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Marasa Umubano Hotel is a lovely facility in Kigali Rwanda, a country well known for gorilla trekking safaris. Travelers need accommodation from the very first day of coming through the Kigali International Airport. The hotel is placed in the heart of Kigali which is referred to as one of the cleanest cities of the East African Community. It boasts modernity and growth at the fastest rate. In the past years, the 1994 genocide affected the country so much, never the less there has been so much stability in the country since then.

Marasa Umubano Hotel

Marasa Umubano Hotel is the perfect and intimate place to stay in Kigali. Family-friendly for those traveling with their families, the 100 individually decorated guesthouses have minibars, LED TVs, private balconies, free WiFi internet access, and lodges outdoor tennis space, gym and pool. Guests can purchase travel necessities at the on-site gift shop. A free standby shuttle is available, and the hotel has meeting space and a 24-hour front desk. The restaurant offers delicious meals and snacks, while the coffee shop and café offer a full range of coffees. Meals are served buffet style or set menus and you can enjoy the best service with a smile. The main area of ​​the lodge has a bar serving both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

Located 5 km from Kigali, on one of the city’s many hills. Marasa Umubano Hotel’s facilities, including bars and restaurants, Wi-Fi, and a business center, make it the perfect place for your vacation. Here are some must-dos during your visit: It’s great to stroll through the deserted streets. The lighting is beautiful and you can even go to a nightclub and soak up the Rwandan charm.

Visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial where the 1994 genocide took place. Visit the Rwandan Culture Museum to learn about the traditional lifestyle of the Rwandan people. Taste Rwandan cuisine and enjoy the city’s nightlife. Other activities include visiting Volcanoes National Park to track golden monkeys, trekking mountain gorillas, visiting Nyungwe Forest National Park to track chimpanzees, and exploring Rwanda’s famous canopy walks. Activities take place early in the morning.

The country can be visited all year round but is best during the dry season of the year, this is because most of the conservation areas can be easily accessed, and during a boom tourism period, endeavour to be sure to have proper travel documents like passports, yellow fever vaccination cards, and any other important documents. Remember to pack warm clothes, hiking boots, insect repellents to mention a few.

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