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The infamous COVID-19 has profoundly affected all corners of the economy worldwide. In light with this, the Rwanda Development board (RDB) has decided to aggressively promote on the African continent as well as to the international market by offering more incentives to make travel more affordable. In a document signed by Chief Executive Officer of RDB,  Clare Akamanzi stated that;

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As guest numbers keep adding up after reopening entry points to Rwanda in August 2020,  we are delighted to announce the newest add-on to Rwanda’s tourist menu!  Gishwati-Mukura National Park, which was recently upgraded to a UNESCO biosphere reserve is now open to visitors. The move has added impetus to Rwanda’s ambitions of doubling its annual tourism receipts to $800 million by 2024.

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The month of December is popularly known for Christmas celebrations, a festive season when Jesus was born, and to be specific 25th Dec! At Ziwa Rhino sanctuary however, Christmas came as early as 10th December when a rhino baby child was born.  Uhuru, the proud mum to the new baby gave birth and added to the number of Rhinos at the sanctuary to 33. This is a great achievement and credit goes to Rhino fund Uganda, all partners, funders and general conservation world who have played the leading role in ensuring conservation of Rhinos in the country.

Uganda Contact

+256 (0) 772 657767 or 702 657767
+256 (0) 772 326 430
Office line: +256 (0) 312 108 260

Rwanda Contact

+250 (0) 785 987 981
+250 (0) 787 315 111

USA Contact

Emerging Destinations
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+1 (770) 377-8892