Fast becoming one of the new trendsetting exotic, off the beaten track destinations in the world, with an aggressive airline expansion strategy, and also a key location for business tourism and conference tourism.
Rwanda is the little cousin of Uganda, in terms of its tourism diversity, but by no mean less interesting or appealing to the high end eco tourist wanting a National Geographic style primate encounter.
Also defined mostly by a quick 3 night/ 4 days in and out visit for those wanted a high end lodge in the Volcanoes National Park region, which is the same area, that offers Gorilla encounters in the neighbouring nation of Uganda
In simple terms, its geared for the 5 star, well travelled, upwardly mobile, active and fit adventure traveller, who can afford a high end sustainable tourism experience.
The focus of course lies mostly with the gorilla encounters, and with permits starting at U$ 1700 per person for a one day gorilla trek into the mountains, its does not come cheap.
The lodges are owned by various regional brands who have opened their doors to the Kosher market, and thus the ability to delivery a good quality Parev Kosher meal, with new pots pans, separation from main non Kosher kitchens, and a host of detailed order lists, to import Hechsher stamped products from South Africa, means we can do it, with advanced notice.
Come and experience the great migration in Kenya or Tanzania. Take an easy hop across to the capital city called Kigali, spend a night here in the cleanest city in the continent. Hop onto an air charter or a long road transfer to the north, for an incredible encounter with gorillas, as well as a host of other smaller primates in the highlands of the Volcanoes National Park in north western Rwanda.