THE CONSERVATION COLLEGE IN RWANDA GRADUATES 40 – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS
Rwanda is among the prime destinations in the East African region boasting of her wildlife safari tours in Akagera National Park, gorilla trekking safaris in Volcanoes National Park and Chimpanzee trekking safaris in Nyungwe Forest National Park. Besides that, Rwanda has got rich cultural heritage that is vested in its museums and cultural sites such as the Nyanza palace in Butare, Huya District.
Training human resource to spearhead the development of these tourist products and help in their delivery to the Rwanda safari tour undertakers so as to maximize their experiences and satisfaction.
In this regard, it’s very fortunate to note that Kitabi College of Conservation and Environmental Management (KCCEM) situated in Nyamagabe District in the southern province graduated over 46 students with diploma specialty in Wildlife management. The graduates were majorly tour guides and park rangers and were hailing from the Albertine rift region which is a great destination for various travellers including those that pan safaris to Rwanda.
The studies featured an animal behavior, aspects of poaching among other areas to do with management of wildlife. With these endeavors, tourism in Rwanda is seen to be taking the right path considering the fact that it generated $293million in revenue in the previous year.
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