Here, reformed poachers have come together to showcase the traditional Rwandan way of life.
Visitors can gain entrance for $20 and are treated to song and dance performances (which can go on for 30 minutes at a time), a tour of the village, including the King's spacious abode, and various demonstrations from archery to grinding millet.
There is even an option to spend the night.
View of Muhabura volcano (4,127 meters)
Ominous clouds gather over Volcanoes National Park
Peter captures the moment, while the locals look on
The dancers prepare for another performance
Theatrics played a role in the dance, but the storyline was lost on me
The little guy in leopard print imitates a gorilla, given away by the fact that he stuffs grass in his mouth and starts scratching himself.
To learn more about the Iby'Iwacu Cultural Village, check out this story by Rwanda Eco-Tours.