8 Days Uganda Cultural Experience


Uganda is a culturally diverse nation. The Ugandan culture is made up of a wide variety of ethnicities, languages, foods, people, beliefs, and other traditional customs. Uganda cultural tours offer the chance to discover, enjoy, and gain knowledge of the country’s undiscovered culture. Through this tour, you will have the opportunity to learn about Uganda’s fascinating history, from its pre-colonial times to its post-independence and post-colonial eras. The cultures and traditions of Uganda are diverse. A Harvard University study named it the most diverse nation on the planet. If you want to see the “real” Uganda, you must include cultural safaris in your travel plans or at the very least, stop by a local community for a night or a few hours to learn about their way of life, participate in music and dance, or just take in the sights. You can only get the kind of experience from visiting a community that you can’t get from reading or watching TV. You can also request the chance to participate in specific ceremonies, and these can be sought out when possible.

Tour highlights

  • Arrival & transfer – Murchison falls national park.
  • Morning game drive & boat cruise
  • Morning game drive and transfer – moroto.
  • Full day Pian Upe
  • Transfer – Mbale.
  • Hike to Mount Elgon national park and traditional experience
  • Transfer – Jinja and white water rafting experience.
  • Departure for Kampala city tour

    Price Includes:

  • Safari Inclusions and Exclusions
  • Accommodation and meals
  • Bottled drinking water
  • Professional English speaking driver and guide
  • Entrance fees to the destinations
  • A 4×4 safari vehicle

    Price Excludes:

  • Tips
  • Visa fees and Air tickets
  • Payment transfer fees
  • All items of personal nature like laundry, phone calls, beer, etc.

Itinary in details

You will be picked up from your hotel by our driver-guide and transported to Murchison Falls National Park. Drive through the famed Luwero Triangle and Masindi Town in the north-west before turning off to visit the Zziwa Rhino sanctuary for a guided rhino walk and picnic lunch. After that, you’ll travel to the Murchison Falls National Park while taking in the sights en route to your lodge.

After breakfast, your guide will take you on a game drive to see animals like the elephant, lion, Cape buffalo, Rothschild’s giraffe, hartebeest, waterbuck, oribi, bushbuck, and hyena, among others. If you’re lucky, you might also see the lion then head back to the hotel for lunch. Take a relaxing boat ride upstream along the Victoria Nile to the base of the falls after lunch, stopping only a few meters from the “Devil’s Cauldron.” Admire the ferocious hippos, crocodiles, elephants, waterbuck, and Uganda Kob as you travel. Numerous bird species can also be found in this area, including the Goliath heron, Egyptian goose, pelican bee-eater, kingfisher, hornbill, cormorant, and the endangered shoebill stork. Following the cruise, you’ll go on a hike to the top of the fall. You will witness the violent explosion of the world’s longest river as it crashes through a small crack in the Rift Valley escarpment and plunges 43 meters into a foaming pool. You can take a transfer back to the lodge from where your driver/guide is waiting.

After an early breakfast, you will take one final morning game drive through the park before heading to Moroto with lunch in between. Even though the wildlife becomes less visible as the journey goes on, the lengthy trip is worthwhile because you get to see a lot of amazing vegetation. Arrive in Moroto in the late evening, check into your hotel, and unwind the rest of the evening.

Even though their way of life is often misunderstood, the Karamojong are proud of their distinctive traditional way of life. Since they have resisted formal education and modernization, clung to their traditional beliefs, rejected outside religions such as, and relied on Akuj, the only God they worship, the Karamojong are seen by other Ugandans as being backward, uneducated, and subject to strong prejudice. You will have the opportunity to observe this group of people’s way of life, take part in their cultural dances, and visit one of their manyattas, or homesteads. You will transfer back to the hotel following the day’s activities for dinner and an evening of relaxation.

After a leisurely breakfast, you will travel to Mbale while having lunch along the way. The Ugandan equator will be a stopover where you can get some great photos. With Wagagai as its highest peak, Mount Elgon is an extinct volcano that rises 4,321 meters above sea level. It first erupted more than 24 million years ago. When you arrive in the evening, our guide will deliver you to the hotel where you can eat and unwind for the rest of the evening.

Our guide will pick you up this morning after breakfast for an exciting trip to Mount Elgon National Park. After that, you’ll embark on an exhilarating hike to the highest peak, where you can see a variety of unusual forest monkeys, tiny antelopes, as well as enormous elephants and buffalo. A few of the thrilling attractions the Elgon region has to offer are the unusual Sipi waterfalls, enormous ancient Stone Age cave paintings close to the Budadiri trail head, picturesque mountain peaks, hot springs that bubble up at 4800c, and gorges. Following lunch, you will return to the hotel before going on an exciting coffee experience. Learn how the renowned Arabic coffee is produced locally from start to finish while taking part in the process. You will also have the opportunity to see the renowned Imbalu dance, a traditional Bagisu performance that marks the transition of young boys into men.

You will depart the hotel following breakfast and travel to Jinja, the source of the Nile. There is plenty of adventure along the way, and the trip only lasts two hours. A thorough briefing and fitting for the special rafting equipment precede the start of the rafting at the Source of the Nile at 9:30 am. No prior rafting experience is necessary, and the rafting is done on an 18-kilometer stretch of the Nile River. The White Nile’s breathtaking scenery, raging rapids, and amazing bird life can all be enjoyed while you drift silently between them. After the rafting, you’ll enjoy a barbecue and drinks before heading back to your lodge for dinner and the night.

After breakfast, depart from the hotel and travel to Kampala, where you can take a city tour. A vehicle ride, a walking tour, or a bicycle safari is an options. The Baha’i Temple, the Kasubi Royal Tombs, the renowned Gadaffi Mosque, the Uganda Martyrs Namugongo Shrine, the taxi park, and various malls like the Victoria Mall and Acacia Mall are just a few of the locations you’ll get to see. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to go to various eateries and sample a variety of savory dishes. Additionally, you’ll have the chance to go shopping for trinkets and tour the Uganda Museum. After all activities are done you will be dropped to the Airport or Hotel.

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