Diplomats attached to Rwanda are currently traversing the Western and Northern parts of the country to see for themselves the beauty and touristic attractions in the country.
Foreign Affairs Minister, Dr. Richard Sezibera, is guiding the diplomats in a trip that begun of Friday when the diplomats boarded two magnificent buses en-route to Nyungwe forest where they participated in the famous canopy walk to see the breathtaking span of Africa’s oldest forest.
Foreign Minister @rsezibera is leading Ambassadors on a tour of some of the beauties of #Rwanda. First stop the amazing Nyungwe Forest @USAmbRwanda @frederiquedeman @jennyohlssonMFA @visitrwanda_now @RwandaMFA pic.twitter.com/jx3vzqRwOw
— Jo Lomas (@JoLomasFCO) May 17, 2019
#DiplomaticExcursion now in @RwandaNorth to explore the beautiful wildlife&habitat of rare mountain Gorillas. Nicee places, cultural villages and the brave& hardworking people of the North. Welcome.Thanks @RwandaMFA for organising this unforgettable trips @rsezibera @PaulKagame pic.twitter.com/rO9JQhYy6c
— Gatabazi JMV (@gatjmv) May 19, 2019
The Diplomats were also hosted at a dinner at Serena Hotel in Rubavu.
Fun & peaceful day in the Nyungwe forest in #Rwanda as about 20 ambassadors from Kigali hiked the trails together with @RwandaMFA & learnt about eco tourism, community support etc. I won’t feel my legs tomorrow after finally reaching that waterfall – but totally worth it! ☀️ pic.twitter.com/YDxdAVKzUo
— Jenny Ohlsson 🇸🇪 (@jennyohlssonMFA) May 17, 2019
The tour concludes today.
Day two of #Diploexcursion2019. The members of the diplomatic corps based in Rwanda got to taste @RubavuDistrict's unique tourism offerings. They kayaked on the beautiful lake Kivu and also rode on bikes! #VisitRwanda pic.twitter.com/l8RQ3OsnAR
— Rwanda Development Board (@RDBrwanda) May 18, 2019
— German Embassy Kigali (@GermanyinRwanda) May 17, 2019