Since the last glacial period, modern humans have gathered and hunted in the verdant hills and plains of Rwanda. Their descendants, the Twa, are still integral to the country’s culture and landscape. Humans from all over the globe now come to see Rwanda’s cultural and wildlife treasures. The spirit of Umuganda (coming together to achieve a common purpose) has replaced the tragic loss of the ’90s. Fossey’s beloved gorillas are protected by the foundation that bears her name, and we view them in their natural habitat with mixed feelings of respect and awe. Drumming infuses Rwanda’s music, from its ancient royal courts to the Dance of Heroes. Imigongo is evidence that Rwandans can turn anything into a work of art. Rwanda: come and see what you’ve been missing!