Rwanda is a landlocked nation that has land boundaries with four other nations: Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, and Burundi. Kinyarwanda is the main language spoken; English and French are the official language. . It is the most densely inhabited country on the African continent. The majority of people are Christians, while only a small percentage is Muslims. The largest ethnic groups are Hutu (85-90%), Tutsi (10-15%), and Twa (1%).Over 90% of individuals live in rural areas and engage in subsistence agriculture. Social classes, metropolitan environments, and rural settings all have quite different standards of living. Most Rwandans lack access to indoor plumbing, electricity, and running water.

Rwandan culture is incredibly diverse, with many different ethnic groups, each with distinctive characteristics that you may learn about on a cultural site trip. While in Rwanda, you have the option of seeing a variety of cultural attractions. These cultural attractions have traditional dancers, traditional foods, and traditional setup settings, making them both educational and enjoyable. A cultural trip in Rwanda includes participating in local dances, learning some local hymns and songs, sipping local beer, seeing how it’s made, and eating some of the food that’s been produced there.

Tour highlights

  • Kigali city tour and Ethnographic museum visit
  • Transfer to Nyanza King’s palace and transfer to Musanze
  • Visit Iby’iwachu cultural and Departure for Kigali

    Price Includes:

  • Transportation in a safari vehicle
  • Service of English speaking driver guide
  • Accommodation as indicated in the itinerary
  • Meals as planned as per itinerary
  • Cultural sites visits
  • Pick up and drop off
  • Bottled water

    Price Excludes:

  • Flights
  • Visa fees
  • Extra visits and items not mentioned in the itinerary

Itinary in details

On this day, you will be greeted by your driving guide, who will also brief you on your safari before taking you to your first stop, the Kigali Genocide Memorial Grounds. The Kigali Genocide Memorial Ground serves as a monument to the atrocities that took place in Rwanda in 1994. This genocide was started by the civil conflict in Rwanda, which resulted in the bombing of the president who was in power at the time, among other atrocities. The Kigali Genocide Memorial was established to preserve the memories of the victims of the atrocity and to demonstrate Rwanda’s progress since that time.

You will eat lunch in Kigali before visiting the ethnographic museum. Only one kilometer separates the popular cultural destination known as the Ethnographic Museum from Kigali city. This cultural site, which is in the town of Butare, provides information on the people and culture of Rwanda. This museum was made open to the public in 1989, and visitors can take a tour of its 7 exhibition halls, each of which has items on display, including cultural treasures, royal regalia, works of art, and an entertainment area.

After eating breakfast at your accommodation, you’ll leave to visit the Nyanza King’s Palace. It takes 25 minutes to get there by car from Butare. The Nyanza King’s Palace provides insight into the past kings of Rwanda, and you can view some of the royal regalia, including spears, shields, a drum, a crown, and other valuable items that the previous kings utilized. Enjoy being crowned as the King or Queen of Rwanda, and keep the images as mementos. You can also enjoy seeing the renowned long-horned cattle at this location, which is unusual because their population is declining in the area. Following your tour to the King’s Palace, you’ll drive back to Kigali for lunch before continuing on to Musanze, where you’ll arrive in the late afternoon to check into your hotel for dinner and night stay.

You will be served breakfast at your accommodation this morning before leaving for your visit to the Iby’iwachu cultural center. The Iby’iwachu cultural center is among the top cultural attractions in Rwanda and gives visitors the chance to “become Rwandan.” Because the Iby’iwachu Cultural Center is run by ex-poachers, it is a great site to visit. You can participate in a variety of events at the Iby’iwachu Cultural Center, such as learning and dancing the traditional Rwandan dance performed by the Intore dance group. If you’re curious, you can also enroll in a traditional culinary course, discover how bananas are used to make the local brew, try your hand at milking a cow, and learn how milk products like ghee are produced. Following the visit, you will travel back to Musanze Town for lunch before being transferred to the airport to catch your flight back or to your hotel.

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