Rwanda

Over­com­ing his­toric ad­ver­sity, Rwanda is a coun­try now full of hope and am­bi­tion for the fu­ture, build­ing its econ­omy through an ever-grow­ing tourism in­dus­try and pru­dent in­vest­ments

Rwanda Business Travel Guide - - Front Page - Writer: Phoebe Calver Project Man­ager: Joe Pal­liser

wanda has come a long way since the hor­rific geno­cide that struck the coun­try in 1994, and to­day is recog­nised as a survivor and one of Africa’s most sta­ble na­tions with a bright fu­ture ahead.

Tourism in the coun­try has been a key con­trib­u­tor to re­build­ing its econ­omy, of­fer­ing a mul­ti­tude of in­cred­i­ble ex­plo­rative trips into the moun­tains to get a real taste of Rwanda’s nat­u­ral beauty. Even on the busiest of busi­ness trips, mak­ing time to track moun­tain go­ril­las through the Virungu vol­ca­noes is a sight not to be missed and an in­cred­i­ble ex­pe­ri­ence you will al­ways re­mem­ber.

Over the past few years in par­tic­u­lar, the coun­try has em­braced a new­found op­ti­mism which is help­ing the coun­try look to the fu­ture in­stead of dwelling on the past. With that in mind Rwanda has an abun­dance of sights to en­joy, from the Ak­agera Na­tional Park to Inema Art Cen­ter there will be some­thing for ev­ery­one to en­joy.

Home to a se­lec­tion of large cities, Rwanda’s cap­i­tal, Ki­gali is lo­cated at the cen­tral point of the coun­try and spans sev­eral ridges and val­leys. The per­fect com­bi­na­tion for a busi­ness trip of lus­cious hill­sides and bustling streets, Ki­gali is one of the most beau­ti­ful cap­i­tal cities in Africa as well as the safest and makes for an ex­cep­tional base for you dur­ing your time away from home.

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