In 1994, after genocide, Rwanda’s economy was completely destroyed. Two decades lter, Rwanda is not only a success story in Africa, but a perfect example for other war-ravaged countries globally to borrow a leaf from. By Nelly Gachanja

This secret treasure is to be found in the heart of the Volcanoes National Park in Kinigi. That means Rwanda makes about Sh14.4 million every morning from Mountain Gorilla tourism alone. By Ng'Ang'a Mbugua

There’s no thin line between art and tourism, since both are inextricably linked. When a tourist visits a place, he wants to carry a piece of souvenir to remind him about the place he visited. And artists are the producers of such pieces. In the end, they profit since the tourist dollar is always naturally appealing for their sustenance. By Joseph Ondiek

More than 20 years after the horrific genocide in Rwanda, Kigali is emerging as a proud city, known for its progressive start-ups, energetic art scene and great dining and coffee. By Debra Kamin, NYT

The US State Department announced Wednesday that Rwanda is given a level-one rating under which US citizens are advised to “exercise normal precautions.” It is the only EAC country to be granted level-one rating.

A census of mountain gorillas due in March will likely show numbers have risen this decade, experts said during a ceremony to mark Rwanda's expansion of its Volcano National Park. By Clement Uwiringiyimana

Gorilla trekking has become a lifetime experience. You see these primates in their natural habitat. You get to experience their behavior patterns. And you get to know man’s closest relatives. By Joseph Oindo

Rwanda is a child-friendly holiday destination, there is plenty to see and do with children in this beautiful country. Picture and text of Annette Swale