When visiting Rwanda, handshaking is the most common form of greeting. It is unlikely that visitors will see litter in the streets and as such, littering is very unacceptable. The government of Rwanda also discourages begging and requests that visitors not give money to children who ask. (Programmes have been established to help with this issue). People tend not to smoke or eat in the street as this is considered rude.
French, English and Kinyarwanda are the official languages of Rwanda. English is spoken in most tourist areas, while Kiswahili is used for business.
Just over half of the population of Rwanda are Roman Catholic. Protestantism, Adventist and Islam are also represented while parts of the population still follow traditional indigenous beliefs.
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