Rwanda, Jan 22 – Rwanda made a significant landmark in the capital of Finland, with the East African country showcasing her culture in Helsinki. The headquarters hosted Matka Nordic Travel Fair, the largest travel industry event in Northern Europe.
Rwanda was making her first appearance in the trade fair that was attended by professionals and general public from more than 80 different countries with diverse cultures and traditions. The event provides a plethora of travel options that aim at boosting the travel and tourism industry.
It was a perfect opportunity for Rwanda to present the famous Rwandan coffee, a commodity that has been coveted by China and a touch of her cultural dance in a must-attend conference for tourists.
Rwanda’s envoy, Christine Nkulikiyinka added the icing on the cake with a speech. She stated that Rwanda is a secret paradise with unending adventure and a bevy of experiences that are only unique at the heart of tourism.
Rwanda’s presence was significant representing the East Africa region as well. The country is not as competitive as Tanzania in tourism, though it is an actual competitor in the industry.
She added that Rwanda’s opportunity to be involved in the Travel Fair was a wish list that has come true and will use the platform to lure more tourists to her country.
Rwanda has what it takes to lure potential investors in the market and lure more tourists to its state.
Volcanoes National Park has attracted the media attention since the beginning of the year as the national park continues to refurbish itself. The fair prices will improve the domestic tourism as well as the international tourism sector.
The country as well possesses a variety of cultures that undoubtedly will add class to its tourism sector. Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has stressed out its objectives to make the country more competitive this year.