Iby’Iwacu cultural village is a cultural heritage site located near Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda. The village is home to the indigenous Banyarwanda people, who are known for their traditional way of life, customs, and beliefs.
Visitors to Iby’Iwacu cultural village can learn about the culture of the Banyarwanda people through a range of interactive activities, including:
- Traditional dance and music: You can watch traditional dances and musical performances, and even participate in them yourself.
- Craft demonstrations: You can observe local artisans as they demonstrate traditional crafts such as basket weaving and pottery making.
- Home visits: You can visit local homes and learn about daily life in the village, including food preparation, social customs, and more.
- Hiking: You can take a guided hike in the surrounding hills and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Virunga volcanoes.
Iby’Iwacu cultural village offers a unique and authentic cultural experience for visitors to Rwanda. It also provides a source of income for the local community through tourism and supports the preservation of their cultural heritage.
Visitors are encouraged to respect the local customs and traditions and to engage in a responsible and sustainable manner while visiting Iby’Iwacu cultural village.