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The experience surpasses itself by transforming sustainable development projects in Rwanda into enriching experiences for travelers

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The experience surpasses itself by transforming sustainable development projects in Rwanda into enriching experiences for travelers

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The House of DreamMaker is the world’s premier experiential travel design boutique, providing customers with boundless wonder for more than three decades.

PARIS, France, September 23, 2021 / APO Group / –

The House of DreamMaker (https://HouseofDreamMaker.com), the world’s most creative experiential travel and events curator, makes return and sustainability especially fun for American and Rwandan travelers in their interactions, creating for a Texan family a heartwarming, one-of-a-kind experience engaging in an activity they might not have otherwise considered.

Travelers who skirt the tough obstacles laden with Covid-19 to experience the incredible Gorilla trekking in Rwanda, wonder what to do in Rwanda’s volcanic landscapes where options are limited to nature walks, bike rides, and more. Experientiality, one of the many shops at The House of DreamMaker, likes this kind of challenge. As the company continues to give back to communities wherever it welcomes its travelers, it’s another matter of trying to get its wealthy clients thinking about planting trees, when all they need to do is write a check in. their mind. That’s why Gregory Patrick, “The Dreammaker”, likes to design entertaining experiences while creating immersive interaction with locals.

In this case, the family’s day begins with a drive to a local village where they witnessed an impromptu demonstration of Procter & Gamble’s miracle water purification sachets – cleaning up a gallon of water that would normally be nearby. to kill a bull.

Before their incredulous eyes, the water turned into perfectly clean drinking water, free from parasites and bacteria; something they would have to walk 30 minutes to get each day. The experience then thrilled amazed onlookers with a stash of packages they can save for the days that leave them without water.

Converting the mud to water was the easy part. Now, how do you get them on their knees to plant trees? The experiment designed what they call their “fruit tree ambush” – the family are taken to random homes with “imishanana” (formal dress) gifts for the ladies of the house, a shirt for their children. husbands and city pastries for children. Not a bad start.

As the owner begins to understand why there are 20 Rwandan workers holding shovels in their garden, let alone a Westerner with a big smile asking permission to plant fruit trees in their garden, it becomes clear that these are not. not debt collectors. Once the initial shock has passed, the family designates their future garden of fruit trees and after 30 minutes of laughter, the family heads for the next “ambush”.

The House of DreamMaker is the world’s premier experiential travel design boutique, providing customers with limitless wonder for more than three decades. The design house is known for its traveling butlers, outrageous and often daring experience designs, and has its own charitable foundation that is funded only by a generous percentage of its income, much of which is in the form of ‘experiential donations. “.

The design house has recently funded and / or contracted to fund several NGOs in Asia, ranging from providing boats for children to avoid swimming at school, to planting seedlings (with a three-year maintenance) for 160 trees and associated environmental initiatives, and the creation of organic gardens to feed around 1,800 people.

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