Safari Highlights Coming face to face with the elusive Mountain Gorillas in their natural habitats A thrilling encounter with the delightful chimpanzees and watching them as they make awesome acrobatic maneuvers in the tree branches Discovering Africa’s other primates and…explore
Rwanda is known as Land of thousand hills travellers come from far and wide to catch a glimpse
Of magnificent gorillas yet there is much more to see and experience.
Rwanda is country of mainly three groups of people these are the Hutu, tutsi and the Twa.
The culture of Rwanda is varied. Unlike many countries in Africa. Rwanda has been a unified state since pre-colonial times populated by the Banyarwanda people who share a single language and Cultural heritage.
Music and dance are essential part of Rwandan ceremonies, celebration, social gathering and storytelling. The most well – known traditional dance is the umushagirira, or cow dance performed by women, the or dance or heroes, performed by men, and the drumming, also traditionally
Performed by men on drums known as Ingoma. Music is transmitted varying between orally, with styles varying between the social groups.