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Rwanda

Road to recovery

Road to recovery

Rwanda has undergone a remarkable renaissance since the genocide that shocked the world in 1994. Belise Kariza, of the Rwanda Development Board, tells Laura Griffith-Jones why now is the time to go What was your childhood like?...

A walk on the wild side

A walk on the wild side

There’s more than one must-visit mountainous rainforest in this Land of a Thousand Hills. Robin Griffiths looks beyond Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park to discover the incredible biodiversity of the Nyungwe Forest, including its endangered chimpanzee communities It’s barely 6am...

Land of surprises

Land of surprises

It is already two decades since the genocide that rocked Rwanda, and stories of a progressive, friendly and diverse country suggest the country itself has been on quite a journey. So we sent Sue Watt to see what awaits...

Golden monkeys and silverbacks

Golden monkeys and silverbacks

There’s more to Volcanoes National Park than mountain gorillas, says William Gray Meeting mountain gorillas is the main event at Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, but golden monkeys make an impressive warm-up act. Unique to the foothills of the...

More to give

More to give

Mike Unwin recently travelled to Rwanda to realise a dream – locking eyes with an endangered mountain gorilla – and to answer a nagging question. Would he enjoy an intimate encounter or would he just be a cog in...

Nyungwe Nziza

Nyungwe Nziza

Well-known for its long-established gorilla-trekking opportunities, Rwanda is now gaining recognition for the other attractions and experiences it offers. This is helped by major regeneration work being undertaken in its other main parks, including Nyungwe Forest, which is striving...

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