Kigali, 18 December 2018 Safety and security are the hallmark of the Rwandan tourism experience, and will continue to be our highest priority. Thousands of guests have visited Rwanda's Nyungwe National Park over the past 14 years without incident. Tourism services continue to operate normally in Nyungwe and all other national parks ...
December 18, 2018Maurice Twahirwa
RDB (Rwanda Development Board) yesterday gave 7 local 15 year olds, who were accompanied by their guardians, a unique gorilla trekking experience in Volcanoes National Park as part of its efforts to instill a culture of conservation in Rwandan youth. Selected through a competition that was announced by RDB during this ...
December 3, 2018Maurice Twahirwa
Kigali, Rwanda – Today, Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma witnessed the signing of three Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) between the Rwandan Government and Alibaba establishing an eWTP (electronic world trade platform) hub in Rwanda. The agreements are intended to strengthen cooperation in support of ...
October 31, 2018Maurice Twahirwa
When the change in gorilla permit fees was announced on 6, May 2017, RDB stated that tourists who, in addition to gorilla trekking, also visited either Nyungwe National Park and Akagera National Park for a minimum of three days during the low season(November-May) would receive a discount of 30%. This ...
September 29, 2018Maurice Twahirwa
The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) today launched the Visit Rwanda-Arsenal Football Club partnership during the opening fixture of Arsenal’s English Premier League season at the Emirates Stadium. Participating at the launch was Clare Akamanzi, CEO of RDB, Yamina Karitanyi, High Commissioner for Rwanda to the United Kingdom and special guests ...
August 13, 2018Maurice Twahirwa