WHAT CAN I DO AT IBY'IWACU CULTURAL VILLAGE-UGANDA
Iby’iwacu cultural village is a cultural village set in Musanze district near Volcanoes National Park. Iby’iwacu is a local Kinyarwanda word that means “the treasure of our home.” Iby’ Iwacu is a cultural village showcasing all cultural practices of the three Rwandan tribes, which include the Tutsi, Hutu, and Batwa.
Iby’Iwacu cultural village offers several tourist activities where tourists can participate, and these tourist activities include learning how to prepare Kinyarwanda traditional foods and performing eight different traditional dances such as Intore, Ingoma, Ikembe, and Amakondera, among many others.
Travelers can also engage themselves in the community walk, check out the former king’s palace, take a visit to the traditional herbalists and clinics, and look out for the Batwa pottery that makes your walks a fascinating activity. Exploring the Iby’iwacu cultural village is where nature meets cultural experience.