8 days cultural and project tours

8 Days | Kigali, Rwanda
Mores than pictures

Description –This tour offer several activities that target the local
community towards sustainable development. We believe responsible
tourism has the power to uplift the living standards of the vulnerable
local Community, many of them suffering from debilitating poverty.

Day 1: Arrival Kigali airport , meet our representative , road transfer to Musanze, on
arrival proceed to Red Rocks for overnight.

Overnight: Red Rocks

Day 2: Spend the morning hours on a gentle river in the lush
countryside, near the gorillas, canoeing amongst the hills of Rwanda.
Discover a special way of travel; soak up impressive views, watch
Abundant birdlife, float past rural communities and find excitement on
the river. Return to Red Rocks for lunch, thereafter afternoon hours -
be introduced to the traditional way of making the banana beer.
Overnight: Red Rocks

Day 3: After breakfast visit Red Rocks initiatives for the promotion
of descend work and economic growth, we support an association of
local artists to produce and sell attractive art pieces to tourists.
The art pieces also have the message on conservation. Talented youth
have the opportunity to profit from their artistic skills. Have lunch
at Red Rocks afternoon our Football team for Conservation .We help the
children to develop their sport’s skills at the early age. Through
this, they can be able to profit from their talents in future. Apart
from buying them playing kits and promoting them when taking part in
local tournaments, we also teach them about other aspects of life like
conservation and life responsibilities. We have a team of coaches who
give them holistic approach to life.

Overnight : Red Rocks

Day 4: After breakfast join bee keeping association to their bee hives
that they place in swamps forest areas rich in certain types of
plants. Traditionally honey was used to cure several local diseases,
you will be introduced to herbs and plants that help cure different
ailments. Return to Red Rocks for lunch thereafter during afternoon
hours join local women association for handicraft lessons. Learn how
to make a decorative basket (AGASEKE), a precious feminine gift that
has connotations of beauty and love.

Overnight: Red Rocks

Day 5: After breakfast involve in an agricultural tour – become part
of a village family by visiting their gardens, cutting grass for farm
animals and be introduced to traditional methods of farming for an
agricultural activity .While in the fields get involved in the
conservation program, help the villagers to plant trees to restore the
environment, be part of the conservation programs.

Overnight: Red Rocks

Day 6: Enjoy biking in the village seeing beautiful sceneries and talk
to the villagers in their daily routines. You may decide to bike
towards the main town where you can stop for any bargains before
heading back to red rocks. In the evening home stay, this gives you an
opportunity to stay overnight with friendly Rwandan families, eat
local food (help to prepare it), see how the local live through every
day and listen to the evening stories.

Overnight: Homestay

Day 7: After breakfast start the hike from Red Rocks through
cultivated lands and lead you to a school on top of Rugarika hill, you
will be welcomed by students during their break-time, have short
interaction with the kids before they enter into their classes. Return
back to Red Rocks  have lunch, afterwards join locals for heritage and
cultural tour – a unique platform to understand the inside way of
Rwandese culture and historical norms. Listen to different stories
from various individuals in the society and share anticipations of a
better future and learn important things of a nation which is
transforming together.

Overnight: Red Rocks

Day 8:After breakfast drive to the two compellingly twin lakes Bulera
and Ruhondo, located just adjacent of the volcanoes. Take a boat to
explore the breathtaking scenery or even join fishermen with their
local canoes on the lake. You will visit one of the communities living
in an Island and the highest point to have some good photos of the
volcanoes especially during a clear day. Afterwards drive to Red Rocks
for lunch, local traditional dancers will be there to entertain and
bid farewell to guests. Later in the evening drive back to Kigali.

Useful informations


Minimun of 2 participants is required
Available Languages
Moderate: Partial refund if cancellation is within 5 days of booking

Good to know

Flights not included

Meeting Point

Kigali International airport

Upcoming Availibilities

27 Feb 2024 - 09:00  |  06 Mar 2024 - 09:00
$1,480.00 per person · 10 spots left
28 Feb 2024 - 09:00  |  07 Mar 2024 - 09:00
$1,480.00 per person · 10 spots left
29 Feb 2024 - 09:00  |  08 Mar 2024 - 09:00
$1,480.00 per person · 10 spots left
01 Mar 2024 - 09:00  |  09 Mar 2024 - 09:00
$1,480.00 per person · 10 spots left
02 Mar 2024 - 09:00  |  10 Mar 2024 - 09:00
$1,480.00 per person · 10 spots left

Organized By
Gregory Bakunzi

Gregory Bakunzi

RED ROCKS RWANDA - https://www.redrocksrwanda.com/ 

What Red Rocks Rwanda stands for is what our name stands for. Our organization takes its name from the igneous rock that covered Northern Rwanda during volcanic eruptions some 700 years ago. Just like the red rocks, we are deeply rooted in local history and culture. 

As a social enterprise, we’re all about the community, the wildlife, tourism & travel, thus promotingsustainable tourism through community and conservationOur pioneering cultural tourism scheme involves developing our community and promoting our nature preserve through tourism.  Red Rocks brings under-served communities into the tourism supply chain and supports community development projects that help people help themselves through our initiatives (http://redrocksinitiative.org/).

  Through our works we have launched many projects, which are helping local community get access to education, health care and sustainable income that honors their traditional way of life. Ours is to provide a sustained, reliable source of funding for the local organization through the tourism industry. We created a respectful environment where the local community feels comfortable with tourists and work to position conservation as a competitive land use that delivers benefits to local communities, creates jobs, stimulates local micro-enterprise development, promotes local procurement, develops skills and knowledge and ultimately improves livelihoods within the Volcanoes National Park.

$1,480.00 / pp
Up to 10 peoples
Durée : 8 Days