Why Rwanda

Rwanda is located only two degrees south of the equator, it is stands at an elevation of 1,463 m above sea level, usually dubbed the land of a thousand hills its high peak Mt Kalisimbi at 4,507m, Rwanda present sceneries like no other.

In only 26,338 square kilometers, Rwanda provide an experience like no other from lakes and rivers that flow from mountain tops to endless valleys, to Mountain Silver back gorillas and Akagera park where Lions roar to canopying on top of the dense oldest forest of Nyungwe.

Rising from ashes, the country has developed from seeing on of the deadliest genocide the humanity has ever seen which saw loss of more than 1 million Tutsi lives to being one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

This saw the revival of many natural parks and increased efforts in conservation that revealed the hidden beauty.