Cultural VillageJuly 14, 2017 in Rwanda ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C
After yesterday's trek we were grateful for a leisurely 9.30am breakfast (porridge, omelette and ginger tea), and 10.30am departure.
The Iby'Iwacu Cultural Village is a tourist orientated display which employs residents of a former poaching village to display Rwandan heritage, lifestyle, food culture and dance. Each display is accompanied by a demonstration and commentary, and we were invited to participate in the dancing and wedding ceremonies,
It was only a short distance from the lodge, so we were back for lunch at 1.30pm.
We had a free afternoon to pack, wash, read etc, then an information session from Carla, before tea in the restaurant and bed.
Being in the mountains, it's a bit cooler at night, so you have the choice of the staff lighting the fire in your room (each room has an open fire place), or a hot water bottle in your bed. Tonight we chose both!Read more