Those who come for the first time to the colorful Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda, are amazed by the clean streets; this is a matter of pride across every community throughout the country. The city is pleasantly low key but at the same time dynamic and progressive, with just over one million inhabitants.
Kigali wide tree-lined boulevards and immaculate squares are well known for safety to anyone wanting to stroll; here outsiders greeted with warm hospitality. With varieties of choices in restaurants, bars bar to hang out with friendly faces; many art places and dancers environment, you might as well plan to stay much longer than anticipated.
Though Rwanda’s connection to the Lake Kivu is more in the province sides, Kigali has its own varieties of lakes as well; places like Nyarutarama Lake, or Lover’s Lake borders an 18-hole golf course in one of the main valleys. For lover of nature, and morning or evening walks, the track around the lake is remarkably peaceful and makes for an excellent urban nature walk, and if you are a good observer, you might encounter the chance to see some of Rwanda’s incredible birds.
As a guest of Empathy Manor, you will also hear suggestion to visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial, which, through education and peace-building, honours the memory of the more than one million Rwandans killed in 1994. The three permanent exhibitions and burial gardens form part of a meaningful tribute to those who perished, and provide a powerful educational tool for visitors.
These days as Rwanda is opening its door again to the world, Empathy Manor is giving a special offer to all the guests wishing to stay with them for a long period of time, whereby when a guest stay with them for seven day the B&B offers them a free night.
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