Nyungwe Park hosted world tourism day in Rwanda – Uganda Safaris
The world tourism day in Rwanda was hosted at Nyungwe national park which hours many wildlife species that attract many safari visits to Rwanda, these tours to the park have helped in increasing revenue of the country hence developing the tourism sector in Rwanda.
The two activities which were organized in order to mark the world tourism day attracted many safaris to Rwanda in that many tourists traveled from different countries to come and enjoy the activities which were organized. These activities mainly focused on the role of tourism in the surrounding communities.
The main theme of the celebrations of the world tourism day was tourism and water and was to encourage all the communities of Rwanda especially those near the national parks to manage and conserve water sources so that the wildlife in the parks can be properly protected and managed. This however will help in encouraging more tourists to come for safaris to Rwanda.
The activities which were participated in included the accreditation of the Kitabi College of conservation and environment management; it’s an important college since it has worked hard at promoting the conservation and preservation of wildlife and plants with in the parks which have helped in increasing Rwanda safaris.
Other activities which were participated in included the conservation of Nyungwe national park, visiting the kitabi cultural village and also laying of the foundation stone to pave way for the construction of the new hotel outside the national park, this will help to increase more tourists to come for safaris to Rwanda
The celebrations mainly focused on creating awareness among the citizens especially the local community the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and the economic values to the people of Rwanda.
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