- All travellers are required to present a negative COVID-19 test certificate upon arrival. The test must be a Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test, with the sample collected within 72 hours of boarding your flight to Rwanda.
- All Travellers must complete a Passenger Locator Form online. On completion of the form, travellers will be provided with a Unique Health Code (UHC) which you must present on arrival.
- Presentation of Covid-19 PCR negative certificate and Unique Health Code (UHC).
- All arrivals will be tested for Covid-19 at a cost of USD $60. You must then proceed to your pre-booked quarantine hotel for 24 hours to await your results after which you are free to continue with your holiday.
- Tourists are required to take a PCR test 72 hours prior to visiting a National Park (except for Akagera). Tourists visiting Akagera are required to take a rapid antigen test, available at numerous walk-in clinics in Kigali. No tourist will be admitted to any National Park without a valid negative test result.
- PCR Testing can easily be arranged in Kigali for onward travel, we recommend you add at least one night at the end of your trip to account for this testing.
- There is no specific requirement for exit of Rwanda, however it is likely your home country or next travel country will require a test. In addition, many airlines also require testing and you should consult their websites for the requirements.
- There is currently no exemption to the rules for fully vaccinated passengers.