For the most part, travelers who arrive in Rwanda are eager for exciting experiences, to get in touch with biodiversity, to learn and approach the local way of life and culture.
Zenith is no stranger to innovation. The revolutionary Defy El Primero 21, the only high-frequency automatic chronograph, capable of measuring hundredths of a second, paved the way into the future of watchmaking.
This new Breitling model pays homage to the earlier designs of the legendary Navitimer.
Volcanoes National Park is not only a sprawling rainforest reserve but also home to the mountain gorilla, a magnificent yet endangered species.
Located in the productive and phenomenally diverse north-eastern corner of the Akagera Na-tional Park, Magashi Camp overlooks the dazzling Lake Rwanyakazinga.
On a pristine 178-acre stretch of land right on the edge of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park sits the Singita Kwitonda Lodge
Ferretti Yachts has built a trajectory of excellence in the yachting industry since its foundation in 1968.
Beneteau’s new Monte Carlo 52 is getting ready to make its worldwide debut at the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival 2019.
The new V8 engine offers exactly the right balance between performance and emotion, which is what also sets the new BMW 8 Series Coupé apart.”
Cape Town has seen its fair share of geographic change in the past few decades, and none more so than Woodstock, a former seaside resort turned industrial district turned “gray area” turned chic suburb.
CaIndisputably one of the best restaurants in the world, La Colombe is also an iconic South Afri-can establishment founded on the historic Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate.
Coffee isn’t a plant native to Rwanda. It was the year of 1904 that a group of German missionar-ies planted the first coffee trees in the southwestern lands of the small village of Mibirizi It has thus been cultivated ever since.
Some say that the Batagua pygmies were the original inhabitants of this region, nowadays called Twa.
At the end of 2018, the world smiled collectively at the news that the Mountain Gorilla population (Gorila beringei beringei) had increased above 1000 specimens. In 1978, there were only 285 individuals left.