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Hubs for Your Kids While Visiting Kigali Rwanda

Posted on 26 November 2018 by (0)

Rwanda is a fabulous destination for wildlife and adventure. Although its name will always be a reminder of the genocide tragedy during the 1994 civil war, Rwanda has risen from the ashes and is standing tall as its current president. The infrastructure and life expectancy are improving by the day. From the year 2000, average life expectancy has risen from 47 to 60 years in Rwanda.

Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda, is literally the heart of the country, being right at the centre. The clean, lively, tidy and elevated city sprawls across many hills, lush valleys and ridges and its vibrant restaurants are a sight to behold at night.

With the crime levels low, Rwanda is relatively safe to come and explore with reasonable confidence, so long you don’t penetrate too deep on the borders with Burundi and DRC. You can drink its water and eat its food without fear of typhoid or cholera. The same cannot be said about some countries around it.

It is easy to get into Rwanda; no much paperwork while applying for a visa. All you need is your passport and $30. Furthermore, the immigration officials accept MasterCard and Visa transactions, so no inconvenience if you didn’t exchange money before the trip.

Maybe you are traveling for corporate purposes, holiday or meetings and you plan to bring your children along. If you are traveling with your kids, it is even better for most fun hubs in Rwanda are catered for the whole family.

The following retreats will be perfect retreats for you and your kids:

Volcanoes National Park

Rwanda is partly famous for its mountain gorillas, which are many at the Volcanoes National Park. Most people travel to Rwanda to trek with the endangered mountain gorillas. Your kids will love this experience. If you believe in evolution, a walk with gorillas is a walk with your real brothers.

Akagera National Park

At Akagera National Park, your family will get an opportunity to pitch a tent and camp in the fenced section. If you don’t bring your own tent, you can rent one. You also get firewood and freshwater. Seated by the fire under the star-lit night, your kids will be thrilled by the sounds of zebras, buffaloes, lions, giraffes and many surrounding the camp. Then you can sleep under the stars.

The Go Kigali City Bus Tour

You can take your kids on a full-day bus tour of Kigali to experience the city’s incredible heritage. From a place where your kids can ride on a water taxi, the trip goes as far as Mount Kigali from where you can view down on the vibrant city and the beautiful countryside. There are stops also at various eateries where your


You should visit Rwanda in the dry season, which is between June and September. But you can also visit in the wet season when the landscape assumes a gorgeous landscape whose view will stun you. With the improving infrastructure, you can easily explore the many reserves across the country dedicated to the conservation of wildlife