This 7 days Uganda Cultural Safari with Dav Safaris will offer you an exhilarating tour in Uganda. It will offer you the most exceptional cultural trails and activities in the Pearl of Africa. Visit the Tooro kings palace in western Uganda which is situated on the top of the hill with a dramatic architectural outlook, the kingdom is among the 4 ancient remaining kingdoms in Uganda besides Buganda in central, Bunyoro in western and Rwenzururu in the southwest, learn more about the cultural and traditional lifestyle of the Tooro community before visiting the legendary Mabere Ga Nyinamwiru and the fascinating female and male Sempaya hot springs located in Semiliki national park. Tour the base of Muhabura Mountain for the Batwa trail adventure which is less to the walking museum about the lifestyle of the forest people and later visit Lake Bunyonyi for the canoes ride to the historical islands and the cultural nature walk about the Bakiga tribesmen. Also, experience the Banyankore cultural trails, visit the local museum in Mbarara at Igongo cultural center for a glimpse about the Ankole historical enlightenment before we visit the cultural farms comprising of the long-horned cattle which is a domestic signature for the Banyankore community. Depending on your needs and preferences this safari can be customized without including more days and we can have chimpanzee trekking in Kibale forest national park, game viewing in the picturesque Queen Elizabeth National, and Gorilla trekking either in Bwindi Impenetrable national park or Mgahinga Gorillas National Park. The tour is available throughout the year.
7 days Uganda Cultural Safari Highlights;
- Day 1: Transfer to Fort Portal and Tour Entanda Culture
- Day 2: Excursions at Toro kingdom, Mabere Caves, and Sempaya hot springs
- Day 3: Transfer to Mgahinga via Bwindi
- Day 4: Batwa Cultural trail Experience
- Day 5: Transfer to Bunyonyi, boat cruise, cultural walk
- Day 6: Transfer to Mbarara, hike AD1500 monument and Igongo Cultural center Experience.
- Day 7: Transfer to Kampala, Drum making, and the Equator. (Optional Ndere Cultural Center)