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1 day Kigali Walking Tour, the walking tour begins with a short walk and a traditional snack, a quick Kinyarwanda language lesson that will take you briefly on some key words in Kinyarwanda, such as greeting, and saying thanks, and an introduction to the Women’s Center and its activities, and other various project they do participate in such as art gallery, weaving, candle making and much more. It then weaves through the streets of Nyamirambo, where your guide will introduce you many friendly locals around as you proceed.

You’ll visit a women’s hairdressing salon where the adventurous type can get a free braid; go into a family compound to pound cassava leaves; stroll by two mosques and a lookout view over Kigali; and into a tailor shop to feel the fabrics you’ll otherwise see styled on the streets. The tour concludes with a traditional lunch made and served in the home of Aminatha, Nyamirambo Women’s Center best cook.

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1 Day Kigali Walking
Kigali Walking Tour

This walk can go as far as half day, for you to explore this area. You can as well decide to do a cooking lesson of the local food, where you go to the market, bargain and shop some spices and some food materials, and after you head home, chop, prepare fire and start of the cooking process, guided by a local chef. In few hours, food ready and you serve yourself and eat you own self-made local food. The taste is your own self best chef. So no complain on the salt level. This sound unbelievable right? Join us for the adventure, by writing to our sales team and book yourself a tour, whether alone or in a group, we make all arrangement.

1-day kigali Walking Tour Includes

  • Ground transportation and fuel
  • Services of a professional English-speaking safari guide
  • En route lunch
  • Mineral water while on tour
  • Sightseeing

A day Walking Tour Excludes:

  • All items of a personal nature
  • Gratuities for safari guide
  • Travel Insurance
  • Laundry
  • Visa Fees
  • Air Fares and connecting flights.
  • Alcoholic beverages
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