Rwanda’s doors are now open and we look forward to welcoming you to be at one with nature while staying safe and healthy. All tourism activities, including primate trekking within Rwanda’s national parks, have now resumed in line with enhanced COVID-19 prevention measures. The well-being of travellers is Rwanda’s top priority and the country has put in place robust health and safety guidelines to ensure this.
Rwanda deployed the use of robots at the airports and treatment centres to minimize contact time.
The government of Rwanda, the cabinet and health entities, spearheaded by President Paul Kagame have fought the pandemic gallantly making Rwanda today one of the world’s safest destinations to consider for travel.
Rwanda Convention Bureau in collaboration with the Ministry of Health have worked to create a safe environment that has allowed the reopening of tourism-related activities. Gorilla trekking in volcanoes National Park is back with few health safety keys in place. 6 persons, as opposed to the normal 8 guests, per gorillas family, with the option of exclusive treks in place.
All conference facilities and hotels have since reopened with health policies in Place. Conference venues and hotels all have an onsite full-time doctor for testing and helping to monitor processes.
All travelers arriving in Rwanda must present a negative test certificate. The only accepted test is a PCR test performed within 72 hours of departure. A second PCR test will be conducted upon arrival, with results delivered after 24 hours during which time they will remain in designated hotels.
Ovation Rwanda DMC have been working on ways to host hybrid conference and events with cutting edge technology, while also equipping all ground staff with PPEs for onsite managing of functions.
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