Rwanda and Kenya Make a Deal to Promote Regional Tourism

Rwanda and Kenya Make a Deal to Promote Regional Tourism

Anew deal between Rwanda and Kenya has been signed to promote tourism in both countries in a joint manner. YES, Rwanda Development Board(RDB), Rwanda Chamber of Tourism (RCT) and Kenya Association of Travel Agents(KTA) and the East African Tourism Platform signed a deal together to do market Kenya and Rwanda in a combined package.

This is aimed at encouraging more travelers to do Kenya Rwanda safaris on the same trip. Over years, connecting safaris cutting across different countries have become common. Travelers want to use the limited time t they have to explore and enjoy different attractions and experiences where possible.

Combining Rwanda and Kenya is undeniably a best deal for travelers who want enjoy game viewing and primates at the same time. Magical Kenya is famous for its game safaris while Rwanda is popular for primate safaris especially gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park and Chimpanzee tours to Nyungwe Forest National Park.

How will it work?

The new agreement will see Kenya and Rwanda work together in implementing tourism marketing in a joint manner. Also, various promotional programs in Rwanda and Kenya will be conducted to attract and bring new travelers to visit attractions and take part in experiences in both countries.

More so, familiarization trips and educational webinars to Kenya and Rwanda will be arranged to enable private sectors explore the beauties in both countries. In the agreement still, the two parties agreed to work together to address challenges in the regions travel industry and d find solutions for sustainable tourism business.

What to expect

Travelers coming to visit Rwanda and Kenya in a combined trip should expect exceptional experiences. There are lots of wonderful things to see and do in Kenya and Rwanda. Among the things to expect include:

  • Game viewing

You will explore the magical Kenya for game viewing in the savannah parks of this country. Masai Mara National Park, Aberdare, Lake Nakuru and Amboseli National Park are among the top game viewing destinations in Kenya. Guided day and night game drives give you chance to see and interact with wild animals feeding and resting in the park.

  • Mountain Gorilla Trekking

: Visit Rwanda gorillas in Volcanoes National Park. The small country is home to the highest number of mountain gorillas in the Virunga Conservation Area. Gorillas in Rwanda are habituated into 10 gorilla families, which guarantee 80 gorilla permits each day.

  • Cultural tours

Combined Kenya and Rwanda safaris will help you explore different cultural group to learn the traditions, norms and beliefs of local people. The most visited cultural groups are batwa pygmies in Rwanda and Masai pastoralists in Kenya. You will enjoy traditional dances and songs performed for entertainment.

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