Top Game Viewing Safaris Destinations
Places To Go Game Driving in Uganda
TAILORED UGANDA SAFARI IDEAS
6 Days Bwindi Gorilla Trekking Safari - Flying
Flying Safari from Entebbe to Kihihi to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
10 Days Uganda Gorillas & Wildlife Safari
Bwindi Forest, Queen Elizabeth, Kyambura and Kibale Forest
6 Day Murchison Falls Safari (Big Five Game)
Entebbe via Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary - Murchison Falls N. Park
4 Day Rwanda Gorilla Safari Express and Kigali Capital
Kigali Capital City & Gorilla Trekking in Volcanoes N. Park
The People of Uganda and Their Cultures
It is definite that Uganda-dubbed the “Pearl of Africa” is a darling home of various bird species, diverse wildlife, the most tranquil climate and most interesting is that Uganda features a diverse intact culture and heritage. For visitors interested in diverse cultural experience, Uganda is gifted with more than 360 tribes which make her a priority destination.
Uganda’s culture varies from the cultural mosaic of music, hand crafts, dance, art culture and norms, regalia and norms. Uganda’s diverse culture is unmatched.
The country has 3 very different linguistic groups and these include the Bantu, the Nilotics and the Immigrants from central Sudan. Each of these groups have a unique set of beliefs and practices and they are ever ready to introduce their culture to visitors.
The Bantu inhabit the central region of Uganda especially the Baganda and their history is very attached to that of the country. Other bantu tribes also thrive from the western part of the country and these include the Bakiga, Banyankore, Batooro, Banyoro and in the eastern part, the Basoga are prominent.
The Nilotics comprise of mainly Itesots, Alur, Langis and Acholis and these groups inhabit the Northern areas of Uganda. These groups are majorly cattle keepers but they have also adapted to farming to support their livelihood. The Central Sudanese people in Uganda include the Lugbaras, Madis and many others. These live in North-western part of Uganda. The widely spoken language across most of the tribes are two and they include English-which is the nation`s official language and Swahili language.
What describes every culture is mostly their unique dances and drama along with songs which are the most components of cultural ceremonies in Uganda. There are other ceremonies which identify each tribe in Uganda such as marriage and birth rites which are performed differently by every tribe.
Uganda also has diverse Archaeological, religious and historical sites that allow an amazing memorable experience to visitors in Uganda. Please contact us to tailor you a remarkable cultural tour in Uganda.