Best 1 Day Kigali City Tour & Genocide Memorial Rwanda 2025

Trip Overview: 1 Day Kigali City Tour

Kigali is the capital city of Rwanda and it is found in the center of the country.  The country is prominent for being tidy, clean, delightful, and well-looked-after streets in comparison to most cities in Africa. Kigali city shares painful and touching experiences due to several memorial sites in reminiscence of the Rwanda genocide that sparked in April 1994. Kigali has got more lively spots, where tourists can exploit the culture, beautiful scenery, and hospitality and also have a chance to taste Rwanda’s cuisines

Itinerary at a glance: 1 Day Kigali City Tour

  1. Number of people: Tailored.
  2. Start/End: Kigali – Rwanda.
  3. Availability: All year through.
  4. Activities: City view.
  5. Destinations: Kigali Genocide, Presidential Palace Museum and Markets
  6. Price: Request for quote

Safari Gallery: 1 Day Kigali City Tour

1 Day Kigali City Tour
Genocide Memorial
Kigali Market

Detailed itinerary: 1 Day Kigali City Tour

At 7:00 am you will have breakfast at the hotel and commence the city tour. The city tour will be kicked off with a visit to the Ntarama church where you will learn more about the 1994 genocide memorial. The Ntarama church was turned into a genocide memorial site on 14th April 1995 and is devoted to the 5,000 human beings who were demised there. One of Rwanda’s six National Genocide Memorial Sites, Ntarama accommodates human debris, garments, and artifacts owned by those who perished at the were the church, which is always on display at all times.

The tour will continue to Nyamata genocide memorial which is located around the former church 30km south of Kigali city. The Nyamata genocide memorial site was established in commemoration pf the Rwanda April 1994 genocide. It is also a burial ground for 50,000 people.

From Nyamata church, crown the genocide history with a visit to the Gisozi genocide memorial museum where you will learn more about the history of genocide memorial and how it went throughout the country. The Kigali genocide memorial was built in commemoration of the April 1994 genocide and it is a burial ground for over 250,000 people. There is a visitor center for students and other travelers who wish to understand the events that sparked the genocide that took place in April 1994. The Centre is an everlasting memorial to the genocide victims and serves as a place where the orphaned could bury their family and friends.

From the Gisozi genocide memorial, you will finally visit the firehouse which is the area where the plane that was carrying President Habyarima was brought down, which later sparked the famous 1994 Rwanda genocide.

End of tour: 1 Day Kigali City Tour

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