One of the major intersections in Kigali is currently undergoing a massive transformation that will see the popular area change forever. Giporoso is the name of the area, arguably one of the busiest cross-sections in the country.

According to historians, the religious denomination was one of the first to set up a presence in the area. To date, it owns a large chunk of the land in the area, home to St Peter’s Church, a school and a commercial complex. Giporoso is also the gateway to Kigali International Airport and Eastern Province which links the country to neighbouring countries of Tanzania and Uganda.

The suburb also boasts of a popular bar, restaurants and a busy commercial centre that has also expanded rapidly over the last few years. Besides the establishments by the Anglican Church, the area has a mosque and multiple gas stations. It also has one of the biggest and busiest bus parks and a market all within a few square metres.

The Giporoso and Remera area, in general, has the highest occupancy rate of 93.1 per cent, followed by Nyabugogo and Kacyiru at 89.5 per cent and 89.3 per cent respectively.

Neza SAFARIS used third party resources including The New Times Rwanda and KT Press to come up with this virtual tour that will arouse your love for Remera to those who have great memories of the place including the person typing this piece of the article;

Remera Giporoso | Neza SAFARIS
Giporoso
Remera Giporoso | Neza SAFARIS
Giporoso
Remera Giporoso | Neza SAFARIS
Giporoso Remera
Remera Giporoso | Neza SAFARIS
Fuchsia bar locally known as kwa Jules
Remera Giporoso | Neza SAFARIS
Makumba bar Remera
Remera Giporoso | Neza SAFARIS
Plan B bar also known as kwa Hirwa
Remera Giporoso | Neza SAFARIS
514 Bar Kisementi
Remera Giporoso | Neza SAFARIS
The Mirror hotel view
Remera Giporoso | Neza SAFARIS
New Kisementi roundabout