Rwanda’s Capital is Attracting Tourists

Rwanda’s capital is rapidly building a reputation as a tourist hot spot. With low crime, spotlessly clean streets and a friendly attitude, Kigali is pulling in travelers …

39 thoughts on “Rwanda’s Capital is Attracting Tourists

  1. KS8910 says:

    As an asian myself , Im surprised to see how well Rwanda has been developing.Well done.Hope the world have more places like this to offer for visitors to enjoy their privileges.

  2. A. H. Badran says:

    Wonderful video. I'm really happy and impressed that Kigali has become what it is today. A great example for other African nations to follow , actually all countries across the globe.
    Well done to the people and government of Rwanda.

  3. Limp business says:

    "Wandering around in some old t-shirt and shorts is not gonna cut it". Yeah, with an approach like that you'll definitely lose tourists. If this narrator was to be Rwanda's tourism ambassador, the number of visitors would plummet in no time 😀

  4. Peter Gambier says:

    Interesting film look around Kigali thanks. It certainly looks smart, clean and super expensive. Anybody with ripped jeans is fined and run out of town a bit like Prince Charles's town in southern England called Poundbury where it is forbidden to hang out your wash it looks unsightly.
    At the hotel des mille Collines I think you should have mentioned Paul Rusesabagina who was the house manager there in 1994.
    He managed to hide and protected 1,268 Hutu and Tutsi refugee's right under the noses of the Hutu militia, the Interahamwe. They used the hotel as their base of operations during the massacre because it was the only hotel still operating.
    The Interahamwe would hack off a victims left hand and disappear, a few hours later they'd return and hack off the right hand. A little later they would come back for the left leg etc, that went on until you died, they wanted to prolong the agony for as long as possible.
    After 2 years and many threats Paul moved from Rwanda to Brussels and eventually to Texas where he lives today. What a cool man, he deserves the Peace Prize.

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