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1 Day Kigali City tour

This 1 Day Kigali city tour (Pick up: 8:30am) will take us through the city sites and monuments which will give you more insight about Rwanda's history. This day tour will cover the lower city center covering the Taxi/Bus Park and the local markets.

We shall drive at the center point of Kigali central business area where most comercial shops and Banks are situated with hotels. A major visit will be at the Gisozi Genocide Museum. The museum gives you the History of the which 1994 100-Days Rwandan Genocide where almost a million people were massacred.

1 Day Kigali city tour

The museum was set up in 1999 and officially opened in 2004. The Memorial center has 2 sections to visit with an outside burial place that caters for 259000 persons killed only in Kigali.

The inside museum has 3 sections which give you information about the Rwanda Genocide, genocide in other countries and the last section dedicated to children.

There are quiete a number of Genocide memorial centres around Kigai. You could also visit the Bill Clinton foundation in Rwinkavu village which caters for the HIV persons.

Entrance is free to the memorial center. However, all pictures taken inside are paid for at $10 USD per person per camera. And out side the museum, its all free.

1 Day Kigali City tour

1 day kigali city tour will takes you through the city sites and monuments which will give you more insight about Rwandas history. This day tour will cover the lower city centre covering the Taxi/Bus Park and the local markets.

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1 Day Kigali City tour - Best of Day tour Kigali - Rwanda

The Kigali Genocide Memorial commemorates the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. The remains of over 250,000 people are interred there. There is a visitor centre for students and those wishing to understand the events leading up to the events of 1994. The Centre is a permanent memorial to those who fell victim to the genocide and serves as a place in which the bereaved could bury their family and friends. The Centre is managed and run by the Aegis Trust and the Kigali City Council.