How Rwanda’s Ancient Caves Are Delivering New Hope
There’s no need to hide. While the Musanze caves once sheltered members of the victimized Tutsi community during Rwanda’s genocide in 1994, the 32 caverns have since become a tourist attraction. Foot traffic through the ancient caves, which stretch more than a mile across the foothills of Volcanoes National Park, is helping to boost the local economy through an influx of cash and job creation. But it’s also promoting a more positive image of Rwanda, turning terrifying recent memories into a source of hope.