A city tour with a guide and private vehicle will visit some of the city's sights and monuments and teach you more about Rwanda's history. The tour will include the deeply moving and very well designed Gisozi Genocide Museum, where more than 250,000 Rwandans who were killed during the 1994 genocide have been buried. There are several parts to the exhibitions, including information about the Rwandan genocide, an exhibit about other genocides around the world and the Children's Memorial.
You can also visit the house of Richard Kandt who came to Africa in 1898 to discover the source of the Nile. If you're looking for some souvenirs, the Caplaki Handicrafts Co-operative, is packed with traditional and modern handicrafts made locally.
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