If you’re planning to travel to Rwanda, below are the Rwanda latest Covid-19 entry requirements summary:
Covid-19 negative test:Arriving passengers must present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to the first departure.
Health declaration:All travelers must complete a Passenger Locator Form online. On completion, travelers will be given a Unique Health Code (UHC) which they must present on arrival.
Test on arrival:All arrivers will be tested for Covid-19, then taken to a designated hotel for 24 hours, awaiting results (USD 60 per test).
Note:Tourists are required to take a PCR test 72 hours prior to visiting a national park (except for Akagera). Tourists visiting Akagera are required to take a rapid antigen test, available at numerous walk-in clinics in Kigali (RWF 10,000). No tourist will be admitted to any national park without a valid negative test result.
The Rwandan government is taking the safety and health of our travelers seriously, and has implemented regulations that will help make it possible for everyone to enjoy a safe safari, as well as protect the endangered primates. Rwanda has been lucky enough to be a safe destination to visit and these new measures will ensure it will continue to be so
If you want to plan a safe and responsible trip to Rwanda, Feel free to contact us so that we can start planning unforgettable moments for you and your loved ones.