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Rwanda Cultural Experience;

Despite Rwanda's background especially 1994 tragedy, her culture has stayed untouched since pre-colonial times, Rwanda as a nation surprisingly comprises of only one tribe of Banyarwanda people who share a single language and cultural heritage this explains well as to why their culture has with stood the test of times. Publicly Rwanda celebrates eleven national holidays all year round besides others that are occasionally inserted by the government for example Gorilla Naming ceremony and you can include this item on your cultural safari to Rwanda.

Following a horrifying 1994 Genocide tragedy, the government of Rwanda set aside a week of mourning for her fallen citizens she lost in the genocide this takes place a week following Genocide Memorial Day on 7 April

Just like any other society in Africa, It is what has kept the young men and women active in their culture. Music and move are a great piece of Rwandan services, celebrations, social get-together, and narrating. The most popular customary move is Intore, a very choreographed routine comprising of three parts - the aerial artistry, performed by ladies; the move of saints, performed by men, and the drums. Customarily, music is transmitted orally with styles changing between the social gatherings. Drums are of incredible vitality, the regal drummers having appreciated high status inside the court of the mwami. Drummers generally play together in gatherings of seven or nine.

Rwanda has a developing prevalent music industry, impacted by East African, Congolese and American music. The most prevalent types are hip-jump and R&b, regularly mixed with ragga and move pop. Well known nearby specialists incorporate The Ben and Meddy, both of whom have won honors, and later craftsmen like Miss Shanel, Kitoko, Riderman, Tom Close, King James and others.

Bark cloth and animal skins was the Traditional wear of the Banyarwanda before the coming of the Arabs to Trade with them.

A floor-length skirt with a sash draped over one shoulder was the traditional wear of women in local language it is called "mushanana" It is worn over a tank top or bustier. A traditional hairstyle consists of a bun decorated with beads and tied in place by two ribbons that pass across the forehead and over the bun, crossing above the ear. You can enjoy all this beautiful cultural experience while on a Rwanda safari.

How has Rwanda's Cultural Values and Ethic helped in the upbringing of the Next Generation of Rwanda?

Before the genocide, Rwanda's had no recode of street kids in any way for kids like in any other society are supposed to be brought up under the care of their parents or immediate relatives. But the genocide shattered family bonds living many children orphaned, abused and at the mercy of the on lookers. Unlike her neighbors, Rwanda took a strong stand in eradicating them (Street Kids) from the street. The implementation of this was done by setting up a large orphanage were these kids were raised to be the next Rwandan leaders. As we speak Rwanda is one of the few countries in Africa whose streets have no roaming dirty kinds and beggars for it is of a bad reputation for all other members of the family from which the beggar of the street kid is from.

And Rwanda being a small country in size, it is easy to keep a close watch on each family. It is also violates the cultural values for any child to stay alone away (For example Rent an apartment or a house) from the rest of the family members and if you do it you are given a serious warning from your relative. This is a common mistake that is always done by Rwandese that have returned to the country especially if they were not born in or rose up in the country. Book this Rwanda cultural safari with a Gorilla safari experience