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Indian Tourists and Investors Wooed to Visit Rwanda – Rwanda Safari News

The destination Rwanda is one of the prominent tourist centers in the region considering her diversity of attractions ranging from the critically endangered mountain gorillas that form the interest for gorilla trekking safaris in Rwanda to remarkable culture, wildlife in Akagera and Nyungwe with its thirteen primate species among other features.

Of recent, Rwanda hosted a seminar in India under the arrangement of Rwanda Development Board and the Rwanda’s High Commission in India attracting a count of ninety (90) travel agents in and a range of potential investors from the country’s capital Delhi and the neighboring areas to enable them gain an insight of what Rwanda has got to offer to those theta undertake safaris in Rwanda

The Rwanda’s economic transformation in the last decade was brought to light indicating the country’s position as one of the fastest growing economies on the continent of Africa with safe political atmosphere, policies that are friendly to the investors and no room for corruption.

Kabakeza went ahead to highlight the Rwanda’s interest in tapping the tourism market of India and invigorate the Indians to plan safaris to Rwanda.

The second counselor at Rwanda’s High Commission in India Mucyo Rutishisha noted a range of Rwanda safari products that can be of interest to the Indian travellers including hiking, cultural tours, the Rwanda gorilla safaris, sightseeing, bird watching among other products

Rwanda is known to among the three countries in the world that have got mountain gorilla populations. Its north western park of Volcanoes has up to ten (10) gorilla families that are habituated thus ready for trekking.

Hiking the slopes of the Volcanoes traversing the dense vegetation in search of these great Apes and the eventual direct session with them combine to generate remarkable Rwanda safari memory.

The country’s capital Kigali is worldly re-known for its cleanliness and a great deal of hospitable people and rich historical museums that make their visit worth it.

The Gisozi genocide Museum and the Rwanda National Institute of Museums in Butare combine to bring out the Rwanda’s past in detail.

It can be noted that the Indians came in second position in terms of people that visited Rwanda in the year 2014.

The Sales Manager of Kenyan Airways Roheena Gidwani who was also in attendance noted that the carrier will be committed to offering competitive flight fares between Kigali and Delhi.

The networking session came to an end with a remarkable traditional Kinyarwada performance that left the Indian Agents in a state of bewilderment and thus with the urge to undertake a safari in Rwanda to explore this remarkable country.

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