Departure & Return Location
The tour start and ends at the clients’ hotel, or any pick-up location.
- Ground transport
- Service of an English-speaking driver guide
- Kigali city tour
- Kigali Genocide memorial
- All mentioned activities except for the optional ones
- Airfares & Rwanda Visa
- Luxury drinks/Alcoholic drinks
- Tips to local guides
- Personal insurance and shopping
- Karisoke research center tour
- Gorilla trekking
- Gift shops
Visit Belgian memorial
The 10 stone columns you find here mark the spot where 10 Belgian UN peacekeepers were murdered on the first day of the genocide. Originally deployed to protect the home of moderate Prime Minister Agathe Uwilingiyimana, the soldiers were captured, disarmed and brought here by the Presidential Guard before being killed. Each stone column represents one of the soldiers and the horizontal cuts in it represent the soldier’s age.
The bullet-sprayed building in which the soldiers died now houses a small exhibition on the genocide.
Visit Kigali Genocide memorial and Archive center:
The biggest memorial center in the country, serves as an education center but also a burial place for approximately two hundred fifty nine Victims of the genocide, it teaches how the genocide was planned, executed and its consequences. Afterward we will also visit the Archive center at memorial which serves as a research center; you find more information as well as many tools that were used in the genocide.
Visit the dancing pot
This place is not about the genocide but instead a pottery, this will help relaxing a bit as the whole after noon will be talking about the genocide clients experiences here how the pottery is done and how it is developing the Batwa (Indigents) lives. After we will have a lunch.
Ntarama Genocide memorial visit
Ntarama is one of six biggest genocide memorial sites in Rwanda. 5,000 people were killed here in a Catholic church.
Nyamata church visit
Nyamata church has been maintained well since 1994, complete with visible bullet holes and piles and piles of clothing taken from the bodies of those who perished while seeking refuge inside the sanctuary. We will learn more about this site which is located in few kilometers from Kigali.
Visit of the Testimonies
Here comes a unique center for reconciliation, you hear about testimonies of genocide survivors living with Forgiven Genocide criminals.
Students experiencing how to sew peace baskets
As client have spent time learning about the Genocide; we take this time as a fun time to learn how to make peace basket as part of relaxation, but it’s a project of reconciliation, in African culture when people sit down doing a same work, it is considered as a sign of understanding each other, forgiving each other etc..