Kigali, while not yet Nairobi, Dar es Salaam, or Kampala, is still slowly becoming an East African capital to reckon with.
Formerly known as Butare, Huye is the second most important city in Rwanda and commonly known as the cultural hub of this tiny East African country.
In 1934, when Akagera savanna was turned into a national park, lions, rhinoceros together with other big animals, were roaming in the low altitude part of eastern Rwanda. The savanna landscape, whose name came from Akagera River considered the remotest source of Nile River, is 2,700 square kilometers long.
With so many natural wonders in Rwanda, it’s impossible not to enjoy an adventurous and exciting vacation you’ve always wanted. Rwanda, renowned as ‘land of thousand hills’ is an impeccably beautiful country; characterized by fascinating Savannah, undulating hills and deep valleys, abundant wildlife, and natural aesthetics. Its capital city, Kigali is picturesque with many sights and delights.
It is an African country whose name will always be tinged with tragedy – but which is also known as a fabulous destination for wildlife and adventure. Better still, as of now, Rwanda is more accessible from the UK than ever before. Reasons to go? Try these 10
How much do we know about Nyanza ya Butare? Well, it's not too late. Come walk along with me the paths of Rwanda’s cultural hub - Nyanza - formerly referred to as Nyabisindu, a colonial name.
The origins of Kigali as the Rwandan capital can be traced back to 1907. When the country gained its independence on July 1, 1962, the capital was like a small village when compared to what it is today.
When foreigners come to Rwanda, they get into this habit of compiling and then recommending fun and memorable things to do while in Kigali