Musanze Caves were unveiled by Rwanda Development Board (RDB), in partnership with the Rwanda Defence Forces in the year 2013 for tourism activities.
The Musanze caves were improved in such way that there are visitor footpaths and trails, stairways and other protection procedures for tourists. The dark interiors of the caves demonstrate an image of a bigger home with numerous corridors and rooms. The caves floors are concreted and there are some staircases for the easiness of walking.
These Volcanic caves, assumed to have formed as a result of volcanic explosion many years ago offer a profound understanding of the geographical and earthly ancient development of the earth. Musanze caves are found in the volcanic province of Rwanda where various volcanic emission flow layers ranging from 65 million years ago to create the Albertine Rift Valley. The Musanze Caves cover a distance of two kilometres long beneath.
The caves have plenty of explorations to be enjoyed in the area like the Buhanga Eco-park identified for the former Rwandan kings coronations. The panoramic sight of the twin lakes, Lake Burera and Lake Ruhondo are awesome. Visiting Musanze Caves can be supplementary tour activity done after Bisoke Volcano climbing, trekking to Dian Fossey grave, Karisimbi Volcano climbing, tracking golden monkeys plus the celebrated mountain gorilla tracking safaris in Rwanda.