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Tourists will pay more to visit Rwanda’s museums

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A regular source in Kigali, Rwanda, has confirmed that entrance fees and charges for other services at the various museums across Rwanda, the royal sites included, will be raised beginning April 1.

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A regular source in Kigali, Rwanda, has confirmed that entrance fees and charges for other services at the various museums across Rwanda, the royal sites included, will be raised beginning April 1.

Visits to the various museums and royal sites, i.e., the palace at Nyanza or the coronation preparation sites near Musanze, entrance to the Musanze caves, and other similar attractions are now an almost integral part of a safari across Rwanda. This is done in part to diversify the tourism products and in part to showcase the country’s history from the ancient times to today’s new Rwanda.

It could not be ascertained what advance notice safari operators were given, if any, to cater to the fee rise in their tour packages.

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