This 5 Days Uganda cultural safari tour will take you to two stunning locations, where you’ll spend the next five days getting to know the country’s various cultures. Uganda, the pearl of Africa, is not only known for having the world’s largest population of mountain gorillas, but it is also rich in cultures, with the majority of cultural sites located in Kampala, Mbarara, and Jinja. This 5 day Uganda cultural safari tour will take you into Kampala, Mbarara, and Jinja to explore various cultural sites. The Buganda Kabaka’s palace, known as Lubiri, the Kasubi tombs, Sezibwa Falls, the Uganda museum, and other popular attractions are just a few of the places you can visit during this 5-day cultural our of Uganda.
5 Days Uganda cultural safari tour, The park is home to a very diverse range of bird species, many of which are kingfishers. Kibale National park is among the ten national parks in Uganda. It is situated at the southern edges of the huge rift valley in the western region of the nation. Tropical rain forests, flatland, savanna grassland, and woodlands (particularly in places adjacent to the rift valley) predominate throughout the park. With certain tree species said to be more than 200 years old, Kibale forest is one of the oldest in all of Africa. Some of the tallest tree species in Africa may be found in the forest, some of which tower at 55 meters. Exceptional biodiversity abounds in Kibale National Park. Kibale is home to approximately 70 different species of mammals and 375 different bird species, although primates are the most notable. Chimpanzees and 12 species of monkeys are present.
On the morning of the first day of the safari, a representative from our company will pick you up from your hotel in Kampala or another nearby location. You will then be briefed as you drive to Mengo Hill and directly to Bulange, where the parliament of the Buganda kingdom meets to discuss important issues pertaining to the Buganda kingdom. You will learn about the history of the Lubiri palace, which was once a palace to the Kabaka Mwanga of the Buganda kingdom, as well as the Kabaka’s Lake and all the other lovely attractions in this region while you are in Lubiri.
On this day of your Uganda cultural tour, you will be picked up from your hotel in Kampala and taken to Kasubi Hill, where you can explore the kings of the Buganda kingdom’s burial grounds.
Ndere Cultural Center: The Ndere cultural troupe will entertain you with a fascinating performance in the evening at the Ndere Cultural Center. Traditional dances and drama from various cultural groups and tribes make up the entirety of this entertainment. This will be the ideal way to wrap up your cultural tour of Uganda. After dinner, spend the night at the lodge.
Uganda National Museum: On the third day of your safari, after breakfast, you will meet your Uganda safari driver for a ride to the Kamwokya where the Uganda National Museum is located. The Uganda National Museum is regarded as the oldest and most gorgeous museum in all of East Africa with an ethnographic record of various cultural customs, musical instruments, and the complete lifestyle history of various cultures in Uganda. You can look at musical instruments, animal skulls, and other artifacts while visiting the museum’s various huts, each of which depicts a different tribe’s way of life in Uganda.
Sezibwa falls: On the third day of your Uganda cultural tour, you will visit the Uganda Museum, have lunch, and then travel straight from Mukono to Sezibwa Waterfalls. The majority of Baganda visit the sezibwa falls to pray to their gods for a fruit of the womb and wealth because they believe that these water falls were produced by a woman, which has a significant impact on their daily lives. Later, you’ll travel back to Kampala to eat and stay the night.
Igongo Cultural Center: Following breakfast at your hotel, you will meet your driver and travel to western Uganda to learn more about the Ankole culture. The Bachwezi founded the Ankole dynasty in 1500 among the Banyankore, who are renowned for being cattle keepers. While on a cultural tour in Uganda, it is worthwhile to stop by this area with its lovely people and surroundings. After arriving, you will be taken to the Igongo Cultural Center, where you will spend the rest of the day engaging in cultural activities like touring the Ankole Museum and hiking Eclipse Hill.
Finally, the day has come to leave. After breakfast, check out of your hotel at the Igongo Cultural Center, where you will then meet your safari driver to begin the journey back to Kampala via the Equator, where you can take some eye-catching pictures and conduct some experiments. When you arrive in Kampala, you will either be dropped off at the hotel or taken straight to Entebbe International Airport to catch a flight back to your starting point.
There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write one.