The Namibia, Rwanda and Zambezi regions recorded strong growth and, when combined, contributed 30% of segmental profit compared with 15% a year ago. They reflected combined growth of 104% from 27-million to 55-million pula. By Alistair Anderson

HE Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda, will be honored with The World Tourism Award 2017 for Visionary Leadership on November 6, 2017, on the opening day of World Travel Market London, at the Excel Center.  By eTN

The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has urged investors to look at establishing entertainment and leisure facilities to cater for local and international visitors. By Mathias Ringa

Rwanda has taken the top title at the World Travel Awards Africa Gala Ceremony 2017. On a night of high drama in host city, Kigali, the Land of a Thousand Hills was recognised as Africa’s Leading Destination. By Travel News

The green, mountainous East African country provides the perfect combination of luxury, adventure and nature. After the horrible genocide in 1994, Rwanda starts recovering slowly, with its capital Kigali transforming into one of the most exciting destinations in Africa. By Laura Parvan 

During a trip to Rwanda, though there are many activities to do and beautiful sights to see, shopping should be at the top of any traveler’s list. Home to many souvenirs unique to the region and of very high quality, Rwanda has a lot to offer the avid shopper. By Leah Feiger.

From the balcony of my villa at daybreak, I can see the nearby village creaking to life. Children are walking to school in their blue uniforms, and a farmer slings a hoe into the ground. The Africa of travelers’ imaginations is defined by vast open spaces—the treeless plains, the lonely desert—but Rwanda is the most densely populated country on the continent, and a trip here comes with an awareness that you’re sharing this space. By Sarah Hepola

Après le Kenya et la Tanzanie, le projet «Afrique de l’Est : autonomisation des femmes dans le commerce» du Centre du commerce international (CCI) marque un arrêt au Rwanda. Mais ici, l’accent est mis sur le tourisme dont le développement est devenu ces derniers mois un des chevaux de bataille du gouvernement. Par Ristel Tchounand