According to the most ancient estimations, pottery was first seen in Rwanda around the 9 century BC. The traditional moldering by the Batwa has not changed, while many potters however have acquired today modern tools for working on clay, mounting, decoration and firing.
Walk around 6 km from near Blarirwa passing on Congo Nile trail and visit the association and offer visitors a unique opportunity to learn how Rwandan make their own house hold materials using clay. You join them and mix the clay, sand and water and make a handmade craft by your choice. This creative experience is family friendly with children able to participate and enjoy.
Later after finishing the experience, you learn more about their history and dance together and back either by walk or vehicle.
- Traditional food making experience
- Experience daily life of rural people
24 hours before