Bus Tickets from Kigali to Cyangugu


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Cheap bus tickets from Kigali to Cyangugu online booking made easy. Cyangugu is a wonderful lakeside city in southwest Rwanda with immense tourism potentials. Officially known as the Rusizi area, Cyangugu is house to a city of over four hundred thousand people can be reached via a 6 hour bus ride or 30 minute plane from Kigali. Here is the guide on how to  book bus from Kigali to Cyangugu:

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What is the affordable way to get from Kigali to Cyangugu?

The affordable way to get from Kigali to Cyangugu by bus. Cheap bus tickets from Kigali to Cyangugu $7 and takes 6h 10m.

What is the travel distance of bus Kigali to Cyangugu?

The travel distance of bus Kigali to Cyangugu is 141 km.

Fly or bus from Kigali to Cyangugu?

The top way to get from Kigali to Cyangugu is to bus which takes 6h 10m and costs $7. Alternatively, you can fly, Kigali to Cyangugu bus fare $240 - $370 and takes 12h 6m.

Bus from Kigali to Cyangugu Tips

A predominantly Christian and Muslim population, the city is governed by a Mayor just like every other area in Rwanda. Kamenbe, the capital, is placed on the hill where the central bus park is placed. The Congo Nile Trail starts from Kamembe as well.

Cyangugu is indeed a quick-growing holiday place in Rwanda, thanks to its visitor friendly people and resources. Recreational activities such as swimming, boat cruising, mountain hiking, shopping and lot more some of the big activities that make Cyangugu tick.

Must see in Cyangugu

The Mashesha warm spring could pass as the largest natural attraction in Cyangugu. It is a remarkable pool of warming water continuously oozing out from the ground. Just as stone throw away are remarkable views of big hectares of tea plantations to definitely pique the interest of visitors. These charming sights stretch into miles as they undereducated on the hills. The highly strong mountain forests as well as chimps, monkey and gorillas at the Nyungwe national park.