Some of the Many Questions Asked the Travel + Leisure staff where you would travel to in 2019, and most of us will answer, honestly, where don’t we? As GoExplore Safaris a Luxury Boutique company we mainly handle Luxury African Safaris Across East Africa and that is Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania and among those Travel+Leisure mentioned Kenya and Rwanda among the many places to visit 2019
When it comes to compiling our annual year-end list of the places, we’re most excited about in the coming months, narrowing down the field is easier said than done. We pore over press releases, tourism statistics, and our overflowing spreadsheets of hotel openings, restaurant debuts, and new flight routes. We consider the anecdotal evidence: Where are our friends and families going? What destinations are we seeing on Instagram? Which places seem to be part of today’s travel zeitgeist? And, as always, we turn to our network of travel experts — trusted writers, hospitality professionals, the travel advisors that makeup T+L’s A-List — to see where people are actually going, and which places are the ones to watch in the coming year.
Kenya’s Culture named among the best ones to experience after Panama city “There are the new capitals of culture — Nairobi, Kenya, home to an emergent design scene” However not only Culture, Kenya has emerged as the growing Tourist destinations in the East African region, recently it improved and established a new route from Nairobi to New York city which Kenya Airways fly daily to JFK Airport. This will impact on the visitor increment to the region.
GoExplore Safaris tailor makes East African combined safaris to witness the Great migration and Mountain Gorillas in the Bwindi impenetrable forest of Uganda and Volcanoes national park Rwanda.
Rwanda’s Tourism is booming, in large part due to the surge in visitors to Volcanoes National Park, one of the last remaining places on earth where travelers can glimpse the endangered mountain gorilla. Most travelers make a beeline to the wildlife-rich park, but Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, has emerged as the epicenter of progressive sustainability in East Africa — and one of the coolest, most under-the-radar cities on the continent. Last year saw the opening of The Retreat, an upscale, eco-friendly boutique hotel that’s exclusively powered by solar energy. The 11-room property celebrates Rwanda’s rich cultural and natural heritage, with local art and photography, handcrafted furniture, and a lush garden with indigenous plants and flowers. While you’re in town, be sure to stop by the Women’s Bakery, the lively, female-owned café where the pastry to order is the sticky honey tresse, and Question Coffee, a local chain that works with rural Rwandan female farmers to grow the best coffee in the country.
Our Safaris in Rwanda Combine a luxury touch reaching to the best boutique Safari lodges and that is The Bishops House just located in Musanze, Sabyinyo Silverback lodge, Bisate Lodge and in 2019, of course, we are looking forward to the Newly established lodge under the Singita Brand called Singita Kwitonda Lodge.
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