Rwanda Tourism Industry Eyes Asia Market

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January 8, 2018
Rwanda Tourism Industry Eyes Asia Market

Rwanda Development Board (RDB) for the first time attended the Asia’s leading ITB travel trade in Singapore from 25th to 27th October 2017 aimed at promoting tourism and wildlife conservation in Rwanda. The trade show was held at Marina Bay sanda convention Centre in Singapore and Messe Berlin was the organizer. The recent trade show…

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How Rwanda Aims to Be a Smart Nation

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January 2, 2018
How Rwanda Aims to Be a Smart Nation

Regardless of Rwanda’s no access to minerals as a source of income, the country has opted for wide investment in science and information technology to cover up its gap in the trade deficit. While attending the nations address at the 15th annual national dialogue, HE Paul Kagame the president of Rwanda realized the need for…

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Mountain Gorilla Habituation Experience In Bwindi

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November 18, 2017
Mountain Gorilla Habituation Experience In Bwindi

Do you want to spend more time with mountain gorillas? Take part in the exceptional gorilla habituation experience done only in Rushaga sector of Bwindi forest national park. Much as many people cherish the 1-hour of gorilla trekking, gorilla habituation experience is much more than being with gorillas but rather a half-day of interaction with…

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Weather in Rwanda

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November 13, 2017
Weather in Rwanda

Rwanda weather is one of the key factors which draw thousands of travelers to the land of a thousand hills. As soon as travelers step into Rwanda, a fresh and pleasant feeling of a conducive weather awaits. The warmth and coldness of Rwanda is determined by variations in elevation. Areas with low elevation such as…

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Rwanda’s Gorilla Habitat shrinking as Gorilla Number Grow

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September 23, 2017
Rwanda’s Gorilla Habitat shrinking as Gorilla Number Grow

In nearly 50 years down the conservation road initiated by American primatologist Dian Fossey in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, the mountain gorilla species which where at the brink of extinction, today have seen the numbers doubling from just about 240 gorillas a figure got from a census conducted around the time of Dian Fossey to…

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