Entries tagged: Rwanda Safari

Nyungwe Forest - A Primate Sanctuary

Nyungwe Forest – A Primate Sanctuary

It’s Rwanda Week here at Ker & Downey. We’re taking an in-depth look at the ins and outs of traveling to Rwanda and the incredible country that has become one of Africa’s greatest success stories. Today – Nyungwe Forest, a must-do for a primate safari. A visit to Nyungwe Forest National Park is a must for anyone looking for a well-rounded primate safari. The forest shelters over 25 percent of Africa’s primate species in its lush forest canopies. Believed to be one of Africa’s oldest forests, its 370 square miles of mountainous rain forest, lush grassland, and swamps create a vast […]

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Turkish Airlines Flights to Rwanda Will Have You Exploring the Land of a Thousand Hills in Under 24 Hours

Turkish Airlines Flights to Rwanda Will Have You Exploring the Land of a Thousand Hills in Under 24 Hours

It’s Rwanda Week here at Ker & Downey. We’re taking an in-depth look at the ins and outs of Rwanda travel and the incredible country that has become one of Africa’s greatest success stories. We’re continuing our series by taking a look at flights to Rwanda. So you’ve decided to book your journey to Rwanda. Congratulations! Now let’s talk about flights to Rwanda. It’s pretty easy to get there from the United States. With Turkish Air, you’ll be there in under 24 hours. From the USA you have an easy connection in Istanbul before continuing onto Kigali. Or, if you […]

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Rwanda Travel - Is it safe?

Rwanda Travel – Is it safe?

It’s Rwanda Week here at Ker & Downey. We’re taking an in-depth look at the ins and outs of Rwanda travel and the incredible country that has become one of Africa’s greatest success stories. The Rwanda of today is a much different country than it was just twenty years ago. While it’s hard to talk about Rwanda without thinking about the terrible genocide that claimed 800,000 lives, it’s hardly the thing that currently defines the country. In the face of tragedy, the country and her people have quickly turned itself and the world’s perception of it around to become one […]

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