Rwanda, also known as the “land of a thousand hills,” is a mountainous nation bordering Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, and Tanzania. It is situated on the far western edge of the Rift Valley. From relatively flat plains in the east near the Tanzanian border to steep mountains in the west near the Congo and Nile rivers, Rwanda is predominately a mountainous country.
Rwanda Cultural Safari allows visitors to interact with the local community and visit Rwanda’s cultural sites. Visitors have the chance to participate in the music, dance, drama, and folktales that are performed in a particular area or home of Rwanda. They gain knowledge of cultural values, take part in traditional food preparation, and then eat wholesome, organic meals.
Because so many people in Rwanda share similar cultures and traditions, culture serves as a crucial unifying force in the nation. Every nation has its own culture, traditions, and social mores. Rwanda, like every other nation, is proud of its distinctive cultural and traditional practices, dances, and musical performances which attracts number of tourist. The unifying power of music and dance in Rwanda is evident during celebrations, ceremonies, storytelling, and social gatherings.
Today, you will be picked up from your hotel very early in the morning to go for the National Museum and national museum. This will provide you with the chance to learn more about Rwandan culture and history. Later on in the afternoon, you’ll go see the bomas and discover more about this neighborhood.
Today, you’ll travel to the Nyamata and Ntarama churches to learn more about their respective histories and then you’ll go to the Millennium Village, a replica village where the genocide’s perpetrators and victims congregate to work together. Later, you’ll eat lunch and travel to Musanze. In the evening you will return back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
This morning, you’ll travel to the Iby’iwacu neighborhood to learn more about Rwanda and its cultures. A visit to this community will provide you with a better understanding of Rwandan culture. You will visit the caves later in the afternoon. It is thought that volcanic activity 60 million years ago created the caves.
Today you’ll learn more about making beer from bananas by joining the locals. After lunch, you will later set out on the 3-hour journey back to Kigali to catch your flight back home.
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