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Price Per Person

USD 150
Country: Rwanda
City: Rubavu (former Gisenyi)
Duration: 5 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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Visit Imbabazi - Rosamond Carr Tour

Imbabazi is an exciting and rare, unique Tourist destination that we encourage you to visit!  Come learn more about Roz’s life in Rwanda, her gardens, the orphanage and our current projects!

Stroll through beautiful English gardens while enjoying a vast variety of colorful flowers and birds.

Enjoy beautiful views of Karisimbi, Mikeno and Nyiragongo volcanoes.

Learn about the life and legacy of Madame Rosamond Carr and her influence in the community of Mudende. Tour the original orphanage and learn about the projects the Imbabazi Foundation is currently running, Hear stories about Dian Fossey and her friendship with Roz.

See where scenes from Gorillas in the Mist were filmed. Enjoy tea and cookies in the garden while watching our traditional dance troupe.

Did You know?

In 1949, Rosamond Halsey Carr, a young fashion illustrator living in New York City, accompanied her dashing hunter-explorer husband to what was then the Belgian Congo. When the marriage fell apart, she decided to stay on in neighboring Rwanda, as the manager of a flower plantation. Land of a Thousand Hills is Carr's thrilling memoir of her life in Rwanda--a love affair with a country and a people that has spanned half a century. During those years, she has experienced everything from stalking leopards to rampaging elephants, drought, the mysterious murder of her friend Dian Fossey, and near-bankruptcy. She has chugged up the Congo River on a paddle-wheel steamboat, been serenaded by pygmies, and witnessed firsthand the collapse of colonialism. Following 1994's Hutu-Tutsi genocide, Carr turned her plantation into a shelter for the lost and orphaned children-work she continues to this day, at the age of eighty-seven.

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