The King’s Palace museum gives insights into Rwanda’s monarchical systems and the colonialism that caused its abolition in the 1960s and serves as a traditional royal home in Rwanda where visitors enjoy the culture. In the museum, you learn of Rwanda’s history from the 15th century through the artifacts and traditional materials displayed and get to trace the Rwandese culture’s evolution.

The King’s Palace museum gives insights into Rwanda’s monarchical systems and the colonialism that caused its abolition in the 1960s and serves as a traditional royal home in Rwanda where visitors enjoy the culture. In the museum, you learn of Rwanda’s history from the 15th century through the artifacts and traditional materials displayed and get to trace the Rwandese culture’s evolution. The museum is in the form of a palace; the palace was built with the help of colonial Belgium for king Mutara 111 Rudahigwa who passed on before staying in the palace. You will also enjoy cultural activities such as Rwandese cultural dances The King’s Museum palace \became lively after the introduction of some cultural games, arts, and traditional dances where young people compete and the best win prizes. This has helped in the preservation of the country’s culture to the new generations. 

assured of the best vacations ever. Africans Travellers Ltd, we are dedicated to serving you and meeting all your tourist needs. We use our expertise to ensure that you make the most out of your tour. We offer various affordable packages that range from economy class to mid-range class, providing you with top-notch accommodation that aligns with your expectations. We offer highly experienced and well-trained guides for all your tours. The King’s Palace museum is located in the southern province of Nyanza District, 88 km from Kigali City.

You will also get to see the sacred cows (Inyambo) with their large horns at the back of the loyal compound, and realize that despite having a striking appearance they only like lullabies being sung to them. The museum also helps explain some curiosities such as why the woman who looked after the King’s milk never married and why the entrance to the brewer’s hut had no lip.

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Accommodation
  • Meals:  breakfasts, lunches
  • Private Transport: 4x4 safari vehicle.
  • Driver and Fuel
  • Porters and Rangers
  • Arrival transfer
  • Entrances fees
  • English or French speaking guide
  • Site permits
  • All transport between destinations and to/from included activities

 

WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED

  • Airfare to and from destination
  • Trip cancellation insurance
  • Visas
  • Any activity not described in What's Included
  • Beers and Hotel

 

 

 

DATES & PRICES

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All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy or single occupancy unless otherwise noted, are subject to change without notice, and do not include airfare. Optional activities are at an additional cost. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.

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