Wildlife Tours Rwanda
Wildlife Tours Rwanda is a Rwanda Wildlife Tour Specialist, based in Kigali, the Capital city of Rwanda.
Rwanda Wildlife Tour and Rwanda Gorilla Safari Specialist
They specialise in high quality Rwanda wildlife tours, including birdwatching and Rwanda gorilla safari and trekking, that incorporate pro-poor tourism responsible tourism and ecotourism approaches in the development, operation and management of all tour packages. In addition, they organize cultural and community-based tours within Rwanda and other East African countries including Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
They have 7 permanent employees and around 18 temporary employees working for the company. Many of their staff members speak fluent English and French. One member of the team speaks German, Spanish and Dutch plus of course Kinyarwanda and Swahili.
The cultural and community-based tourism contributes 75% of the tourism revenues directly to local communities. In 2009, 88.6% of revenue went to local communities as direct benefits. Besides that, 12 local guides were trained and employed by the company. Schools, dispensaries, child-headed homes, widows of genocide, reformed perpetrators of genocides and women living with HIV/AIDS also benefited directly from their project tours.
The dream of the company is to see the majority of Rwandans benefit from tourism through employment, capacity building and empowering local communities to improve their livelihood, alleviate poverty and strengthen unity among the Rwandans. At the same time, they strive to build strong lasting relationships with their international visitors and global wildlife partners.
Gorilla & Chimps
Rwanda Super Tour
Rwanda Wildlife Tour
Ruwenzori Colobus Monkeys
Giant Nile Crocodiles
Wildlife Tours-Rwanda provides exceptional educational and experiential tours with professional guides and interpreters.
The community-based wildlife and cultural tours are organised and managed by local people and the company facilitates the established tourism cooperatives, steering and development committees with sustainable projects; minimizing negative tourism and conservation impacts, to ensure equal benefit sharing and supports product development plus designing educational and experiential packages that contribute to conservation and sustainable development.
In the year 2009, 88.6% of revenues went to local communities as direct benefits. Besides that, 12 local guides were trained and employed by the company. Schools, dispensaries, child-headed homes, widows of genocide, reformed perpetrators of genocides and women living with HIV/AIDS also benefited their project tours with contribution back to local communities.
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