- On May 24, 2018
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5 Reasons why Arsenal partner with “Visit Rwanda”
As it’s confirmed by Arsenal Club to partner with Rwanda Development Board ‘RDB’ to promote their global tourism awareness with a ‘Visit Rwanda’ logo to feature on the left sleeve of all Arsenal teams starting from next season. This was unveiled on Arsenals new Kit for season 2018/19. The three-year deal Arsenal signed with Rwanda Development Board ‘RDB’ will also see ‘Visit Rwanda’ become Arsenal’s official Tourism Partner with effect from next season.
Here are 5 Reasons why Arsenal partner with “Visit Rwanda”
Visit Rwanda and Uganda for amazing wildlife safari.
Rwanda is located in the heart of Africa and geographically formed with Thousands of Hills that harbor lots of tourist attraction ranging from great water bodies, wildlife, several mountain hikes, amazing culture and a tour to Kigali city a thriving African city that is immediately notable for its orderliness, cleanliness and hospitality.
You can see a wide variety of wildlife in the game parks and forests of Rwanda and Uganda, including the famous tree climbing lions at Ishasha, Leopards, Zebras, Hippos, African Elephants and African Buffalos plus different species of antelope. A tour to Rwanda and Uganda will enable you watch over 1600 bird species including the rare shoebill stork, making the region a hugely rich birding destination in the world.
Visit Rwanda and Uganda for amazing Wildlife viewing as compared to several other African countries since in Rwanda and Uganda you truly enjoy these animals in their natural habitat.
Visit Rwanda and Uganda to explore the great western Rift Valley.
A memorable tour through the great western rift valley in Rwanda and Uganda, where there are friendly people who will welcome you hence sharing with you their rich and colorful culture, view the great variety of wildlife in the magnificent Queen Elizabeth National Park, climb the ice-covered peaks of the Ruwenzori’s or the densely forested Virunga Volcanoes. You can track chimpanzees in the hidden Kyambura gorge on your trip to Queen Elizabeth National Park or you can also Track Gorillas in Bwindi impenetrable forest of Uganda or Visit Rwanda’s Parc national des volcanos for Gorilla Tracking Safaris, where Dian Fossey conducted her research on mountain gorillas hence making a ‘Visit Rwanda’ trip more spectacular.
Visit Rwanda and Uganda for experiential Gorilla tracking safari.
The world population of mountain gorillas stands at a minimum number of 880 gorillas where 400 individuals are said to be living in Uganda’s Bwindi impenetrable forest and 480 mountain gorillas are occupying the Virunga Volcanos therefore a visit Rwanda and Uganda trip leaves you with no option but only to Track Mountain Gorillas from both gorilla destinations.
Since we are talking about gorillas living in their natural habitat, therefore tracking down mountain gorillas through the misty forests requires patience and stamina as this involves hiking steep slopes, often walking for hours through dense vegetation as you finally meet them which is quite amazing to experience.
Visit Rwanda and Uganda for Chimps and Golden monkeys tracking
Rwanda and Uganda happen to be the world’s rich planet for Chimpanzees man’s closest relatives. They are fascinating and charming creatures to encounter in the wild. A tour to Kibale forest, Kyambura gorge, Budongo forest, Ngamba Island and Rwanda’s Nyungwe forest will pay you an amazing chimpanzee tracking trip to Rwanda and Uganda.
The golden monkey is one of the most endangered primate species in Africa, you can track them in Mgahinga National Park in Uganda and Parc national des volcanoes in Rwanda.
Visit Rwanda and Uganda for Mountain Hiking safaris
Uganda and Rwanda have some of the most dramatic and spectacular scenery in Africa, ideal for climbing, hiking and other adventure activities, therefore hiking safaris to the Gahinga, Muhavura or Visoke volcanoes, walking in the foothills of the Ruwenzori Mountains and a hike to Dian Fossey’s grave is such an amazing adventure to experience.
Uganda’s tour center Jinja the home to the world’s longest river ‘The Nile River’, near the source of the Nile, You can do white water rafting, bungee jumping or to take a relaxing boat or canoe trip as you spot out different bird species that gather alongside the water banks.
“A journey has exceeded all expectations. A dream come true!” as stated by our great tour client Stephen from Netherlands