Mawanga Rock Art
Mawanga Rock Art is one of the main Rock Art sites on the Lake Victoria islands. The rock art on the island consists of geometrical paintings that were made between 2000 and 4000 years ago by the Twa-hunter-gatherers who inhabited the place initially. Today, the site of the rock art is inhabited by the Suba people who used the sites for rain making as recently as the 1980s. Another Rock Art site that you can explore on the island is the Kwitone Rock Art site.