Rwanda Vision underscores Tourism, Conservation and Community based Eco tourism and as the key drivers of our country’s prosperity, Amahoro Tours implemented a resourceful Community Program to support the local community in Rwanda. Red Rocks, thus promoting social, environmental and economic benefits, lifting people out of poverty and resources that once seemed out of reach. Red […]
Enjoy seeing beautiful sceneries and talking to the Villagers in their daily routines. You may decide to bike towards the main town where you can stop for any bargains before heading back to Red Rocks wooden bike history. This ingeniously crafted wooden bike is admired by tourists visiting Rwanda. The wooden bike, also known as […]
Red Rocks offers a number of activities with an opportunity to experience Rwandan traditional living and what makes it authentic. Get practical experience on Grinding millet and sorghum on the local grinding stone to make food and beer.
Spend an overnight with a friendly Rwandan family, eat local food (helping to prepare dinner which will introduce you to the different varieties of available local food), see how people live and by listening to evening stories get involved in their everyday life cycle. The opportunity to experience real Rwandan life and feel the authentic […]
This tour will gives you a unique platform to understand the inside way of the Rwandan cultural and History norms. As you listen to personal stories from different individuals in society it’s like watching the worlds they have lived pass you by, but repulsing as people with smiles share anticipations of a better future and […]
Red rocks Inter cultural village offers unique Rwandese culture through daily life activities & knowledge on the environment, poetry, folklores, dancing, and singing.
Red Rocks community life experiences give visitors to Rwanda the unique opportunity to really connect and gain insight into the life of rural Rwandans and their families. Through a range of different cultural experience days, you get to not only see something of the beauty and rigors of daily life, but also experience it.
Another great way to support traditional Rwandan craft is to do some fair trade shopping! The Red Rocks Art Center showcases beautiful hand-crafted jewellery, bags, and home goods. Red Rocks is committed to long term collaboration, fair pay, and sustainability.
Become part of a village family daily chores by beginning the morning in the gardens cutting grass for the farm animals and getting out in the fields for a seasonal agricultural activity. You will love sitting with community guide for a chat after a pretty much physical minutes in the gardens.
This is a fascination field tour that will introduce to you herbs and plants that help to cure different ailments. When it comes to ethno botany, it’s about historically people who used to live in the forest. They were removed from the forest, they did not go far,and because this is the land they know. […]