Why You should Travel to Rwanda with TJD

Rwanda is named to be the number 1 safest country in Africa and the number 9 safest country in the world. Rwanda has taken extra precautionary measures dealing with the current COVID-19 Situation.

There are certain rules while traveling to Rwanda :

  • A Negative PCR test must be presented  upon arrival no longer than 72 hours. TJD ensures that all guests traveling to Rwanda are tested and carry the results with us
  • Another PCR test on arrival is carried out, this is to ensure further safety. All guests arriving in Rwanda will be quarantined in a designated 5 *hotel. Results come out after 6-12 hours
  • TJD is in contact with labs in Rwanda to ensure all guests receive their PCR results on time for activities
  • TJD upload information on the passenger locator forms for Rwanda prior departure, and we ensure that all guest’s permissions and information is correct in order to enter Rwanda and the parks across the country
  • During our TJD trips, all private cars are sanitized daily. Our on ground personal handlers are tested every 72 hours
  • We have a strict rule of no social interaction outside our guests, on our itinerary, we do not include activities such as local markets or outside restaurants due to COVID-19 precautionary measures in Rwanda
  • TJD ensures all guests’s paperwork are in place prior the trip
  • TJD works together with you to find you the right flights into Rwanda
  • We ensure all dietary requirements are met in Rwanda

You can read more on INFORMATION on Rwanda Here
  • TJD provides detailed packing list to ensure safety and comfort throughout the duration of the trip to Rwanda
  • TJD organizes SIM cards for each guests with data in order to stay connected with loved ones from Rwanda
  • TJD works with a network of local partners to ensure   safety and stay up to date daily with the current rules and regulations
  • TJD has carefully selected and designed itineraries based on travel time and curated for comfort with maximizing all activities and site visits
You can read more on our FAQ to Rwanda Here