AKAGERA NATIONAL PARK
The culture of Rwanda is varied. Unlike many other countries in Africa, Rwanda has been a unified state since precolonial times, populated by the Banyarwanda people who share a single language and cultural heritage. Eleven regular national holidays are observed throughout the year, with others occasionally inserted by the government.
Music and dance are an integral part of Rwandan ceremonies, festivals, social gatherings, and storytelling. The most famous traditional dance is Intore, a highly choreographed routine consisting of three components – the ballet, performed by women; the dance of heroes, performed by men, and the drums. Traditionally, music is transmitted orally with styles varying between the social groups. Drums are of great importance, the royal drummers having enjoyed high status within the court of the mwami.
INYAMBO '' COWS ''
Rwandans are much attached to cows, given traditional values of it in a Rwandan society, men give cows to the family of their future bride so they can be allowed to marry, female dancers will always dance imitating the way cows move in group or solo, big horns cows ” Inyambo” were cows only for the king.