Rwanda Gorillas to boost its Tourism.

Information from the American Journal for Primatology in conjunction with Rwandan Kwita Izina had some adjustments they wanted to put across. One of these included; for one to visit the gorillas there must be a distance of about 7 meters and the tourists were asked to wear face masks to…

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Rwanda History

Rwanda History History The Twa, the aboriginal Pygmy residents, have probably lived in the region for the first millennium of our era. Lately, the inhabitants of Rwanda comprises of the Banyarwanda. “Banyarwanda” is Kinyarwanda for “People of Rwanda”. The Banyarwanda share a common culture, language, along with geographic space. In…

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Rwanda Eco Tourism

Rwanda Gorilla Trekking orn in its present form in the late 1980’s Eco-tourism came ancient in 2002, when the United Nations celebrated the “International year of Eco-tourism”. Actually, it refers to Ecological tourism; where ecological has both environmental as well as social implications. Although it may possibly change in line…

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Rwanda Tourism

Rwanda Tourism Rwanda sits at the hub of Africa. Here, at the center of the Albertine Rift, where deep volcanic forces are pressing the continental plates apart, you will find a world of exquisite beauty as well as unsurpassed biodiversity. Rwanda is the bridge between the forest ecosystems of the…

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Rwanda Trade

Predominantly a country of rural farmers, Rwanda is a country of few natural resources. Over 90% of its population is engaged in agriculture leaving only 10% for the service sector. Coffee and tea top the export list of commodities exported in Rwanda trade. The growth of Rwanda trade has been…

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