Beautiful Lake Muhazi in north-central Rwanda will be the site of the Feast of Tabernacles this year. Attendance at this French- and Kinyarwanda-speaking site is expected to be 70. Lodging, meals and services will be in a house and on its grounds on the lakeshore. Meals will be prepared by those attending this site. Visitors would need to stay in Kigali and commute to the site each day via a one-hour taxi ride each way. At the time of writing, the situation in Rwanda, including the areas around Kigali and Muhazi, is calm and reasonably safe.
Festival activities will include a family activity day, a talent show and Bible studies.
Visitors can arrange a trip to visit mountain gorillas in the Virunga National Park on a day trip from Kigali. Gorilla visiting permits cost $500 per person for one hour and must be arranged in advance, as quantities are limited. Chimpanzee tracking is also available, though this requires a two-day expedition to the Bukavu region.
At the time of writing, no visa was required for U.S. and most European citizens. Nationals of other countries should check with the Rwandan Embassy in their country. A yellow fever vaccination may be required for entry, depending on the point of origin.
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