So you've arrived in Kigali and you’re: not sure what to do, can't decide what to do or think that there is not much to do? Kigali is actually filled with interesting experiences and it’s a city that is one of a kind. Its smooth clean streets take you around the groomed grass and flower beds of the city’s centre, or up to the hills through the suburbs where you can see the houses piling up on the slopes. Find out what to do, where to eat, where to shop and where to stay in Rwanda’s amazing capital city.
‘A loud splash woke us up after a good night’s sleep. It took us a moment to remember where we were. Once we unzipped our tent, we caught two small eyes looking straight into ours from about 15 metres away…’ Learn more about our incredible time in Akagera National Park - it was the most affordable and unique safari we’ve had!
Musanze is a city nearest to Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, its other, old name is Ruhengeri - both describe the exact same town.Are you making your way there or considering whether it’s worth visiting? See what we did and where we stayed in Musanze. There are plenty of awesome things to do in the area!
‘The chanting softly echoed through the hills, all the way from the valley up to top of the hill where we stood. We’ve just woken up and gotten out of our tent in search for the source of this beautiful singing…’ Gisenyi is a quaint town in the North of Lake Kivu - with this unique place to stay close to the water and with a chance to learn about the Rwandese way of life, we loved our stay there. Learn more about what happened to us and how you can plan your stay there!