There are countless corners of the world that are completely misunderstood and labeled as "unsafe," when the reality is far from that simple. Violence, wars, terrorism, and drugs can all destroy a country's image and leave lasting negative consequences for its tourism industry. By Nick Wharton

The Rwanda Development Board, Rwanda’s governmental organisation responsible for promoting Rwanda’s tourism initiatives abroad, has launched luxury and weekend getaway packages, which have been exclusively tailored for residents of the Middle East. By African aerospace

Branding as the Land of a Thousand Hills, Rwanda has been chosen the next host of the Commonwealth Heads of State Meeting the forthcoming two years. By By Apolinari Tairo

The country of Rwanda has been awarded World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) first Global Leadership Award. By the WTTC

Nyungwe National Park is one of the reasons Rwanda has become the top tourism Destinations because of its bravura natural beauty and unique features. By Pamela Amia

Rwanda. Have you heard of this country before? Well, I am from there, and I would like to tell you a story. By Faces2Harts

The capital of Rwanda, Kigali, comes as a shock to most first-time visitors. Conditioned by harrowing accounts of the 1994 genocide, it is reasonable to expect a place broken and sinister. But, on arrival, after the 90-minute flight from Nairobi, the airport seems modern and well-organized. The streets are unusually clean, and the people appear to be cheerful and prosperous. By Andrew Harper

Les pluies torrentielles qui s’abattent depuis le 16 mars sur le Kenya, sont d’une violence rare. Elles ont causé d’importants affaissements de routes dans le pays. Par RI