A small secure country of Central and Eastern Africa; Rwanda, is one of the best destinations in Africa.
This Central African country has made a lot of progress in protecting and managing the environment and its biodiversity.
Purely touristic from the Capital of Kigali to East, West, South and North, Rwanda is very remarkable and memorable for the visitors from all corners of the World.
This time, we take you to Musanze Caves, which originated from volcanic activities where different lava flow layers dating from 65 million years ago have created the Albertine Rift Valley. The Caves are two kilometers long underneath
For climate information, Musanze temperature is warm and temperate. Musanze has a significant amount of rainfall during the year. Even in the driest months, the showers still persist. The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is Cfb. The average temperature in Musanze is 17.8 ° C. The rainfall here averages 1302 mm.
Arriving in Musanze you meet a happy Community in Kinigi Sector.
The Community has enormously benefited from the existing Musanze caves which attract international tourists who visit the area and buy artistic products made by the nearby populations.
In 2014, the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) launched the Musanze Caves as another product for tourism activities.
Local community benefit from this new product as business flourish at the caves surrounding.
The Musanze caves are one of the best Rwanda tourism products.
Moreover, there are still plenty of adventure to be experienced in the area including the Buhanga Eco-park known for coronation of Rwandan former kings, the panoramic view of the twin lakes namely Burera and Ruhondo, Karisimbi Volcano climbing, Bisoke Volcano climbing, trek to Dian Fossey grave, golden monkeys trekking and the famous mountain gorillas trekking.
You will be able to buy artistic products linking you to the Rwandan culture.
The caves were there since the ancient time but the Tourism department has modernized them and changed into tourism destination.
They are located in Northern Province of Rwanda.
Most of visitors to these caves come from U.S. UK, Australia as well as Rwandans.
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