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|1||Arrival at Kigali Airport –Transfer to Hotel in Kigali||D||Hotel des Mille Collines (Poolside room)|
|2||Kigali – nyamata ch+, genocide centre in Gisozi||B-L-D||Hotel des Mille Collines (Poolside room)|
|3||Downtown Kigali, presidential palace museum, kigali cultural centre-Departure||B-L|
Meal Plan B: Breakfast / L: Lunch / D: Dinner
On arrival at kigali International Airport, you will meet our company representative who will warmly welcome and transfer you to your Hotel in Kigali city.
DAY 2: KIGALI CITY TOUR
Today, after enjoying an early breakfast you will set out to visit the following places;
For an authentic glimpse into the events that took place during the Rwandan genocide in 1994, the Nyamata Church is a sobering reminder of what happened. With piles of decaying clothing and blood stains still on the walls, this location has remained mostly unchanged since 1994. It was at this location were over 5000 people were killed.
Hotel Des Mille Collines (Hotel Rwanda):
This is probably the most well known site in Rwanda these days…thanks to Hollywood filmmakers. It’s where the movie “Hotel Rwanda” took place. Despite it’s appearance in the movie, these days it’s an upscale hotel and restaurant….and a little pricey. Although even if you don’t end up staying here, it’s easy enough to stop by for a drink or some grub.
A powerful look into one of the centuries’ most brutal genocides, the Kigali Genocide Memorial Center will not be soon forgotten. Emotions will be compounded by the fact that you’ll be viewing these horrors right next to the people who actually suffered through them. They’re not only mourning the tragedies of humanity, but of their closest relatives.
Later in the evening you will return to relax and have supper then head out to enjoy the Kigali night life in one or two local clubs.
DAY 03: DEPARTURE
After breakfast you will check out of your hotel and enjoy the following activities as you wind up your trip;
Aside from a handful of bars, restaurants and shops there’s not a lot to do in downtown Kigali. But chances are your hotel will be somewhere close by, so a visit is worth a bit of your time. If nothing else, it’s a good chance to see the new Rwandan “business class” that has emerged since the genocide…or just grab a drink or two.
It was at this site where the death of the former Prime Minister sparked the Rwandan genocide in 1994 after his plane crashed at the compound. There may not be a ton to see here but the museum will let you visit all the “secret passageways” inside and you can still see the remains of the plane crash.
Kigali cultural centre
This will be a chance for you to learn about the indigenous cultures of the Rwandese people.
Later you will have a late lunch and be dropped off at the Kigali international airport in time for your flight back home.
We have got Comfortable 4WD vehicles that are specifically designed with large windows, comfortable seats, and large open roof so that you don’t miss that special moment on your safari. Our Land Cruisers offer seats for 5-6 people to ensure that everybody has a window seat and that luggage can be stored well. Besides the Land Cruisers, we also own several 4WD minibuses which take up 20 people to cater for those groups that would like to travel together and not in separate small vehicles.
– Back up vehicle
– Mountain bikes
We know the guide is the key to a great safari. we also have a team of highly Qualified and professional in house tour guides that speak fluent English, French, Spanish and Germany. They have an extensive knowledge of the country, its culture,flora and fauna. They know the hidden places of unparalleled beauty. Above all, they are sensitive to your needs and will take care of you meticulously. You will notice that within a short period of time, they will not only be your guide but have become
Uganda has a wide range of standards when it comes to places to stay – from five star hotels and first class luxury lodges to rustic bush camps and guesthouses. We carefully select the most suitable accommodations for your itinerary, based on location, facilities, atmosphere and personal touch. But no matter how different in style and location these accommodations might be, they all have one thing in common: a genuine warm and hospitable welcome that a visitor to Uganda is entitled to experience!
So it is important for the client let us know the category of accommodation they wish to stay in.
EXTENSION: GISENYI/LAKE KIVU
Day 8: KINIGI – GISENYI/LAKE KIVU
Breakfast and transfer to Gisenyi/Lake Kivu. Check in and in the afternoon you will enjoy a boat cruise on Lake Kuvu to some of the interesting areas around the lake. Return to the hotel for an overnight.
Dinner and overnight at Hotel Gorillas Lake Kivu (B/L/D)
Day 9: GISENYI – KIGALI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DEPARTURE)
Breakfast and transfer to Kigali International Airport for your departure flight (about 3- 4 hours’ drive; aprox. 187 km). We recommend departure flights after 13:00hrs to avoid inconveniences. (B/-/-)