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Kigali City is the capital city of Rwanda, located roughly in the center of Rwanda. It sprawls across numerous hills, ridges and valleys, and has a vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene. The Kigali Genocide Memorial documents the 1994 mass killings in Rwanda, associated with the country’s civil war. Explore Caplaki Crafts Village stalls selling traditional handicrafts, including woodcarvings and woven baskets. Here is what you might experience on a Kigali City Tour.

Kigali City Tour

Kigali Day Tour

The Kigali City Tour begins with a visit to the Genocide Memorial Centre. This can be a very emotional exhibition portraying a very intense terrifying event in Rwandan history and for anyone visiting Rwanda, understanding this context is critical, because it is still recent, still touches everyone’s lives personally. You will proceed to the Nyamata Church another heart breaking Church about the genocide.

Break off for lunch visit another genocide memorial, Ntarama Catholic Church where 5,000 people killed. See the Children’s Sunday School where kids were thrown or smashed against the wall. The stairs down leads to the remains. The Catholic Church is full of coffins and remains

End the emotional Kigali Day tour with a visit to the Inema Art Galley. This is a cute Local Art Gallery with all young local artists. Beautiful Art, Chili and wind down in a small cafe where you can sit and have a delicious Africa coffee. Meal plan Lunch.

End of the Kigali City Tour.

Kigali City Tour will include:

-Private safari 4wd fuelled safari vehicle.
-Services of English speaking driver/guide.
-Visit to the Genocide Memorial Kigali.
-Visit Nyamata Church.
-Visit the Ntarama Church.
-Visit Inema Art Gallery.
-Lunch for the day in Kigali.

Excludes: – Tips to local guides, Porterage, Personal insurance cover, Soft or alcoholic drinks, Items of a personal nature, any meals not indicated above, any tours not mentioned in the itinerary.

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