Kigali City is the capital of Rwanda found in its center a country and commonly known for being clean, beautiful, with well-maintained streets as compared to most cities in Africa.
The city of Kigali is the capital of Rwanda and it is located at Rwanda’s geographical heart. The City of Kigali has rapidly grown into a modern city in the last decade and it has not only become Rwanda’s most important business center but also the main port of entry.
The city of Kigali which started in 1907 is one of the safest and friendliest of African capitals. It is blessed with a moderate-high altitude climate that belies its tropical location and is conveniently located within three hours’ drive of the main tourist sites. The Rwandan capital provides both a comfortable and welcoming introduction to this land of a thousand hills and an ideal springboard from which to explore this magical country.
The city of Kigali is made up of three districts namely Gasabo, Kicukiro and Nyarugenge. It is presently inhabited by approximately 1.2 million inhabitants. Kigali is 70% rural with a population that is relatively young- the youth make up about 60% and women make slightly more 50%.
Experience Kigali City tour Kigali is a thriving city immediately notable for its cleanliness, orderliness, and good hospitality. It offers tourists some of the best tour experiences on the African continent. Kigali Sightseeing Bus elevates the experience to a new level by giving tourists the opportunity to see the very best of tourist attractions. Our luxury double-decker open roof buses offer incredible views of the beautiful City of Kigali. We visit over 60 historical and contemporary sites aboard our luxurious double-decker buses. Our tour guides explain the sites and provide a lot of information.
Visit Kigali Genocide Memorial The Kigali Genocide Memorial is located in Gisozi, ten minutes drive from the centre of town. The easiest way to reach the memorial is by car or taxi. The Kigali Genocide Memorial is a guided experience. Visitors can choose to be guided by one of the staff witnesses or purchase the KGM digital guide which provides an audio-visual tour of the memorial.