Kigali moto ride

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Kigali moto ride

Getting around in the Rwandan capital Kigali is best done by “moto” or motorcycle a form of transportation common in countries in East Africa.

Motorbikes serve as taxis, zooming between cars often squeezing through small gaps with their passengers and their luggage from one part of the city to the other for a relatively affordable and negotiable price.

Kigali city is one of the safest cities in East Africa where you can take a motorbike from one point of the city to the other with a guaranteed helmet on your head as it’s a law in the city.

For the fact when you’re in the car the motorbike ride feels slightly dangerous until you sit on that two-wheel bike with the helmet when you will feel extreme comfort on them.

Why we recommend the moto rides in Kigali city

At endless plains Africa as part of our travel learning and discovery experience, we feel most international tourist need to experience the real life of the destination they are visiting in order to give them the best experience and memories of the particular destination.

Our moto rides are undertaken by trained, trusted and reliable bike rides with an exceptional sense of humour.

The rides usually take 2-3 kilometres and just under an hour and usually, it’s from the end point of your city tour to the lodge, the bike ride will give you an exceptional feeling of this popular means of transport across East Africa.

The other benefit of taking this ride is to promote community tourism amongst the residents of Kigali who may not have the opportunity to face tourists directly like the rangers in Gorilla trekking areas in volcanoes national park, Nyungwe forest national park or Akagera national park, and this also excites the locals and hence promoting a close relationship between tourists and the community.



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