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Overview of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda

The 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour features a representation for all the major cultures of Uganda. The safari does not leave out the indigenous cultures like the Indigenous Karimojng of the north eastern Uganda and the Batwa People of the south western Uganda. It is an exciting experience to explore the Imbalu heritage of the Bagisu people, the heritage of Buganda Kingdom including the Kasubi tomb which is a world heritage site, the King’s Palace, the King’s Lake which is manmade, the Naggalabi Coronation site, Wamala tombs and Ssezibwa falls. The safari features the Acholi Culture, the pastoralist Karimojong culture, the Banyankole Culture, the Bakonjo culture, the Batooro Culture and the Basoga. It takes you all-round Uganda and generates life time memories.

Imbalu Circumcision ceremony among the Bagisu

Safari Highlight of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda

Day 1 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Do Cultural tour in Kampala City; explore the Kasubi tombs, the Kabaka’s palace (Lubiri), Kabaka’s Lake, Uganda National Museum & the craft centers

Day 2 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Tour the Naggalabi Coronation Site & Wamala Tombs in Wakiso district

Day 3 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Tour the Kagulu hill & make a stop at Ssezibwa Falls

Day 4 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Mbale and attend to Imbalu circumcision preparations in the afternoon

Day 5 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Whole day encounter of Imbalu Circumcision ceremony among the Bagisu

Day 6 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Drive to Kidepo National Park

Day 7 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Whole day cultural tour to the Pastoralist Karimojong

Day 8 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Explore the Indigenous Karimojong in the Morungole Mountains

Day 9 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Murchison Falls National Park

Day 10 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Whole day exploration of the Acholi Culture

Day 11 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Hoima. Visit the Kibiro salt Gardens en route & Bunyoro Palace and royal tomb of King Kabalega upon arrival in Hoima

Day 12 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Fort Portal. Tour the Amabere g’ Nyinamwiru Caves and the Fort Portal Crater Lake Area

Day 13 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Visit the Royal Palace of Toro, the Karambi Royal Tomb & attend Batooro name giving ceremony

Day 14 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Kasese, Visit the Rwenzori Art foundation and the Ruboni community

Day 15 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Day 16 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Do Batwa Heritage trail

Day 17 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Do Coffee tours on the shores of Lake Mutanda

Day 18 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park, visit the 1520AD Eclipse monument & Igongo Cultural Museum en route

Day 19 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Whole day Banyankole Cultural exploration at Enyemebwa Center

Day 20 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Kampala & depart


Detailed Safari Itinerary of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda

Day 1 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Do Cultural tour in Kampala City; explore the Kasubi tombs, the Kabaka’s palace (Lubiri), Kabaka’a Lake, Uganda National Museum & the craft centers

After breakfast, embark on the cultural tour with in Kampala city. You explore the cultural sites of Buganda Kingdom which is one of the last surviving intact and large Kingdoms in Africa. The tour also exposes to the heritage sites of national significance. You explore the Kasubi tomb which is a world heritage site and a burial ground for the Kings of Buganda. At the moment, there are four Kings laid to rest at the site. You proceed to tour the Kings Palace at Lubiri which is the main seat of the Kingdom of Buganda. You explore the ancient fire that has never stopped burning unless the King is dead. You can take a walk along the fascinating Royal mile and connect to Bulange Parliament the traditional center for Lukiiko that demonstrates that Buganda already had an established Parliament even before the coming of Europeans. The tour will proceed to the Kabaka’s lake which is a manmade lake that was dug by the King Mwanga of Buganda in the pre-colonial Uganda. It is a magical experience.  In the afternoon, you to tour the Uganda National Museum which features historical, cultural geological and a range of other artifacts of Uganda and the day is crowned by the tour to the craft centers along Buganda road, the Nommo gallery and the National Theater to explore various art crafts made or sold in Uganda. Retire for overnight

Accommodation

Upmarket / Luxury: Sheraton Kampala Hotel

Midrange / Standard: Humura Resorts

Budget / Basic: Buziga Country Resort

Day 2 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Tour the Naggalabi Coronation Site & Wamala Tombs in Wakiso district

You drive after breakfast to Naggalabi coronation site which is in Buddo. You explore the coronation site of the Kings of Buganda attending to a themed interpretation from a local guide on how Naggalabi became to be the coronation site and the significance of various houses, the sites, physical features among other aspects at the site to the Kingdom of Buganda and their role in the coronation process. You explore the mound where Kintu killed Bemba from, the Buganda house where the King spends some days after the coronation, Gusinze tree which is noted to be over 200 years old and a re-known court in the traditional Buganda among other aspects. You retreat from Naggalabi before lunch and drive to Wamala for a tour to the Wamala tombs where you explore the ancient tomb of Ssekabaka Ssuna of Buganda who is noted to have had 148 wives and produced 218 children, He is the last Buganda King to have had a jaw bone which is believed to contain his spirit placed in the royal shrine and taken care by his descendants. You retreat from Wamala to retire for relaxation, dinner and overnight.

Accommodation

Upmarket / Luxury: Sheraton Kampala Hotel

Midrange / Standard: Humura Resorts

Budget / Basic: Buziga Country Resort

Day 3 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Tour the Kagulu hill & make a stop at Ssezibwa Falls

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This day you explore the Ssezibwa Falls another cultural site of Buganda which is noted to have been born by a woman and the Kings of Buganda tend to go there for worship and cleansing. It is a significant cultural site in Buganda. From Sseizibwa, you proceed to hike the Kagulu in Buyende past Jinja to encounter the culture of the Basoga. The protruding rock is noted to be the place where Namutukula is believed to have landed upon arrival.  At the site, there are other smaller hills which are believed to be the wives of Kagulu including Mawaale, Kagwese, Mpanga, Nakyeere, Butadewo and Bukolimo. In the north of the hill, there lies a traditional shrine of an aging oracle named Mandwa Kagulu Nabiryo who is noted to be haunted by 45 spirits which own and patrol the Kagulu hill. It is a magical site for culture and at the same time for adventure and sight-seeing. Retire to Jinja for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation  

Upmarket / Luxury: Jinja Nile Resort

Midrange / Standard: King Fisher Resort

Budget / Basic: Source of the Smile Guest house

Day 4 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Mbale and attend to Imbalu circumcision preparations in the afternoon

After breakfast, your embark on the transfer to Mbale driving through the impressive countryside landscapes of eastern Uganda including the Rice and Sugarcane Plantations not forgetting a myriad of swamps and streams. You arrive in Mbale for lunch and in the afternoon; you undertake a cultural encounter with the Bagisu as they prepare for the Imbalu – the traditional male circumcision that initiates them into manhood. They dance to their famous Kadodi dance and go all over the community ganging up young males and alerting other village members that the event is on. This can be encountered when it is the season for the Imbalu ceremony usually hosted in the even years.  You retire for overnight

Accommodation  

Upmarket / Luxury: Mbale Resort

Midrange / Standard:  Mount Elgon Hotel

Budget / Basic: Rest Ville Hotel Mbale

Day 5 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Whole day encounter of Imbalu Circumcision ceremony among the Bagisu

After breakfast, join the community as they gather for a significant practice in Bagishu Culture. The experience is authentic as the candidates undergo all the rituals and get aligned to be transformed into men. There is nothing like sterilization that is extended to the candidates. They bear the real pain and are expected to demonstrate braveness. The sheath is removed by the local experts who have done this thing for years past. Amazingly, they have never been to school to study surgery but are gifted naturally. The whole day experience is magical. You retire for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation  

Upmarket / Luxury: Mbale Resort

Midrange / Standard:  Mount Elgon Hotel

Budget / Basic: Rest Ville Hotel Mbale

Day 6 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Drive to Kidepo National Park

After breakfast, embark on the transfer to Kidepo Valley National Park 505km passing through impressive countryside landscapes of north eastern Uganda with the views of savannah protected areas of Pian Upe and Matheniko Bokora Game Reserves. The protruding views of Mount Moroto are also rewarding. You are welcomed by the plains of Karamoja region before arriving at the lodge for relaxation, dinner and overnight.

Accommodation:(click on a particular accommodation to view more information about it)

Upmarket / Luxury: Apoka Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Nga’ Moru Wilderness Camp

Budget / Basic: Apoka Rest Camp

 Day 7 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Whole day cultural tour to the Pastoralist Karimojong 

After breakfast, you embark on the whole day tour of the Pastoralist Karimojong who are re-known nomadic herdsmen that have lived a transhumance in the sub region of Karamoja for years past. They keep herds of Cattle, live in Manyatta and are now transforming from moving naked to dressing up. They have great heritage that surrounds the practice of cattle keeping. You learn to do traditional hand milking, learn how they use milk and its products to survive; the significance of cattle to them, how they are transiting from nomadism to settled farming, their entertainment modes among other aspects. You retire in the evening for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation:(click on a particular accommodation to view more information about it)

Upmarket / Luxury: Apoka Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Nga’ Moru Wilderness Camp

Budget / Basic: Apoka Rest Camp

Day 8 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Explore the Indigenous Karimojong in the Morungole Mountains

Embark on the hike to the Mountains of Morungole where the ancient indigenous Karimojong thrive is a rewarding day that incorporates culture and sightseeing experience. The impressive flat landscapes of Kidepo plains are pardoned by series of hills and mountains that also mark the area among which include Mount Morungole presenting an impressive landscape that offers magical scenic views. The indigenous Karimojong have maintained their traditions and their remote living have sheltered them from the wind of globalization thus presenting an authentic touch of an African culture.    Explore their way of life, their religions, family bonds, marriage practices, architecture and other cultural aspects that are worth understanding. You retreat from the encounter and transfer back to the lodge for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation:(click on a particular accommodation to view more information about it)

Upmarket / Luxury: Apoka Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Nga’ Moru Wilderness Camp

Budget / Basic: Apoka Rest Camp

Day 9 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Murchison Falls National Park

Embark on the drive to Murchison Falls National Park passing through impressive landscapes of northern Uganda former dwelling place for the Lord’s Resistance Army headed by Joseph Kony. You are taken back to imagine the horror that happened in this part of the country by viewing the war ruins and the people themselves some with no lips and others with no ears. You drive past Kitgum, Gulu and eventually arrive in Murchison Falls National Park in the evening for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Paraa Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Pakuba Safari Lodge

Budget / Basic: Heritage Safari Lodge

Day 10 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Whole day exploration of the Acholi Culture 

You have a whole day exploration of the Acholi Culture that the districts that Neoghbour Murchison Falls National Park to the north east including Nwoya. These are part of the Luo ethnicity and the tour to their culture offers you an insight into the Luo culture in general. You explore their unique building architecture where they do step thatch for their local cottages living together in groups. You explore their way of life and explore how they are recovering from the LRA insurgency that disorganized their area. Their abducted sons and daughters are still coming back and welcomed back to the society after being subjected to Nyono tong gweno which is like a cleansing ritual. You retreat for relaxation dinner and overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Paraa Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Pakuba Safari Lodge

Budget / Basic: Heritage Safari Lodge

Day 11 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Hoima. Visit the Kibiro salt Gardens en route & Bunyoro Palace and royal tomb of King Kabalega upon arrival in Hoima 

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After breakfast, cross with the ferry to the southern section and drive to Hoima after breakfast. You make a stop en route at Kibiro Salt Gardens to encounter the heritage of this historic site. The Kibiro Salt Gardens has supported the livelihoods of the surrounding community dating far back to 900 years ago far before the coming of Europeans. The locals extract fine salt which they then exchange with the other communities for food and other items. The work of salt extraction at this site has for long been a dominant of female. The process of extracting is rather long and technical than the ordinary but it is amazing to see how the indigenous knowledge is put into use to have a product out well made. Accessing the site exposes you to walking on steep and challenging landscapes with narrow paths that can only be accessed by foot. Retreat from the encounter and transfer to Hoima. Upon arrival, you connect to Bunyoro Kingdom to explore the ancient heritage of the Banyoro. You undertake a heritage tour to the palace and the Royal tomb of King Kabalega who is known for having resisted against the British rule and died in exile. He is a famous worrier who had restored the fame of Bunyoro and expanded its borders to greater heights. It is a historical tour worth exploring. Retreat to Hoima for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation: Kontiki Hotel

Day 12 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Fort Portal. Tour the Amabere g’ Nyinamwiru Caves and the Fort Portal Crater Lake Area 

After breakfast, embark on the drive to Fort Portal about hours’ drive. You arrive in time for lunch and after you connect to the Amabere g’ Nyinamwiru caves. The Amabere g’ Nyinamwiru are breast like features that are believed to be belonging to Nyinamwiru the daughter of Bukuku who was a self-enthroned King of the Bachwezi. She was denied the opportunity to breastfeed her baby Ndahura as the father had been alerted that the child will take over his throne. The oozing whitish substance that flows down the breast like features is believed to be milk that continues to flow out of Nyinamwiru’s breasts. Retreat from this encounter and embark on the hike to the Fort Portal Crater Lake field where you traverse the challenging slopes of Kyeganywa hill surrounded by a range of crater lakes and crater hollows presenting one of the beautiful scenic sites in Uganda. The top of Kyeganywa hill offers the views of Rwenzori Mountains on a clear day. The various crater lakes and hollows are believed to have been dug by the Bachwezi and the presence of an abnormal footprint (a foot of a giant) on a rock near Lake Kigere makes the area an interesting heritage site to explore. Retreat from the activity and transfer back to Fort Portal for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Kyaninga Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Mountains of the Moon Hotel

Budget / Basic: Rwenzori View Guesthouse

Day 13 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Visit the Royal Palace of Toro, the Karambi Royal Tomb & attend Batooro name giving ceremony

After breakfast, embark on the tour to the Royal Palace enjoying the impressively located hill of the Kingdom overlooking the Fort Portal town in the shadows of the mountains of the moon. The Palace features a great architectural building that is worth exploring. You tour the palace; explore the royal regalia and the interpretation of the King Coronation process. You retreat from the palace tour and transfer to Karambi Royal tombs to explore the tombs of the former Kings of Tooro including the founding father of the Kingdom – King Kaboyo.  You listen to their great history and then retreat to the Fort Portal town for lunch. In the afternoon, you participate in the Batooro name giving ceremony which is a central practice among the Batooro as they give the pet names to their sons and daughters including Apuuli, Acaali, Akiiki, Araali among others. It is an exciting culture adventure that will see you get a pet name.

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Kyaninga Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Mountains of the Moon Hotel

Budget / Basic: Rwenzori View Guesthouse

Day 14 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Kasese, Visit the Bunyangabu bee keepers, Rwenzori Art foundation and the Ruboni community

After breakfast, embark on the transfer to Kasese on the foothills of the legendary mountains of the moon – the Rwenzori range. You will drive through impressive landscapes with impressive scenic views of the area before making a stop at Bunyangabu bee keepers to have an encounter with the local people demonstrating the bee king business and the products that get from it. You will continue to visit the Ruboni community craft village where a group of village women have dedicated themselves to demonstrate a considerable dexterity and skill in the craft making industry. You will also visit the Rwenzori Art foundation which is apparently the only bronze casting center in the whole of Africa. There are a range of sculptures at the site and you can buy a souvenir. It also presents a participatory experience where you can engage yourself in the casting process. Retire for relaxation dinner and overnight.

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Equator Snow Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Ihamba Safari Lodge

Budget / Basic: Ruboni Community Camp

Day 15 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

After breakfast, embark on the whole day drive to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park passing through impressive savannah landscapes of Queen Elizabeth National Park dotted with a myriad of wildlife. You enjoy the scenic views of Kigezi Highlands and Virunga massif as you approach Mgahinga Gorilla National Park for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Upmarket / Luxury: Mount Gahinga Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Mucha Hotel

Budget / Basic: Amajambere iwacu Community Camp

Day 16 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Do Batwa Heritage trail

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Embark on the Batwa Heritage trail exploration after breakfast. You connect to Mgahinga Park headquarters Ntebeko and get briefed before starting the trek to the forest following the Batwa trail in the company of Batwa guides detailing their great heritage embedded in their ancient home. You learn their wild honey harvesting means, the traditional medical plants, the tree houses, the hunting techniques, the edible roots and plants before arriving at Garama Cave which was the central place for their converging while still in the forest. The Batwa chief used to reside here. At cave, the Batwa women will treat you to impressive performances including their ancient songs. It is a moment of wonder and deep exploration into the Batwa culture that is at stake of fading away. The Batwa trail takes 6 – 7 hours after which you retire for relaxation at the lodge, dinner and overnight

Accommodation

Upmarket / Luxury: Mount Gahinga Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Mucha Hotel

Budget / Basic: Amajambere iwacu Community Camp

Day 17 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Do Coffee tours on the shores of Lake Mutanda

You embark on the coffee exploration tour on the shores of Lake Mutanda while enjoying the magical views of the Virunga Mountain and the waters of Lake Mutanda and other lakes like Chahafi and rivers in the area. The coffee exploration tour allows you to learn the traditional practices of coffee growing including planting, maintenance and harvesting. You do the coffee roasting and explore the coffee processing from garden to the cup. Retire for overnight

Accommodation

Upmarket / Luxury: Mount Gahinga Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Mucha Hotel

Budget / Basic: Amajambere iwacu Community Camp

Day 18 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park, visit the 1520AD Eclipse monument & Igongo Cultural Museum en route 

After breakfast, embark on the transfer back to Lake Mburo National Park 281km about 5 hours’ drive. You make a stop at the 1520AD eclipse monument overlooking the Igongo Cultural Center to explore the cultural attachment that is embedded in the total eclipse that took place in the 1520AD. The Cows of Ankole kingdom had been totally confiscated by King Olimi I of Bunyoro and the Banyankole were starving. And then a wonder happened when the King Olimi I was from raiding the cows of Rwanda and the total solar eclipse occurred when had reached Biharwe. He and his men thought that something terrible was going to happen to them and they abandoned the cows and run to Bunyoro. When the eclipse was over, the Banyankole found cows all over and they believed that they had been sent by God from heaven in response to their cries. Thus they called them “enduuga mwiiguru”. There is a monument that has been set to commemorate this occurrence. Your retreat from the activity and continue to Igongo Cultural Museum to tour the Erijukiro Museum which features collections of all tribes of south western Uganda dating back to their traditional era and settle for traditional lunch as well. You proceed on the drive and arrive in Lake Mburo National Park for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation

Upmarket / Luxury: Mihingo Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Arcadia Cottages Mburo

Budget / Basic: Eagles Nest

Day 19 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Whole day Banyankole Cultural exploration at Enyemebwa Center

Wake up 6am and connect to the Enyemebwa center to catch up with the herds men getting up to do the milking and their daily routine. You arrive and get the milking equipment including the tying rope and the milking pot to actively participate in the traditional hand milking of the Ankole long horned cattle, from milking you participate in sick animal treating, caring for cows like brushing their body using the locally made fiber brush (Enkuyo) and set out to graze in the wilderness. You enjoy the stimulating sounds that are made by the herds men as they set out to the grazing field and be mesmerized by the cows know how to align themselves forming a line headed by those that have special character of leading others. You retreat back and visit the traditional hut where you find the women churning milk in the churning gourd, from here the guide can take you to explore the crop bit of it exploring the extensive banana plantations where you learn about various banana types and their respective use participate in pruning and weeding using local methods and then participate in initial arrangements for traditional lunch.  You take  a break from that and rush to the well with red soil that is used for smearing the soil made water trough, smear the trough and fill it with water and  then wait for the cattle to come and water them accordingly. You can opt to have a bull slaughtered and grilled traditionally for you where you can also have it alongside the delicious local sauce that is made without fire called Eshabwe. Join the women as they clean milk pots and smoking them with the help of handmade of ceramic and specially chosen tree and grass Species, making crafts and calf pen arrangement. In the evening after the cows have settle in their Kraal, you attend to the traditional performances including citations, dancing and singing. It is a whole day encounter that allows you to gain a deep immersion of the local culture. Retire for relaxation and overnight

Accommodation

Upmarket / Luxury: Mihingo Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Arcadia Cottages Mburo

Budget / Basic: Eagles Nest

Day 20 of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda: Transfer to Kampala & depart 

After breakfast, embark on the 240km about 3 – 4 hours transfer to Kampala and then proceed for 40km to Entebbe International Airport for flight departure.

End of the 20 Days Grand Cultural Tour in Uganda

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