Learning about the culture and customs of other people is one of the great experiences of travel. . Here Rwanda’s past and present come alive and real with visitors having hands on cultural experiences that for many are most meaningful. The countries culture begins from starts as soon as you set afoot in its boundaries. You’ll be greeted by the warmth of the Rwandan people as soon you arrive. Villages led projects offering services such as accommodation, traditional gastronomy, eco-tourism and cultural activities. A fair-trade logic applies, so tourists pay a fair price in exchange for high quality and often unique products and services, within a context of transparency and equality. For tourists it is a genuine and rich experience. They get to know the local traditions, get involved in cultural activities and have the opportunity to see unspoilt nature and eco-systems.
Communities also express culture through music dance and drama where tourists are entertains by traditional songs and dances. Traditional songs are often accompanied by a solitary lulunga a sharp like instrument with eight strings. Iby’Iwacu cultural village in Musanze, National Museum of Rwanda are places with live dance performances from different troupes like Intore dance troupes. However, today their exciting act can be arranged at short notice through the National Museum in Huye. Learn about our traditions and help us remember the past.
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