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$50 per person


Duration: 3 hours
Group Size: 1 - 20 people
Difficulty: Moderate
Start Time: 8am, 9am, 10am, or 1pm
Weekly: Sun - Sat
Seasons: Jan - Dec


English Level: High
Languages: English, French, Kinyarwanda


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Everything you need.

What you should bring

Camera, water, umbrella, spending money.

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The Entrepreneurs of Kigali with Faustin

  1. Rwanda
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  3. Kigali Province
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  5. Kigali

Can't decide which Vayando entrepreneur you'd like to spend some time with? No problem. How about a short visit several of the talented entrepreneurs featured on Vayando?

On the Entrepreneurs of Kigali experience Faustin will take you to meet 3 or 4 of Vayando's featured entrepreneurs. You'll get to spend about 30-45 minutes with each entrepreneur, then hop back on your moto-taxi, or car taxi and head to the next. During this time you'll get to view their spaces, watch them work, ask questions, take photos, and get a brief introduction to their unique work.

This is a great opportunity to jump on a moto-taxi (or car taxi) and bounce around Kigali with Faustin to see what Vayando's entrepreneurs are up to that day.

"I enjoy working with Vayando because I like to travel, meet new people, and help entrepreneurs to grow. I learn more about the world, including Rwanda - my home, each time I work with travelers. "
- Faustin

About Faustin

In November 2017 I completed an MBA at Kigali Independent University. I have a bachelor degree from the National University of Rwanda. I like traveling, reading, and I'm a passionate football fan.

Work Experience

Faustin Sibomana was born in Democratic Republic of Congo where his parents were refugees. After the genocide against Tutsis he returned to Rwanda where completed his bachelor of Economics at the National University of Rwanda. In November 2017, Faustan completed his MBA at Kigali Independent University. Faustin has worked in diverse domains, from restaurant, hotel, bank, consulting firms and this allowed him to travel in different corners of Rwanda; rural and urban areas. He got also to work and meet with diverse people; nationals and expatriates. Faustin currently works with Vayando as a guide, translater, facilitator, but mostly coordinates travelers’ visits to local entrepreneurs. He likes to travel, read and watch football games.