Known as Le Pays des Mille Collines or the Land of a Thousand Hills, Rwanda is a small and unique gem in the heart of Africa, with its seemingly never-ending breathtaking mountains. The spectacular Volcanoes National Park, this magnificent mountain range is home of the endangered mountain gorilla and a rich mosaic of montane ecosystems, which embrace evergreen and bamboo forest, open grassland, swamp and heath. While the shores of Lake Kivu offer some of the best inland beaches in Africa. And no visit would be complete without a few nights in Kigali the capital city, which is pleasantly low key yet dynamic and progressive. It's green, clean and safe with meaningful culture and remarkable drive.
Yes, Rwanda still conjures terrible images in many people’s minds, however, the nation has come along way since it’s troubled history and has learnt many things from the mistakes of the past. Since then Rwanda has embraced a promising and dynamic future. The nation is once again stable, with tourism a major key contributor to its economic future. All visitors to Rwanda will feel safe and made to feel at home with its friendly and warm people.