The seeds of Indatwa Festival were planted during the pandemic when the founder of ZaNiheza (a travel marketplace for immersive experiences) was looking for an idea that could bring some revenue.
Indatwa Gala was held in November of 2020. The success of the event and the conversations that ensued led to the creation of Indatwa Festival.
The continent of Africa the second-fastest growing tourism region in the world, with a growth rate of 5.6% after Asia Pacific and against a 3.9% global average growth rate.
Indatwa Festival will explore innovative topics from inspiring speakers to shine light on tourism in Africa.
We are passionate about tech and cultures. The founder of Indatwa Festival is also the founder of ZaNiheza – Africa’s first travel marketplace for cultures.
As of 2020, there are roughly 7.8 billion people in the world. And just over a quarter (26.28 percent) of them are online shoppers. Yet the tours and activities industry remains offline.
Innovative solutions are needed to bring travel experiences online
Rwanda is an ideal host country. Recently, the country hosted the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2022 with 6374 attendees.
Kigali has been ranked the second most popular destination in Africa for hosting international conferences and events by ICCA (International Congress and Convention Association).
We invite you to Kigali, Rwanda for a 2 days event of engaging talks and gala.
Indatwa Festival is Africa’s newest and boldest event. It blends travel tech and culture with a touch of glamour.
Indatwa Talks: Engaging talks on travel tech, content creation, and cultures.
Indatwa Gala: A beautiful dinner to network and enjoy performances by local and international artists.
Indatwa Festival will be held in Kigali, Rwanda.
Indatwa Festival will run from October 24th – 25th, 2024
Rwanda is easily accessible by plane. There are daily flights that connect Kigali with other capitals of the sub-region and intercontinental flights that allow passenger traffic between Europe, the Middle East, and other continents, directly or with a connection.