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About Red Rocks Rwanda
Red Rocks Day Tours concentrates on giving clients who visit Rwanda for a short period of time a chance to explore the country within the short limited time. The Tours are tailor made and we have standard tours that you can choose from.
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Bidule05 wrote a review Nov 2019
France366 contributions148 helpful votes
We spent an interesting afternoon in Red Rocks, learning about traditional medicine using local plants. The guide had a very high level of knowledge about botanic. This local active community is very frindly and also proposes other interesting activitivies, including beehives, banana beer making, baskets making... I highly rtecommend to visit the center, as it is way to support local community and have a great time!!!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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annminky wrote a review Aug 2019
United States1374 contributions105 helpful votes
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I booked my countryside walk tour with Red Rocks with a quick response to confirm my trip. I so much appreciate that because it shows that they care for their clients. On the day of the walk, Norbert, my guide, was there early to pick me up from my B and B. The walk started from the inn, towards the main road and entering the community. He pointed out interesting places and things to see along the way, frequently stopping to take pictures. The walk went towards and inwards the village, where you can see lots of fauna, locals walking and especially children swimming or taking a bath in the nice, cool stream. The abundance of corn fields, Irish potatoes and sorghum is a sight to see. I say it's so refreshing to be out of the touristy place and into the village where you can encounter things to see, local people who loved to chat and take pictures with you and children working hard carrying heavy loads on their heads. The walk was quite interesting as you can also see beautiful birds and lots of plants. I learned a lot while doing this countryside walk with Norbert. I think people should stop and enjoy the beauty of the countryside and book a tour with Countryside Walk with RR (ask for Norbert as your tour guide as he is very knowledgeable of the community).I always say, places that people often less travelled, always experience something great. I recommend this walk for people who love nature and the beauty of getting to know more of village life. Take your camera, dressed comfortably and make sure you wear your hiking boots.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Response from Greg B, Owner at Red Rocks Rwanda
Responded 3 Aug 2019
Thanks Anny for the positive review, we look forward to host you again, i will pass your gratitude's to Norbert
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Shields S wrote a review Jun 2019
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I brought 13 students here for a brief stay (two nights) and we wish we had more time here! While the size of our group taxed the facility a bit, we had an amazing experience. Everything we did felt like it was part of a larger whole and even as a seasoned traveler in the bright continent, I was blown away by the depth of the cultural experiences (a lovely walk with a traditional healer and beekeeper, a bike ride in the village, tree planting with young children from a school Harriet founded). The true soul of the place lives in Harriet who runs the center. She is one of the most positive, cheerful, kind, and intelligent symbols of the new Rwanda. She radiates joy! My students learned much from her, both in terms of culture and history as well as how to follow one's dreams. I highly recommend Red Rocks and a good long chat with Harriet.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Response from Greg B, Owner at Red Rocks Rwanda
Responded 29 Jun 2019
Thanks , we look forward to host your students again
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SamTripvisor wrote a review Jun 2019
Pokhara, Nepal46 contributions12 helpful votes
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Self camped at redrocks and had a wonderful time. The staff are nice. They served us very delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner. Went for a hike to Mt. Rugarika and enjoyed it a lot. We pitched our own tents and at night they arranged a bbq stand and campfire for us. Nice people.. Thanks, Harriet, Petersson, Firoz and everyone out there, we really enjoyed staying at Red Rocks.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from Greg B, Owner at Red Rocks Rwanda
Responded 29 Jun 2019
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Johncobham wrote a review Mar 2019
Guildford, United Kingdom385 contributions105 helpful votes
We spent a lovely afternoon with the ladies of the initiative learning how to make baskets and banana beer. They sang and danced whilst we wove and mashed bananas. We laughed, tasted the beer and joined in singing and dancing. They were lovely and this is a fantastic way to support local women and have a great time. One of the best.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Response from Greg B, Owner at Red Rocks Rwanda
Responded 23 Apr 2019
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