Monday, 16 October 2017

Rwanda Country and its Tourist Attractions

Rwanda is a compelling landlocked Sovereign State that Confines its beauty in the Central and East Africa provinces having its capital City Kigali in the centre of Rwanda. Its smallest nature among the Countries on the African mainland doesn’t limit its winning attractions being more adventurous especially as seen enjoyed by a “muzungu”.
Rwanda’s population is generally predominantly to be rural, and it’s recorded to be one of the Countries in Africa with high densities, the natives are called Banywaranda, however with in them, there exist 3 subgroups ie Tutsi, Hutu and Twa. Well, on your Safari tour to Rwanda, you will encounter with the Twa societies believed to be the forest-dwelling pygmy people- the earliest inhabitants.
Rwanda’s 1994 genocide is believed to have claimed lives of thousands of people as seen in the historical where body remains like the thousands of skulls in the Rwanda Genocide memorial centres. Its clearly stated that in 1959, the hutu revolted and massacred hundreds of Tutsi, there after established an independent Hutu State in 1962. Later, the Tutsi-led Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) retaliated back and launched a civil war in 1990, the terror worsened in 1994, in which Hutu extremists killed an estimated 500,000 to 1.3 million Tutsi and moderate Hutu. The RPF under the leadership of the on current President H.E Paul Kagame ended the genocide with a military victory

Rwanda Location and its Geographical boundaries.

Map of Rwanda
The great nature of this country is hugged by Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo, these countries justify the being of this country. Some of the Tourist attractions partner the relationship of these east African countries. Being in the African Great Lakes position, It is seen with clear elevations, distant harsh mountains composed of granite, covered with thorny shrubs and acacia trees are seen in the western side, and then the savannah plains in the east with a mouth of thick sulfurous streams of lakes.

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