Rwanda, can be reached by both air and road transport. Air transport is best used when traveling from overseas while road transport is used when coming from a nearby African country connecting to Rwanda; Congo Kibatsi village and the Cyangugu border, Uganda via the Kigezi village and even Tanzania. The international flights all land at Kigali International Airport which is just two hours’ drive to the capital city of Rwanda (Kigali).
There’s also a well-developed transport network within the country that eases accessibility to the tourist attraction centers fun and easy.
Money & Banking
Rwanda mainly uses francs, (for a single currency unit) and the US dollar is the other widely used currency throughout the country. If you needs to exchange their money, it’s best to have it done from Kigali as it becomes quite tricky exchanging currency; cheques, credit and debit cards away from the city. The commonly used cards are; American Express, Diners Club, Master Card and Visa cards. There are also several ATMs throughout the country which can be used for acquiring francs (the Rwandan currency) other than using the currency exchange companies.
Best time to visit
Visiting Rwanda can be done / enjoyed at any time of the year depending on individual taste and preference , however the best recommended times for visiting are within the dry seasons when there are no rains to distract the ongoing tourist activities like mountain gorilla trekking, forest nature walks among others.
Rainy seasons – Late March, April, May and November
Communication in Rwanda
Rwanda has a well-established infrastructure and communication network where from which ever part of the country you may be visiting, a well networked cell phone and wireless internet can be accessed and used for communication purposes. There are several internet service (Wi-Fi) that run throughout the country enabling tourists to easily connect to the rest of the world when visiting the country.