Rwanda marked the 2015 World Tourism Day on Sunday by unveiling a new cultural center in Rulindo district, northern part of the country. The Rulindo Cultural Center is from presently on an extra tourist spot with a package combining cultural showcasing and community-based tourism, according to officials.
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"Our tourism shouldn’t be dependant on national parks, gorillas and a few museums in the country. Rwanda has incomparable history which can attract visitors to learn about our traditions if we simply open cultural centers across the country," she said.
According to officials, the new cultural center is in line with Rwanda Development Board’s mission of connecting various destination management areas through tourism product diversification in order to increase the length of remain of visitors.