Is Rwanda safe now?
Rwanda is safe now for any traveler or tourists to visit. Like any other country, Rwanda has been hit by a coronavirus pandemic that saw Rwanda restrict the movement of all travelers into the country by closing its land borders and Kigali international airport. However on 1 August 2020, Kigali international Airport was reopened for passenger flights with all travelers required to present a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 120 hours of travel, and to fill a passenger locator form in addition to the uploading of their COVID-19 test certificate. Visitors arriving via the airport are tested again and receive their results in 24hours as they will be quarantined in self accommodation.
We can say this with confidence that Rwanda is one the safest destinations now for any visitor intending to visits the whole of the African continent. This can be reflected in the number of visitors that travel and visits Rwanda freely annually and have usefully had wonderful trips without any security threat.
Most of the visitors mainly come for gorilla trekking safaris that are conducted in Volcanoes National park in the northern part of the country in Musanze province. These travelers on several reviews on different websites have described Rwanda as a warm welcoming country that is safe and secure provided you book and travel with a reputable tour company like Africa Adventure Vacations and provided you undertake all the necessary precautions.
However, some people still think that the burden that hit Rwanda in 1994 in form of genocide still exists and could affect their safety travel movements which are untrue. The civil war massacre inform of genocide caused a lot of trauma and still in the minds of people who lost their lives. Visitors can go and see the genocide memorial sites where victims of the genocide were buried. These massive graves have been preserved in honor of such people and they are available for tourists to visit.
Safety in Uganda like any other country in the world begins with you taking extra care and precaution to avoid falling victim to criminals or scammers. There are laws and procedures in Rwanda that you need to follow and which would keep safer when visiting now. And once all are followed, you will have a wonderful stay and safari in Rwanda named the land of a thousand hills.
Rwanda has developed a strong professional army and police force institutions that ensure that the country is safe in all directions. This is ensured through regular patrols, on the borders, along with areas of interests, and allocation of security personnel on all different attractions sites. All these make the country safe for the country to visit now.
You need to take precautions aimed at making you safe including you not to drink and drive, to stop taking drugs into the country, respect the Rwandese local culture, always follow the law-abiding guidelines, as well as reporting5 any incidences of insecurity to the security personnel near you.