Rwanda Etiquette and Cultural

Rwanda Etiquette and Cultural

Rwanda is generally a very welcoming country, with warm and relaxed people. Greetings are one area that you might find odd – with personal greetings often polite in nature and extensive. Younger people generally greet older people first, while women greet men first. When…

Rwandan cuisine

Rwandan cuisine

Rwandan cuisine depends very much on traditional Rwandan produce such as plantain, pulses, sweet potatoes, cassava and beans. Meat isn’t generally eaten much more often than a couple of times a month, but in cities such as Kigali, brochettes of goat kebab are served…

Kigali

Kigali

The capital is a surprising place. Almost brought to its knees by genocide just a little more than 20 years ago, and now a thriving metropolis of a million people. To learn about the genocide, pay a visit to the Gisozi Genocide memorial and…

Mount Bisoke Rwanda

Mount Bisoke Rwanda

Mount Bisoke is an active volcano found along the border of D.R.Congo and is walkable in around 5 or 6 hours – though it is quite a trek! However, once you’ve reached the top, you’l be rewarded by magnificent vistas of the surrounding countryside…

Lake Kivu and The Congo Nile Trail

Lake Kivu and The Congo Nile Trail

Walkers will adore the Congo Nile trail that stretches besides the crystal clear waters of Lake Kivu. The trail is an excellent entrance to Rwanda’s unspoiled wilderness, with vast views of the mountains and the waters of the lake. Alternatively you could opt to…

Akagera National Park

Akagera National Park

Akagera National Park is quite simply stunning, with low mountain ranges, hypnotic savannah, dense woodlands and plains filled with wildlife. This is where you’ll see the big five in Rwanda, and though many animals were almost wiped out by uncontrolled poaching during the 90’s,…

Golden Monkeys

Golden Monkeys

Not many people realise that the Gorillas of Volcanoes National Park share their home with perhaps an even rarer breed of primate – the endemic Golden Monkeys – a subspecies of the Sykes Monkey. The monkeys occupy a slightly different locale within the park…

Gorillas in Rwanda

Gorillas in Rwanda

You can see the gorillas in Volcanoes National Park by booking an advance permit, which will grant you an hour of time observing one of the park’s very few gorilla families. You can see gorillas in Uganda and Congo too, but our favourite destination,…

Exploring Uganda

Exploring Uganda

Cuisine Like elsewhere in Africa – Ugandan cuisine is regional in nature – with differences as varied as the land itself. Typical cuisine consists of an interesting mix of traditional and modern Ugandan cooking styles with English, Arab, and Asian influences – with foods…

Cuisine of Zimbabwe

Cuisine of Zimbabwe

Like many African countries, Zimbabweans depend on staple foods such as cornmeal and locally grown meats. However, as Zimbabwe was once a British colony, Zimbabweans have adopted some English habits – from eating all kinds of porridges for breakfast to sandwiches for lunch, and…

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