What they say : What kids at Kigali Parents School say about tourism

“Tourism is the act of traveling from one place to another depending on your interest. Tourists either travel for leisure or as way of doing research.” Linda Mutesi, 11, P.5. “If am given a chance to visit any place I would prefer to visit lakes because I expect to see people at the beach having fun.” King Davis, 11, P.4.

“Tourism is the act of traveling from one place to another depending on your interest. Tourists either travel for leisure or as way of doing research.”

Linda Mutesi, 11, P.5.

“If am given a chance to visit any place I would prefer to visit lakes because I expect to see people at the beach having fun.”

King Davis, 11, P.4.

“When people are free they should think about visiting the national museum and the king’s palace because that is when they can know more about the history of our country.”

Ivan Mutagoma, 11, P.5.

“Once during the holidays I managed to visit the zoo in the neighboring country Uganda, I was able to see some wild animals like giraffes, crocodiles, elephants, monkeys and so many others.”

Diana Munezero, 9, P.4.

“I have toured the Akagera National Park where I saw buffaloes, lions, giraffes and crocodiles diving in water.”

Suzan Tona, 12, P.5.

“The act of touring is a continuous act that people should be doing every time they are free. They should visit the national parks in Rwanda.”

 Allan Nyobaire, 10, P.5.

“I am planning to tour Virunga National Park so that I can see the volcanoes and the mountain gorillas.” 

Ronaldo Rwubuzizi, 12, P.5.

“When you tour the natural forest of Nyungwe you get to know how dangerous some animals with help from the guides.”

Princess Usanase, 10, P.6.

“I have toured Akagera National Park although I would get the chance to tour Virunga National Park and other places because touring is part of learning.”

Anais Teta, 11, P.5.

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