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1 Day Rwanda Cultural Tour

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1 Day Rwanda Cultural Tour

i day Rwanda Culture tour

This 1 Day Rwanda cultural Tour will take you to visit the most predominant and well known cultural sites in Rwanda including the famous genocide memorials, the Kigali Traditional Construction Experience.

The culture of Rwanda is uniquely varied. Unlike many other countries in Africa, Rwanda has been a unified state since pre-colonial times, populated by the Banyarwanda people who share a single language and cultural heritage. This 1 Day Short Rwanda Cultural tour gives you an opportunity to have a briefly understand and associate with the cultural setup of Rwanda and the turbulent history of the land of Thousand Hills.

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Best Time to Visit Rwanda

Planning to visit Rwanda for an safari holiday or trip? The best time to visit Rwanda varies according to the seasosn of the year; i.e. between June to Mid-September is the long dry season; October to November is a shorter rainy season and it’s followed by a short dry season from December to February. During both of Rwanda’s dry seasons, there is often light cloud cover. Therefore, one can choose Rwanda at any time of the year depending on the safari expectations and interests.

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Rwanda gorilla permits cost $1500 and Uganda gorilla permits cost $600. These have to be acquired months before your trip to be assured of viewing the mountain gorillas. Read more about booking gorilla permits.

1 day Rwanda culture Safari Overview

This 1 Day Rwanda cultural Tour will take you to visit the most predominant and well known cultural sites in Rwanda including the famous genocide memorials, the Kigali Traditional Construction Experience, Kigali city tour and community walks, as well as an exceptional birding experience in the capital.

The Rwanda culture tour can be tailor-made to suit your varying needs & timing either to start and End in Kigali or directly pick you up from the airport for those with limited time of traveling. For purposes of visiting the different attractions in a day and for this tour, you will take our tour vehicle with an experienced tour guide to the different sites you are interested in visiting while on this Kigali city tour.

Just send us an email indicating where you would like to start the 1 Day Rwanda cultural tour.

1 day Rwanda Culture tour – Detailed Itinerary:

 

Day 1: Depart for our Short Culture Experience and Transfer back to Kigali.

Wake up and have a meal (breakfast) before the start of the Rwanda cultural tour where you will start off your day with a guided tour at the Gisozi (Kigali) Genocide Memorial site as you learn more about the real experience of the 1994 genocide from the storytellers. The Gisozi genocide memorial site is the final resting place where more than 250,000 victims of the Genocide were buried in Rwanda.

On this tour, learn about traditional Rwanda cultural treasures, the unique building techniques and experience rural village life during this flexible-length excursion with a local family. Discover the traditional methods used by Rwandans for brick making and fashioning rope from banana trees.

After enjoying a simple but delicious lunch of cassava and beans you’ll spend the afternoon applying your new skills to build an animal shelter, fence or house. Later on, you will take on a City tour in Kigali, visiting the old town of Nyamirambo, the new handicraft village, the Batwa pottery and dance centre, and the Kimironko fruits.

1 Day Rwanda Culture tour Includes;

Day 1: Depart for our Short Culture Experience and Transfer back to Kigali.

Wake up and have a meal (breakfast) before the start of the Rwanda cultural tour where you will start off your day with a guided tour at the Gisozi (Kigali) Genocide Memorial site as you learn more about the real experience of the 1994 genocide from the storytellers. The Gisozi genocide memorial site is the final resting place where more than 250,000 victims of the Genocide were buried in Rwanda.

On this tour, learn about traditional Rwanda cultural treasures, the unique building techniques and experience rural village life during this flexible-length excursion with a local family. Discover the traditional methods used by Rwandans for brick making and fashioning rope from banana trees.

After enjoying a simple but delicious lunch of cassava and beans you’ll spend the afternoon applying your new skills to build an animal shelter, fence or house. Later on, you will take on a City tour in Kigali, visiting the old town of Nyamirambo, the new handicraft village, the Batwa pottery and dance centre, and the Kimironko fruits.