Uganda’s culture is as extraordinary as its wildlife – from the hunter-gatherer Batwa pygmies who have inhabited the dense forests of the south-west for thousands of years; to the cattle-herding, semi-nomadic Karamojong of the expansive northern plains; and the Batoro who farm the verdant slopes of the Rwenzori Mountains in the west.

Each community has its own language, traditions, dance, music and craft, and some even retain their own monarchy. Through the cultural activities offered on this site, visitors can now discover the country’s rich cultural heritage through music, crafts and cooking, and give something back to the welcoming residents of Uganda each time they book a community-based tour.

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