Sunday, November 17, 2019
Kigali City

Kigali rated most attractive city in Eastern Africa

Kigali is the most attractive city in Eastern Africa for the global hospitality industry, according to hospitality industry executives who attended the Fourth Annual...
Akagera Rhinos

Rhinos Return to Rwanda after 10-year absence

Eastern black rhinos are coming back to Rwanda after the last individual was documented in the country 10 years ago – a historic move...
Karisa

Rwanda Introduces Tourism Operating Licenses

The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has officially announced the introduction of a tourism operating license to support the regulation of tourism entities. The law regulating...

RDB targets Indian MICE segment to spur tourism in 2016

Rwanda Development Board’s Tourism and Conservation Department is all set to target Indian MICE business in the New Year. RDB’s Meetings Planners Guide 2016...
Akagera Game Lodge

Tourism Promotion Will Better the Lives of Rwandans, says RDB

The Arsenal Football Club partnership with Visit Rwanda is part of Rwanda’s long-term tourism development and conservation strategy that is grounded in Vision 2050 and EDPRS...

Kigali to host inaugural Africa Health Forum

For the first time, WHO’s Regional Office for Africa (AFRO) is convening a meeting of global leaders and thinkers to explore Africa’s healthcare priorities...

Rwanda Gorilla Family Migrates to Mgahinga of Uganda

Twenty mountain gorillas from the Hirwa family that has been in Rwanda have crossed over to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park of Uganda. According to...
Rwanda Passport

East African Countries to use common passport for global travel

The common passport, which has been in development for five years, is set to replace the respective second-generation passports in a process expected to...

Tourists, Locals flock to Christmas Village Market at Red Rocks

This year's edition of the Christmas Village Market ended in earnest at the Red Rocks Campsite in Nyakinama village, Musanze district – with more...
Rwanda Gorilla

Rwanda Increases Price of Gorilla Permit from $750 to $1,500

The Rwanda Development Board has announced an increase in the price of gorilla permits from $750 to $1,500 for all visitors effective immediately. A...

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