Kunda Eco Arts Space

We give value and give the best experience back. We treat you like a king/queen. A visitor in an African homestead, is indeed, a king/queen. We endeavor to give you the best out of your stay with us, each day, each minute!

I graduated into public health and I am a young leader and a social impact activist, I carry good leadership skills in the form of a team builder and mentor for fellow youth. I run an organization called Kunda Arts Collective which has a goal to bring sustainable development in Rwanda through partnering with local artists and investing in their communities


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United Kingdom


Unfortunately there isn’t any volunteering to actually do. Fiacre picked me up from the airport which was good, but then the next day I was working In his friends restaurant across the road. I went to Kunda about 3 times and had no responsibilities and didn’t do anything with social media, and also didn’t feel that comfortable there.

Unfortunately I think it is just a way to earn money from the accommodation he rents out, as I did no actual volunteering. Avoid! Had to cut my trip early by almost two months as I was so bored.

21 days ago



Kunda Eco-Arts space is a great place, where I got to meet and work with skilled and nice artist. I had a great time.

about 1 year ago

United States


Very inspiring work interviewing successful young people, and writing and publishing their mini-bios. I enjoyed all of it!

Fiacre and Rodriguez, my hosts, were welcoming, showed me around, and made delicious food - usually vegetarian. My room was private, locked, comfortable and roomy.

over 4 years ago

South Africa


I had an amazing experience working with Fiacre on MyStoryHouse! Fiacre is a wonderful host and make sure that I had a great time on Kigali, not only working together but also showing me around everything that Rwanda is all about!

almost 5 years ago

United Kingdom


I have been to a few volunteer experiences and I have to say that Byumba is up there with all the others. A nice change from city life with amazing people and the countryside is stunning. I lived in the library for almost two weeks and to wake up surrounded by books and then to help the amazing little people will take a very long time to fade in my memory. Francis will host you and look after the housekeeping side of things and the rest will pretty much look after itself. Life here is very basic so if you're expecting luxury then this isn't for you, I loved it))

almost 6 years ago

MUTABAZI replied

Thank you, David, for the days you spent at our library in Byumba!! David has offered a lot to our children that always come to our library. Most of the time he was helping the children with reading books, creating designs and draws thus boasting their ways of thinking. He also brought a new concept where he could show the children some movies and at the end of the day discussing what they saw in the movies thus helping the kids to learn new words. In terms of our project, David contributed a lot by generating new thoughts on how we can improve our project to be more effective. David is a flexible guy who adapts quickly with the changes.

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