Rwanda has an opportunity to develop its tourism sector-Rwanda safaris
Rwanda has got its tourism sector as the leading the sector in the country and this has contributed to the increased revenues in the country and also helped in increasing safaris to Rwanda. This has been possible because Rwanda has been able to market and promote its tourism sector to the outside world.
Rwanda has been developing its tourism sector since it has got many tourist attractions which are loved by the tourists who come for Rwanda safaris. Some of the attractions include; the Akagera National Park which has got many attractions that are loved by the visitors. This Park has also got many good lodges which favor tourists when they come for their tour visits.
The tourism sector in Rwanda is changing globally because of the improvement in Air Transport sector. Rwanda has improved its airline operations and there are many direct flights which are operated between Kigali Air port and other international airports which have helped in increasing Rwanda safaris.
Will More so, the number of tourists and the profile of tourists in Rwanda will also impact on the growth of the tourism sector in the country. Many tourists from developed countries have come to Rwanda for mountain gorilla trekking in volcanoes National park, which is considered to be a home to many gorillas.
Rwanda has got many tourist activities which are enjoyed by the tourist who come for safari tours to Rwanda. These include; bird watching, cultural safaris, city tours, chimpanzee trekking gorilla tracking, spot fishing and many others .All these have helped in increasing the revenues of the country and also developing the tourism sector or Rwanda.
Rwanda has also got an opportunity of developing Eco- tourism which will help in encouraging the conservation of the environment and the animal species which will later help in attracting tourists to Rwanda
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