Formula 1 race driver, Sir Lewis Hamilton has described his visit to Rwanda as an experience that left him ‘so speechless’ to the extent that he simply fell in love with the country throughout his stay. The Briton is exploring his motherland, Africa, as he enjoys the seasons summer break with Rwanda becoming his ‘second stop’ after Namibia last week. Widely regarded as the greatest Formula 1 driver of all-time, Hamilton recently trekked the mountain gorillas at the Volcanoes’ National Park in Kinigi, Musanze, a place whose people, he said, welcomed him ‘with smiles and music from the beautiful Rwandan people’ . “What a sight it was to see them [gorillas] in their natural habitat relaxed and protected by the community around them. This is where they should be, in their own homes free to live their lives in peace. The trip really showed me how diverse and rich in culture it is here,” he said. Rwanda is truly so beautiful. Thank you for having us. I can’t wait to come back 🇷🇼 pic.twitter.com/3fUoKPfpEK — Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) August 12, 2022 “It was a profound and truly moving experience. I’m in love with this country. Thank you for having us, I can’t wait to come back,” he added. The seven-time world champion continues up his summer break in Africa before returning to the Formula 1 action ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix 2022 slated for this month.