Jean Pierre Bucyensenge of AllAfrica.com published a helpful article today about the Kitabi Cultural Village initiative, which is supported by the USAID-sponsored Nyungwe Nziza and the Rwanda Development Board. He wrote that
“The place is named “Kitabi Cultural Village” and was developed by a local cooperative, the Friends of Nyungwe, under the support of the Rwanda Development Board and the US Agency for International Development (USAID).
It is a unique destination that promotes community-based tourism by involving local communities in the preservation of Rwanda’s culture and heritage.
It offers day trips, king’s hut accommodation, royal ambiance, traditional music and dance, community walk through a tea and banana plantation as well as camping sites.”
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