Grand Legacy Hotel

 African Union Ave - Remera, Kigali, Rwanda

Lagos: Economy Class Return Ticket on Rwandair Express
Kigali:   27-Dec-2021   -   02-Jan-2022
5 Nights , Bed and Breakfast
Room Type : Standard Room
5-7kg hand luggage 1 pieces Luggage Allowance
Inclusive of Visa Fee
  Shared transfers in an Air-Conditioned bus

Total Price ₦680,000.00

Deposit Price ₦200,000.00

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Hotel Name :-
Grand Legacy Hotel
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Hotel Address :-
African Union Ave - Remera, Kigali, Rwanda
Room Type :-
Standard Room
Board Type :-
Bed and Breakfast
Description :-
Boasting a restaurant, bar, garden and free WiFi, Grand Legacy Hotel is situated in Kigali, 4.2 km from MTN Centre Kigali and 6 km from Kigali Centenary Park. This 4-star hotel offers room service and an ATM. The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre, evening entertainment and a 24-hour front desk. At the hotel rooms come with air conditioning, a seating area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a safety deposit box and a private bathroom with a hot tub, bathrobes and slippers. At Grand Legacy Hotel all rooms include bed linen and towels. The accommodation offers a continental or buffet breakfast. Grand Legacy Hotel offers a terrace. The area is popular for golfing, and car hire is available at the hotel. Belgian Peacekeepers Memorial is 10 km from Grand Legacy Hotel, while Ivuka Arts Studio is 6 km from the property. The nearest airport is Kigali International, 2 km from the accommodation, and the property offers a free airport shuttle service. Located along Diani beach, Leopard Beach Resort & Spa boasts panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and is set within a tropical garden. The resort is within 5 km from Ukunda. The bright, air-conditioned rooms feature a satellite TV, safe and tea-and-coffee-making facilities. Each unit has a minibar and en suite bathroom including free toiletries. All rooms have a view of the garden and some of the sea. Leopard Beach Resort offers a selection of restaurants and bars. The signature à la carte restaurant, The Chui Grill is situated on a two-tiered timber deck and serves fresh seafood and grills. The Uzuri Spa and Fitness Forest is set in a 6-acre indigenous forest, offering a selection of treatments and wellness facilities. Guests can enjoy a refreshing swim in the large pool. Resort facilities include an adventure centre and children’s playground. Free WiFi is available in rooms and public areas and the Moi International Airport is within 45 km.
Grand Legacy Hotel Facilities:-
Aircond , Babysit , Bar , Basket court , Billiards , Breakf buffet , Breakfroom , Businessc , Canoeing , Carrental , Casino , Continental breakf , Curexchange , Disabledg , Diving , Dryclean , Elevator , Faxcopy , Fitness , Freewifi , Games room , Garden , Gay friendly , Greek breakf , Heating , Horse riding , Hour24desk , Inpool , Ironing , Laundry , Library , Luggage , Massage , Meeting , Mini golf , Newspaper
Flight Cabin:-
Refundable/Not Refundable:-
* Non-Refundable * Date change allowed with charges
Round Trip
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Airline Name:-
Rwandair Express
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Baggage Detail:-
5-7kg hand luggage 1 pieces
Shared transfers in an Air-Conditioned bus

For a fun filled day with your family and friends, our 4 hour picnic at Mount Kigali is the adventure for you. Enjoy a bbq lunch and take in the beautiful scenery at Mount Kigali. Optional activities include horseback riding, zip line, quad bikes, archery and badminton. This tour has another option which is hiking to the top of Mount Kigali. The hiking trail is an opportunity to discover the old town Nyamirambo with its funky people, vibrant streets and colourful shops. We start our hike from Nyamirambo then proceed all the way to the top of Mount Kigali. There are many small villages along the way and the views on top are breathtaking.

The Rwandan diet consists mainly of sweet potatoes, beans, corn, peas, millet, plantains, cassava, and fruit. The potato is now very popular, thought to have been introduced by German colonists. Rwandans who live in rural areas rarely eat meat.

The Rwandan franc (Rfr) is the principal currency, although US dollars are widely accepted.

Expect to pay for local services in cash, in Rwandan francs. The greater the amount, the more likely US dollars or other hard currencies are preferred, such as gorilla tracking and upmarket hotels.

A growing number of places accept credit and debit cards, with Visa being more widely accepted than Mastercard. It’s best to check when making a booking.

ATMs can be found in Kigali and nearly all major cities.

Cash can be exchanged at banks and private forex bureaux (bureau de change). Both are closed on Sundays and public holidays.

It may be impossible to exchange traveller’s cheques away from the capital. Western Union facilities are common.

Tipping is discretionary and appreciated. Cash is usually preferred. As a rough guide, tip professional guides and drivers US $10 per day, trekking porters US $2.


Culled from - visitrwanda

The official languages in Rwanda are Kinyarwanda, French and English. Kinyarwanda is a Bantu language and is spoken widely. Kirundi – spoken in the neighboring country Burundi – and Kinyarwanda, are similar languages and have formed a wider dialect continuum called Rwanda–Rundi. Other languages like Swahili are also spoken in Rwanda. The use of English is most common in larger cities and in popular tourist destinations only. The further you travel into the interiors, the lesser the chances of finding locals who can converse in English.

The majority of Rwandans (about 65%) are Roman Catholic and another 9% are Protestant. Only about 1% of the population is Muslim. About a fourth of Rwandans adhere to indigenous beliefs. Many Rwandans practice both their traditional religion and Christianity at the same time.

Visitors to East Africa arriving from any country with risk of yellow fever are required to carry proof of yellow fever vaccination. There is risk of malaria throughout the year so we advise that carry a good mosquito repellent and wear clothes that cover most parts of your body, especially if you are traveling during the rainy months.

Visitors to Rwanda and Uganda who are going gorilla trekking should be aware that gorillas are susceptible to most human diseases. If you are suffering from a contagious disease (especially the flu), you must inform your guide and not join the trek for the safety of these endangered gorillas. A standard trek is a strenuous and can last between one to four hours each way (two to three hours is usual in each direction). Please note that children below 15 years of age are not permitted to go gorilla trekking.


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