Located in the equatorial Africa, Rwanda is a land locked country at the border of the Great Rift Valley on its western Arm. The 26338km2 country is between the two river systems of the Nile and Congo Rivers and a fifth of the country is covered by lakes with Lake Kivu being the major water body. Nicknamed “The Land of a thousand hills”, Rwanda is mountainous with the highest point at 4507m on Mount Karisimbi which is one of the 8 Volcanoes that make the Greater Virunga chain of volcanoes and it is protected in the Volcanoes National park north of the country.
Rwanda is home to over 13million people and one of the most densely populated in Africa. The country has only 2 tribes that speak the same language. It is also home and protector of 4 national parks. In the past few years Rwanda has grown into one of Africa’s luxury destinations and tourists flocking the East African country are mostly looking for a luxury experience.
Exploring Rwanda gives you a package of promises and wonder from rich history, culture, cuisines and nature.