In exploring the Rwanda cultural heritage and values, a visit to Batwa community in Ruhengeri province in the northern part of Rwanda, Omwami’s Palace in Nyanza, the Rugarama hot springs, the genocide memorial centres offer a memorable safari of a lifetime, as it exhibites the remains of the 1994 genocide victims so pay your last tribute to the graves where they were burried, there are so many genocide memorial sites situiated almost in every district.
Day 1: Airport pick-up
Upon your arrival, meet our tour guide for a transfer to the hotel for your dinner and an overnight.
Day 2: Kigali city tour
Enjoy a visit to the Kandt’s Natural History Musuem, dancing pots workshop at Kiyovu and later Gisozi genocide memorial site.
Day 3: Visit the Batwa (Pygmies)
A traditional dance will be organized for you on this day by the Batwa (Pygmies). Visit the local brick makers. Overnight stay atMt Gorilla View Lodge / Chimp Nest Lodge.
Day 3: Visit the twin Lakes – Ruhondo and Burera
Enjoy your morning breakfast and later transfer to the twin lakes, Rubondo and Bulera. Interact with the fishermen, if you are interested in activity; go fishing in the local canoes. Later visit the traditional witch doctor called the “Snake man”. Proceed to the convent “Foyer de Charité”.
4: Transfer to Lake Kivu
This morning traverse the scenic mountains, with en route lunch at Hotel Bethanie. Relax at the sandy beach on Lake Kivu or just undertake a boat cruise to the coffee island. Overnight stay at Lake Kivu Serena /Paladise Malahide
Day 5: Transfer to the King’s Palace in Nyanza
After attending a traditional dance by the Batwa community, proceed to Nyanza, the historical seat of the ancient Rwandan kings. Proceed to the Rwanda’s cultural centre – Butare, and the National Museum. Overnight stay at Nyungwe Safari Lodge

Day 6: Return to Kigali for your departure
Along the way visit Mirambi genocide memorial site.