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Gisenyi – Not only bordering Lake Kivu…

Gisenyi – Not only bordering Lake Kivu…

…But also the D.R.C –  the Democratic Republic of Congo! We left Kigali early on Saturday towards Gisenyi. The ride itself is comparably long but that didn’t really matter since the landscape on the way was really pretty and it never became boring. Once we arrived in Gisenyi, a small town by Lake Kivu, we checked in and went straight to the lake. The town itself doesn’t offer that much but the lake is beautiful! We had lunch right by the beach and watched local fishermen, played some volleyball and just enjoyed the chilled lake atmosphere. In the afternoon however, we went on a small adventure as we walked towards Congo! We could literally see into Goma, the DRC town right next to the border. Even though we were not allowed to enter because we didn’t have the correct visa, it was still very exciting! On the way back we passed two local weddings and went back to the beach for dinner. The next day started with a boat tour on Lake Kivu towards their methan platform, the DRC border again and then back to the beach. Views were constantly amazing, especially with the huge and still active Nyiragongo volcano in the background! We returned to Kigali in the evening and had another a great weekend escape by relaxing, discovering and getting connected!

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