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TOURISM TO MUSANZE CAVES TO BE OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED

TOURISM TO MUSANZE CAVES TO BE OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED

Musanze caves Rwanda tour to Musanze caves

Musanze caves Rwanda (Daily Monitor photo)

Musanze caves were formed by geologic activity which was centered in Virunga Volcanoes. The caves are 1.25 miles and are located outside the town of Musanze and are just 90 minutes’ drive from the city of Kigali. The caves harbor lots of bat species and it has got green vegetation which covers its outside part and good for a fantastic photoshoot. These caves were also used as shelter during war time and it’s really important to the local people. The caves are protected and its only expert guides that are allowed to lead every tour and these explain the history of the caves from their early formation to present day.

Inside Musanze Caves

The Musanze caves were cool and natural, the moment beautiful and reflection deserving and cultural folklore at Musanze Caves.  The caves harbor lots of bat species and it has got green vegetation which covers its outside part and good for a fantastic photoshoot.

Now, after great re-invention by the RDB – Rwanda’s Tourism Body, the site is set to be officially launched for tourism activity in a space of a few weeks from now according to information received from the Rwanda Development Board’s Tourism and Conservation Department.

Located north of the country in Musanze District, the site has had a major facelift with establishment of tourist walkways and trails, stairs and other safety measures for tourists.

Apart from tracking the mountain gorillas, visitors to this region have previously been restricted only to fewer options for the extra days they would spend in the area like hiking the Kariosoke, Hiking to the Diana Fossey Grave and mountain gorilla graveyard, golden monkey tracking, a visit to Lake Bulera, Cultural village visits and visits to Gisenyi (Lake Kivu).

In fact scores of tourists have managed to spend only a day in the area and departed immediately after their one-day gorilla tracking activity. In some way this obviously has led to loss of potential revenue as these visitors have the potential to spend more in the local community if they had the choice tourist activities to engage them. Certainly they would even spend at least a night or more in order to engage in these activities.

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