Red Rocks Initiative

As a non-profit community-based organization, we are dedicated to integrate tourism and conservation for sustainable community development. So once you volunteer with us you will use your skills to help others and play a role in wildlife research or conservation can be very rewarding, plus you will take home loads of new skills, knowledge and practical work experience.You will contribute to conserving the mountain gorillas,meet new peoples and adaptation to new cultures

Over the past years, I have gained experience working as a Rwandan tour organizer and guide for various international tour operators. My professionalism and reliability, along with my exceptional understanding of the needs and desires of international visitors, have gained me renown among clients and respect among the members of local communities. I am a co-founder and president of the Ruhengeri Community Eco-Tourism Association, a local association of people collaborating to enhance tourism development in Rwanda. My philanthropic efforts have also not gone unnoticed. I molded Red Rocks Rwanda to be community-based organizations, where the local community can gain from tourism activities, and in the process, have a sustainable income. Red Rocks brings under-served communities into the tourism supply chain and supports community development projects that help people help themselves through our initiatives http://redrocksinitiative.org/). In August 2015, my name was added to the A- Team for Wildlife ‘Wall of Fame’ for my contribution during their Giving Grid Fundraiser. A-Team is an organization that fights to save endangered species of animals. In 2015, on the occasion of the 36th edition of the International Tourism Fair of Madrid (FITUR), the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), FITUR and Casa Africa jointly organized the 7th edition of the Tourism Investment and Business Forum for Africa (INVESTOUR) on 21 January 2016 in Madrid, Spain. I was invited as a panelist in the second roundtable and shared with the audience his experience on the topic, Africa-The future is now. I have been recognized by several Rwanda based organizations for his efforts in promoting responsible tourism and community development agenda. In January 2019, at the International Tourism Trade Fair (FITUR) in Madrid, Spain, an event that was organized jointly by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), FITUR and Casa Africa.I was awarded in recognition for Red Rocks Initiatives for Sustainable Development activities to promote tourism, conservation and community development in and around the Volcanoes National Park in northern Rwanda. Recently I was appointed by African Tourism Board to be in their steering committee representing the interest of African members on the platform


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Anfitrião & Equipe

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Honestly I loved my stay at Red Rocks. I had such a good time with the staff and the place was fun to stay at. I would hang out with so many interesting travelers staying at the place. There was some things that made the trip really confusing and I would hope they could improve on. If you are the type of person that isn’t very flexible to change I wouldn’t recommend. Definitely make some plans for stuff to do while you’re here; Musanze Can feel a bit small if you don’t adventure to some surrounding places or try some of the things Red Rocks has to offer, the people are genuine and fun.

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