Kigali Marriott Hotel

Trips to Kigali Marriott Hotel

With ideas from Expert Africa for tailor-made trips

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Luxury Gorillas and Serengeti

Luxury Gorillas and Serengeti

| 10 days|Individual trip Add to my wish list
US$13,771-17,055
This luxurious safari combines two iconic wildlife experiences, trekking the mountain gorillas in Rwanda and game viewing in the northern Serengeti. This trip sees you travel in style, staying at two of the top lodges in each area, Bisate in Rwanda and Lamai in ... More about Luxury Gorillas and Serengeti

2 great extras, day-trips & excursions whilst you're staying in Kigali Marriott Hotel

Many of the places that we feature in Africa include a full range of activities, but sometimes optional extras are possible – day-trips and excursions which are worth adding into your stay and are best arranged before you go.

Talk to us about anything which interests you before you finalise your trip with us. Meanwhile, just 2 of the possibilities from Kigali Marriott Hotel are noted below; we hope they help to give you some inspiration.

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City & Genocide Memorial Tour

City & Genocide Memorial Tour

Half day, including lunch

Rwanda's capital city, Kigali, is a fascinating spot. Developments which wouldn't look out of place in a much more modern city are springing up, and the country is proud of the capital's progress, both economically and environmentally. Take the time to appreciate Kigali's intricacies, both modern and historical, with a drive through the city and a visit to the Genocide Memorial and museum. More about Kigali City Tour

King’s Palace & Museum Visit

King’s Palace & Museum Visit

Half day, including lunch

If your trip in Rwanda incorporates travelling south from Kigali, a visit to the King’s Palace and Museum gives an interesting insight into Rwanda’s cultural history and monarchy. It's also ideally placed to break up the long journey to Nyungwe Forest. More about King’s Palace

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