The easiest way to reach Rwanda from the UK is flying with, Rwandair who have a direct flight from London Gatwick to Kigali – though the flight does stop down in Brussels, you do not need to disembark. This flight currently flies three days per week, though the airline plans to add more routes. Therefore, with this direct from London to Rwanda has made the gorilla safari in Rwanda so much easier that you can take and return back to your work.
Alternatively, it is possible to fly from London Heath row to Nairobi, in Kenya, and then connect through to Kigali, in Rwanda. Kenya Airways has an overnight flight to Nairobi which departs London Heath row every evening, arriving in Nairobi typically around 06:30 in the morning. This then connects directly to an onward Kenya Airways flight to Kigali generally arriving there at about 10:30. It is also possible to fly with British Airways which arrives in Nairobi at about 21:00. We can organize for a stay at an economical airport hotel and then on-wards travel the following morning to Kigali.
Alternatively, if you’re coming from a safari holiday in Namibia or Botswana, you can fly from Jo’burg to Nairobi with South African Airways, and then connect through to Kigali with Kenya Airways – after an overnight stop in Nairobi. Rwandair have direct flights from Lusaka in Zambia, and Harare in Zimbabwe, through to Kigali.
From the United States of America, you have two main options for traveling to Rwanda:
You arrange your return flights USA – London and London – USA.
Expert Africa arranges for you the London – Rwanda and Rwanda – London flights and transfers.
We can also utilize low add-on rates for internal flights within the African continent, linked to your international flight ticket. However, make sure you have enough time to connect to your flight to Africa in London.
You organize your flights USA – Rwanda and Rwanda – USA, e.g. via London, and tell us about your flight times and carriers. Expert Africa arranges your travels in Rwanda for you, including any road transfers.