Peacefully nestled along picturesque hilltops, Kigali is a thriving African city immediately notable for its cleanliness, safety, orderliness, and hospitality.

Kigali is a great place to begin or end any Rwanda journey as it’s conveniently located in the geographic center of the country. The city is clean and safe, with extremely welcoming people. Travelers will enjoy exploring the great Adventure and cultural activities – including several award-winning museums, Mount Kigali Hike and Zipline Adventure, a burgeoning music scene, and some of East Africa’s most memorable dining experiences.

The origins of the city’s name, Mt. Kigali rises above 6,000 feet (1,800 meters), offering great views of the city—and extra adventures on the summit. On this outdoor tour, you’ll start your trek up the famous hill from the Nyabarongo wetland, climbing up Kigali, watching for birds, and more. At the top, choose between ziplining, archery, or bungee jumping to round out the adventure.This package offers participants an opportunity of enjoying the view of both sides of Kigali( City view and the Country Side view), on top of the Kigali mountain that holds the city’s name. once on top participants can enjoy different recreational activities (zip-lining, archery, Squad bike, horse riding, etc …….). For us we cover one of listed activities. However, you might feel doing any other extras recreational activities , you are free to do it on your own charge. At the top of the Mountain there are access to a room for washing and toilet facilities. In addition to this, there is a coffee shop & Restaurant accessible to everyone. 

The people of Rwanda embrace peace and reconciliation. They are committed to fight the ideology of genocide. The memorials found throughout the country are moving testimonies in memory of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and the people who lost their lives. Inaugurated on the 10th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, the Kigali Genocide Memorial at Gisozi is where 259,000 victims have been buried. This memorial also serves to educate about how the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi took shape and examines genocide in the 20th century.

Kigali Local Community Tour(Culture, Coffee, Village Walk, Local Food)

Take this opportunity to spend the day with a Rwandan family, learn about, prepare, and enjoy local food.Listen to stories and experience life in a Rwandan village. Among 3 Main Activities you will have to chose some highlights: 1. HOME HOST ACTIVITIES: -Traditional dance and drumming experience -Traditional Cuisine(Preparation and cooking traditional food served on traditional tools like imbehe, inkoko and tasting ) -Local medicinal plants that useful to heal illness. – Village walk, Meeting and interacting with local People. 2. AGRO TOURISM ACTIVITIES:-Banana Beer brewing Experience( From Banana Plantation,Juice making, Fermentation and Beer tasting) -Coffee Preparation experience( From Plantation to the Cup). -Traditional cattle, cows and milking experience. 3. ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES: -Hard and High Or Medium elevation Hiking( Mount Jali Hiking enjoying the land scape view with the Binocular and hiking sticks) -Village walk, Meeting and interacting with local Community. -Camping

Kigali Eco-Tourism Park

Nyandungu Urban Wetland Ecotourism park is a 120 hectares of surface area, Rwandan tourism park located between Gasabo and Kicukiro Districts which allows sustainable travel of people to enjoy natural areas and wild animals in Nyandungu Valley.

A small museum in Kigali City lies at the site of the massacre of 10 Belgian UN Blue Beret. At the onset of Genocide under the command of General Dallaire, they were deployed to guard the house of Prime Minister Agatha Uwilingimana. When the genocide began, Presidential Guard soldiers invaded the home, disarmed the Belgians and transported them to Camp Kigali where they killed them. The ten stone pillars memorialize the ten soldiers killed.

Dr. Richard Kandt was the German explorer who embarked on an exploration of Rwanda in 1897 searching for the source of the Nile. He founded Kigali in 1908 as the centre for administration for German East Africa. In 2008 his historic residence was converted into the Natural History Museum which houses some really interesting information on Rwanda’s flora, fauna, geology and biological history, along with a stuffed skeleton of a massive crocodile that terrorized a village in Lake Muhaze; a pair of shoes was found in its stomach.

Campaign Against Genocide Museum is a museum located in the Parliamentary building, in Kigali just 800 meters behind conventional center road point, and just 4.9km, 9 minutes’ drive from Kanombe Airport. CAG Museum depicts in details how the Campaign Against Genocide Plan was executed by RPF/A following the withdrawal of UN troops leaving the targeted Tutsi under the mercy of the Genocidaires and how only the RPF/A forces who were in the war of liberation took the unilateral decision to stop Genocide, Rescue victims of Genocide and defeat the Genocidal forces. This CAG Museum also has its outer part comprised of monuments including that of the 12.7mm Machine Gun that helped in containing the advancing genocidal forces.