The natural resources of Rwanda make it a tourist destination with a mountain gorilla as the leading and top attraction.
Rwanda is unfortunately remembered as the Land of the genocide, which dominated the world’s headlines in 1994. The general public, still remembers these atrocities, and nothing, not even time can heal them
The the1994 genocide put Rwanda’s tourism industry at a standstill. With all the political instabilities, the country has healed and tourist arrivals are increasing annually for adventure safaris. The richness of Rwandan culture is apparent in the wide range of crafts and the deep-rooted love of oral traditions such as proverbs, songs, and chants. The people are known for their epics songs and dynastic poetry chronicling their origin.
Rwanda people have a variety of music and dance which range from acts that demonstrate epics communicating excellence and bravery, humorous lyrics.