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Itinerary

Your tour starts at 9:30am (details provided in confirmation email) for an introduction. From there you will head off to the city for a great day of sightseeing. Travel through Nyamirambo to the top of of Mt. Kigali for views of the city and the countryside; sip milk at a milk bar; visit a market where you'll taste fruits; go to a public art walk led by a local artist; refuel with a great Rwandan lunch; stop for the best coffee around; travel by water taxi and more! 

Your tour ends at 3:30pm with a drop off at the Genocide Memorial. Our driver will wait and drop you off at your hotel after the visit. 

This tour includes: Transportation by private vehicle for the day and drop off at the end of the tour (pickup not included), entrance fees, lunch and coffee. 

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Overview

Kigali is known for its landmarks and culture, but it can be hard for new visitors to find their way around the many highlights. Discover the city like a local on a tour that includes Mount Kigali, an art exhibition, local cafes, and the Genocide Memorial. Gain insight into the Rwanda capital from your guide, and relax after a day’s sightseeing with hotel drop-off included.

Highlights
  • Benefit from the small-group tour size with personalized attention from your guide

  • Orientate yourself in the city and discover its notable landmarks

  • Keep up your energy with local coffee and lunch provided

  • Avoid hidden costs with all entrance fees included
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Reviewed 4 days ago
Fantastic experience in the city of Kigali

we had a full day tour in the city of Kigali.Our tour guide, COLOMBE was excellent.The driver,EMMANUEL was wonderful.They both were friendly,very informative and professional.The tour was very lively and interesting.We had an excellent day with them showing us the different parts of Kigali and...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago
Excellent City Tour

I had a fantastic experience with Colombe (guide) and Emmanuel (driver). They were both professional, informative and fun! It was a great way to experience the city, learn about the culture and see some of the highlights of Kigali. I really enjoyed the whole day...More

Thank Linda1087
Reviewed 6 days ago
warm welcome to the city

we did the half day tour with eric. he was super nice and welcoming, explained everything in a very interesting way and made you feel like you could ask all your questions regarding rwanda. he was super knowledgeable, well prepared, got us to fell in...More

Thank Tanja P
Reviewed 1 week ago
A great full picture experience of Kigali in only one day!

Our professional, sweet and enthusiastic guide Erik showed us the heart of Kigali with surroundings and gave us an excellent overall picture of "the real" Kigali. I'd love to go on tour with Go Kigali again!

Thank Lindyella
Reviewed 1 week ago
Best way to get to know Kigali

I was in Kigali for just two days and the tour was the best thing I did. The tour introduced me to the whole city, the people, history and culture. Our tour guide, Eric, was fantastic; patient and knowledgeabl. I enjoyed every minute of it,...More

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lulaf01
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Yes! I availed the tour as a joiner/solo. And I was the only client that day so it became like a private tour. Lucky day I guess.
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