Reconciliation Initiatives

Rwanda is known for its efforts in post-genocide reconciliation and has implemented various initiatives aimed at healing wounds, promoting unity, and fostering forgiveness among its population. Rwanda’s commitment to reconciliation and peacebuilding is reflected in its broader efforts to build a more inclusive, resilient, and harmonious society. One notable example is the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village […]

Nyanza King’s Palace

The Nyanza King’s Palace Museum, also known as Urukali Palace Museum, is located in Nyanza district, in the southern province of Rwanda. It is a cultural heritage site that offers visitors a glimpse into Rwanda’s pre-colonial history and traditional monarchy. The King’s Palace was the royal residence of the Rwandan monarchy before the country transitioned […]

Nyamirambo Women Center

Nyamirambo Women’s Center is a community-based organization located in the vibrant Nyamirambo neighborhood of Kigali, Rwanda. Founded in 2007 by a group of local women, the center aims to empower women through education, vocational training, and economic opportunities. Community Engagement & Social Impact Nyamirambo Women’s Center actively engages with the local community through outreach programs, […]

Ingoma Nshya

Ingoma Nshya, also known as the « New Drum » in Kinyarwanda, is a women’s drumming troupe and social enterprise based in Rwanda. It was founded in 2004 by women who were seeking to challenge traditional gender roles and promote reconciliation and healing in the aftermath of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. Ingoma Nshya represents a […]

Ibyiwacu Cultural Village

Ibyiwacu Cultural Village is a renowned cultural center located in the Northern Province of Rwanda, near Volcanoes National Park. It offers an enriching, authentic cultural and immersive experience of traditional Rwandan culture to visitors interested in learning about traditional Rwandan life; showcasing various aspects of the country’s heritage, customs, and lifestyle. Cultural Performances At Ibyiwacu […]

Home Grown Solutions

Umuganda Umuganda, which means « coming together in common purpose » in Kinyarwanda, is a monthly community service day observed across Rwanda. On Umuganda Day, citizens participate in various community development activities such as cleaning public spaces, building infrastructure, and participating in environmental conservation efforts. Umuganda promotes social cohesion, civic engagement, and collective responsibility for national development. […]

Ethnographic Museum

Ethnographic Museum Ethnographic Museum, also known as the National Museum of Rwanda, is located in the southern Rwandan city of Huye (formerly known as Butare). It is one of the country’s most significant cultural institutions, dedicated to preserving and showcasing Rwanda’s rich cultural heritage, traditions, and history. The museum was established in 1989 to preserve […]


Bigogwe is a village located in the Rubavu District of RwandaWhile Bigogwe itself may not be a tourist destination in the traditional sense, the surrounding area offers natural beauty, cultural attractions, and opportunities for outdoor activities. Take the opportunity to immerse yourself in Rwandan culture by visiting nearby villages, interacting with local people, and experiencing […]

Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National Park is one of the most iconic and renowned national parks in Rwanda, located in the northwestern part of the country. It is part of the larger Virunga Massif, a transboundary conservation area that includes parts of Rwanda, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Mountain Gorilla Trekking One of the main attractions […]

Nyungwe National Park

Nyungwe Forest National Park is a spectacular protected area located in the southwestern part of Rwanda, bordering Burundi to the south and Lake Kivu and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west. Covering an area of approximately 1,020 square kilometers, Nyungwe Forest is one of the oldest and most biologically diverse rainforests in […]