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
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.