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Bradt Travel Guides, 2006 - Travel - 264 pages
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Tourism in Rwanda--"Land of a Thousand Hills"--is developing rapidly, and this updated edition lists the newest hotels, tours, activities, tour operators and all other travel practicalities. Whether you want to explore Rwanda's ancient and modern history, watch performances of traditional dance and drumming, or climb a volcano, this guide is an essential part of your trip. Visit the three National Parks with their varied wildlife, track chimps in Nyungwe Forest, and, of course, visit the world-famous gorillas in the Volcanoes National Park. With 50 extra pages this guide reflects rapid changes and improvements to the tourist infrastructure of an emerging tourist destination.   This guide features:   *The very latest updates on hotels, tours, and transport *Twice as many maps--all updated *Conservation areas and national parks in detail *What to see and do in and around Kigali, including local markets, handicrafts, restaurants, and memorials *"Giving something back"--development projects

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Review: Rwanda: The Bradt Travel Guide

User Review  - Lashelle Hill - Goodreads

Janice Booth does an excellent job with this guide. Her personal experience with the country is evidence throughout the book. Read full review


People and Culture
Planning and Preparation
Health and Safety
Travelling in Rwanda
The Road to Huye Butare
Huye Butare
Nyungwe Forest National Park

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About the author (2006)

Philip Briggs is author and coauthor of seven other acclaimed Bradt guides on African countries and is a specialist in natural history.   Prize-winning author Janice Booth has been involved with Rwanda since the 1970s and now leads tours there.

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