We want to help people around the world find out more about the Batwa people. Our blog posts provide information on the history of the Batwa, what has happened since their eviction and their hopes for the future.

  • Batwa Experience

    Murubindi Batwa drama group is one of the best entertaining Batwa drama groups. They are organized and are well trained in different styles of dancing that is; modern and traditional cultural dances. The drama members are so talented in dancing that you should not miss enjoying their amusing entertainments. #planYourVisitToTheBatwa...

  • Upcoming- Batwa Museum

    About Rwamahano Batwa Centre The centre was established in 1994 and is located about 50 Km away from Kabale town, it is found in Ikamiro Parish- Muko sub county- Kabale District. The centre is located on a hill and on borders of Echuya forest. The centre is viable for tourism...

  • Songs for Survival

    The Batwa were original dwellers of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest but, when the Ugandan government stepped in in the early 1990s to designate the land as a National Park, the indigenous people were evicted. With no land rights, no compensation and no support to resettle, they faced an uncertain future....

  • Keeping the Batwa Traditions Alive

    As one of the oldest peoples in Uganda, the Batwa have a strong and vibrant cultural history. They are known for their crafts, their songs, their dancing and their story telling. Once a core part of their life in the rainforest, now their culture provides an opportunity for the displaced...

  • Forays into the Forest

    The beguiling Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is not only beautiful; it is also home to an astounding range of flora and fauna. Mountain gorillas are the main draw; it is home to around half of the world’s remaining population. But visitors are starting to find another route into magic of the...