Pottery was first used in Rwanda around the 9th century BC, according to the most ancient estimates. The Batwa's traditional moldering has not improved, but many potters have gained new techniques for working with clay, piling, decoration, and shooting.
However, pottery is their ancestors' heritage and ancestral practice, which inspired them to share their knowledge with curious tourists.
Walk about 6 kilometers one way from Bralirwa, following the Congo Nile trail. As a tourist, you will have a one-of-a-kind chance to learn how Rwandans make their own household materials out of clay.
- Traditional food making experience
- Experience daily life of rural people
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