ZaNiheza was founded on the ideal that one comes to Rwanda/Africa for Gorillas and stays for the rest. We offer cultural, culinary, heritage, beach and horticulture experinces in Rwanda and beyond.
To understand what drives us, we would recommend a quick read on our story.
Located in East Africa, Rwanda is landlocked country known for it’s stunning beauty, warm, amd friendly people.
Time: GMT +2
Languages: Kinyarwanda, English, French
Currency: Rwandan Francs (Frw)
Population: 13 million
Telecoms: MTN and AIRTEL
MTN and Airtel are Rwanda’s telecommunications providers. They successfully provide internet between four data network speeds: GPRS, 3G, 4G, and 5G.
SIM cards for cell phones can be accessed with ease. Note that by Rwandan legislation, every user/buyer must be registered to activate the SIM, and it is easy to do. Upon arrival, one would be required to present a form of identity of one’s preference (ID card or passport). At the point of purchase, visitors can register.
Plastic bags are not permitted in Rwanda as part of an environmental policy. Plastic bags must be discarded by passengers entering Kigali International Airport (KIA) or any border checkpoint. Travelers are given a cost-effective, ecologically friendly alternative.
Monday through Friday, public offices are open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and business hours are typically 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m but can go over till midnight.
Most bars and hotels work 24/7.
The lengthy dry season in Rwanda lasts from the end of June to the end of August. The average daily maximum temperature is roughly 23°C (79°F), with temperatures infrequently falling below 23°C (75°F) or surpassing 28°C (83°F).
The average low temperature at night is 15 degrees Celsius (59 degrees Fahrenheit). Kigali is a secure, hygienic, and competitive contemporary city with a thriving economy.