1. An image of a troop of gorillas.

    More Fun Facts About Gorillas

    Hello, and welcome back to the Amahoro Tours blog! Today, we’re back with another blog, and for this blog, we’re bringing back one of our favorite topics — gorillas! Sure, we often talk about the gorilla treks we offer as a part of our eco-tourism experiences in Rwanda, Uganda, and the Congo, but today we’re talking exclusively about our favorite mammals. Keep reading to learn some more fu…Read More

  2. Tips for Being a Responsible Tourist in Rwanda

    Are you currently preparing for an amazing tourism experience in Rwanda with Amahoro Tours? We’re excited to show you around the beautiful country, and can’t wait to take you on the journey of a lifetime. Because we’re so excited, we think it’s only right to give you some essential tips so you’re not only ready for the experience, but also so we can equip you with the knowledge you need …Read More

  3. Fun Facts About Gorillas

    One of the things that Amahoro Tours is well-known for is the passion and excitement that we have surrounding gorillas. They are the animal that we primarily focus on during a majority of our tours, and we love being able to show people just how magnificent these animals are. When you have the chance to enjoy a gorilla tour with Amahoro Tours, you’ll get to experience these incredible animals fi…Read More

  4. What is Responsible Tourism – Part 2

    In our last blog post, we started to talk about responsible tourism and what it means. Aside from that, we touched on three of the ways that responsible tourism impacts this industry in Rwanda. Amahoro Tours is dedicated to providing the locals of Rwanda with a better place to live, and we do that by providing tourists with a better place to visit. When you get the chance to come along and explore…Read More

  5. What Is Responsible Tourism? Part 1

    “Healthy life is an outcome of sustainable development, as well as a powerful and undervalued means of achieving it. We need to see health both as a precious asset in itself, and as a means of stimulating economic growth and reducing poverty.” - Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, Director-General Emeritus, WHO You may have heard the term “responsible tourism” before, but may not be familiar with w…Read More