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6 Days Rwanda-Uganda Safaris

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Overview of the 6 Days Rwanda-Uganda Safaris

The 6 Days Gorilla trekking safari in Rwanda & Uganda will get your sense tingling and leave you mesmerized at the sight and interaction with the humongous and gentle Mountain Gorillas both in Rwanda and Uganda. This Safaris takes you to various amazing sites including the resting place mountain Gorilla conservationist, Dian Fossey ( https://gorillafund.org/what-we-do/where-we-work/rwanda/ ). The Safari covers your Transport, pickup, Accommodation and meals. Non-obligatory activities are availed at an additional charge. Enjoy beyond Expectation!

Highlights of the 6 Days Rwanda-Uganda Safaris

  • Day 01 of the 6 Days Rwanda-Uganda Safaris: Arrive at Kigali, capital of Rwanda
  • Day 2 of the 6 Days Rwanda-Uganda Safaris: Gorilla Trekking Rwanda
  • Day 3 of the 6 Days Rwanda-Uganda Safaris: Golden Monkey tracking experience
  • Day 4 of the 6 Days Rwanda-Uganda Safaris: Visit Dian Fossey’s tomb and transfer to Queen Elizabeth in Uganda
  • Day 5: Game drive & Launch Cruise in Uganda
  • Day 6: Departure

Activities of the 6 Days Rwanda-Uganda Safaris

  • Gorilla trekking
  • Golden monkey trekking
  • Game drive
  • Boat Cruise
  • Community encounter

Detailed Itinerary  of the 6 Days Rwanda Culture Tour

Day 1 of the 6 Days Rwanda Culture Tour:  Arrival in Kigali

Upon your arrival, meet the guide and thereafter transfer to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 2 of the 6 Days Rwanda Culture Tour: Kigali City and Kigali Genocide Memorial Center

After breakfast, you will have a guided tour at the Kigali Genocide Memorial Center. The center is the final resting place for more than 250,000 victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. It honors the memory of the more than one million Rwandans killed in 1994 through education and peace-building. You will also visit a couple of other places and later retire to your lodge for dinner and rest.

Day 3 of the 6 Days Rwanda Culture Tour: Transfer to Musanze

After breakfast, your tour will start your day with a visit to Ntarama Church, where mass killings occurred during the dreaded 1994 genocide. The church was the site of the deaths of more than 5,000 people and remains a powerful reminder of the horrifying violence that took place during Rwanda’s infamous genocide. While visiting the church, you’ll also learn more about the efforts to reunite Rwanda’s people following the genocide.
We’ll then proceed to Nyamata Church, where a further 2,500 people were massacred during the genocide. The church is also closely associated with the barbaric treatment of women during the genocide, and you’ll learn more about the incidences of mass rape, brutalization, and even the horrific use of HIV as a weapon of genocide.
You’ll then be taken to the village of Mayange, where a revolutionary project to reconcile the perpetrators and survivors of the 1994 Genocide by having them live side by side is underway. You’ll be taken on a guided tour of the Reconciliation Village, learning about how the healing process between victims and perpetrators is taking place.
You’ll then have lunch with the locals before continuing your tour of the Reconciliation Village with visits to facilities such as the school and health centre, the local plantations, and an art gallery.
After your busy day of discovery, you’ll continue on to Musanze to overnight (FB)

Day 4 of the 6 Days Rwanda Culture Tour: Musanze – Lake Kivu

After an early breakfast, you’ll get to meet the youth of Rwanda and see how they’re being prepared for the future by visiting a local school. You’ll not only get to meet and interact with these children, but you’ll also have the opportunity to teach a class or play games with these smiling kids.
Once your morning with the kids is done, you’ll drive to the world famous Imbabazi Orphanage where Rosamond Halsey Carr and her staff cared for more than 400 Rwandan orphanages. While the orphanage was closed down by the Rwandan government, you can still visit the homestead and roam its grounds as you learn more about the author of ‘Land of a Thousand Hills: My Life in Rwanda’.
You’ll have lunch at the Serena Lake Kivu, and in the afternoon you can pay a visit to a local fishing village as well as a hot springs.
You’ll overnight in Gisenyi, Rwanda’s largest port city which sits on the shores of Lake Kivu. You’ll have the opportunity to both explore the quaint colonial town and (if time allows) even take a dip in the vast freshwater lake’s cool waters.

Day 5 of the 6 Days Rwanda Culture Tour: Visit to the Palace
Have breakfast, and then drive to Nyanza, the historical seat of the ancient Rwandan kings and visit the Palace, then drive to Butare, Rwanda cultural centre and visit the National Museum. Drive to Kigaliand tour the city. Evening experience the cultural performances of the Batwa Pottery Project with an introduction to the life of the first Rwandans, their art of pottery as well as singing, drumming and dancing. Return to lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 6 of the 6 Days Rwanda Culture Tour: Departure
After breakfast, you’ll be driven back to Kigali where you’ll enjoy a complimentary city tour including visits to the Natural History Museum and local craft markets.
You’ll then to be taken to your hotel or the airport dependent on your travel plans.

Inclusions:
• Airport transfers
• Gorilla Permits
• Golden monkey permits
• Game Drive
• Boat cruise
• Park entrance fees
• Accommodation on Full Board
• Guides

Exclusions:
• Alcoholic Drinks
• Air tickets & Visas
• Personal shopping
• Optional activities i.e. Kigali city tour

Note:
An optional activities refers to any other activity not catered for by the itinerary but can be done / availed for your consumption at an extra cost.

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