Rwanda - Travel and Tourism
The low rolling green mountains in the center of the country have lent Rwanda the nickname “land of a thousand hills”.
Only in Rwanda can you combine two awesome activities: gorilla trekking and volcano exploration.
The weather in Rwanda is fairly stable all year long, with the exception of the upper slopes, which tend to be cooler.
American citizens are not required to have visas to enter Rwanda if they are staying for under 90 days.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
Rwanda is a relatively safe country; contrary to popular belief, its crime level is low and the police are notably polite and well-trained in case of any problems.
Kinyrawanda is the official language of Rwanda. While English is prevalent in official settings, French is slowly losing popularity.
The National Museum in Butare contains an important collection for the study of the cultural evolution of the country.