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Getting To Us

Umusambi Village is located in Kigali city in Rwanda.

It is easily accessed by car, taxi, bus or motorbike taxi. It is unlikely to be walking distance from where you are staying.

Umusambi Village is located on KK 3 Road, out past Kigali airport and on the road that leads to the Eastern Province. It is about a 20-minute drive from the city centre. It is an easy stop off on your way to or from Akagera National Park, as well as very near the airport if you want a last excursion before flying home!

Directions from Kigali:

We are located inside the entrance to Bambino Supercity, just before reaching Kabuga. Continue on KK3 Road past the blue Inyange factory and when you pass a line of red and white striped bollards in the middle of the road, look out for the Bambino entrance immediately on your right. It has a big red arch over the entrance. Drive down towards the fountain and you will see the entrance to Umusambi Village in front of you.

Free parking is available on site.

Opening Hours:

We are open every day from 8am to 5pm (Last entry 4pm).

Exclusive, early morning or evening tours available on request.

Umusambi Kingfisher

Admission Prices

All proceeds from entrance fees go directly back into the running costs of Umusambi Village and to further conservation activities of RWCA.

Adult Rwandan or EAC: 3,000RWF ($4)

Adult Resident in Rwanda: 10,000RWF ($11)

Adult International Visitor: 15,000RWF ($17)

All Students (with a valid student card): 3,000 RWF ($4)

All Children 2-16 Years: 3000RWF ($4)

Children Under 2 Years: FREE

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP AVAILABLE

Large Groups and School Groups – please contact us for more information.

School Visits

At Umusambi Village, we are passionate about teaching future generations the incredible value of Rwanda’s nature and wildlife. If you are associated with an educational institution please get in touch and we can discuss arranging a visit that works for your students!

If you are interested in the work we already do with students in Rwanda, you can read more on our partner charity website here: RWCA.

Teach your students about conservation and wildlife in Rwanda!

Children Enjoying Umusambi Village