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This 7 Days & 6 Nights Uganda Cultural tour takes you through some of Uganda’s prominent cultural sites. On this tour, you will visit local markets in Kampala, learn more about the Nakayima tree in Mubende before heading to Fort portal where you will visit the king’s palace and the Amabeere ga nyinamweru. You will then end your trip by visiting the Banyankole culture on your way back to Kampala. All this is just a tip of what Uganda cultural tour can offer you. The tour will the take you to Kibale forest national park for chimpanzee tracking tour experience. You will then proceed to Queen Elizabeth national park where you will do wildlife safari game drive.

what to expect on a 7 Days Uganda Cultural Tour, Wildlife Safari & Chimp Tracking Tour.

  • Day 1: Visit Kampala cultural sites
  • Day 2: Depart for Jinja Cultural Tour.
  • Day 3: Road trip to Fort Portal with stop over in Mubende.
  • Day 4: Fort Portal Cultural tour.
  • Day 5: Chimpanzee tracking safari tour and transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
  • Day 6: Wildlife safari Game Drive and transfer to Mbarara.
  • Day 7: Visit the cultural sites of Banyankole and head back to Kampala.

Day 1: Visit Kampala cultural sites
Right after your breakfast, our guide will pick you up from your hotel to visit the numerous cultural sites in Kampala, such as the Cultural Market, the Kasubi tombs in which the Kings and Kings of Buganda are buried, Nagalabi – the crowning site of the Buganda Kingdom, the Bahai Shrine, the Kabaka Lake and the Palace of the King of Buganda, the Nakasero Green Market, and the Uganda Museum. Later in the evening, go to the Ndere Culture Center where you can enjoy a lot of entertainment, including traditional cultural dances. Dine and sleep at your hotel.

Day 2: Depart for Jinja Cultural Tour.
Early breakfast then head to the Ugandan martyrs’ shrines in Namugongo, where the martyrs were brutally murdered. From here you go to Jinja, visit Sezibwa Falls to see a cultural site connected to the Kingdom of Buganda. Upon arrival in Jinja, you can discover the White Nile, which is seven times the size of the great Zambezi and yet the longest river in the whole of Africa. Visit the spectacular Bujagali Falls and get a chance to see the sparkling white water of the River Nile squeezing through the rocks. You can also see the true origins of the Nile River, the precise point where this river begins its long path through the African region. Drive back to Kampala later that day. Dine and sleep at your hotel.

Day 3: Road trip to Fort Portal with stop over in Mubende.
After breakfast, drive to Fort Portal and along the way, visit the Nakayima tree located in Mubende, where you’ll find interesting stories about the history of this amazing tree. Continue to Fort Portal, where you will dine and spend the night.

Day 4: Fort Portal Cultural tour.
Today you will visit Amabeere ga Nyinamwiru, which is a cultural center, visit the Karambi tombs, the Palace of the King, and later on in the day, you will visit neighboring villages to walk through the community. Dine and sleep at your hotel.

Day 5: Chimpanzee tracking safari tour and transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
After an early breakfast, set out to track chimpanzees in the Kibale National Park and travel on the Kazinga Canal to Queen Elizabeth National Park in the afternoon. This boat trip is a gift to you for lion, hippo, buffalo, or crocodile views, as well as many birds of water. Head to Mweya safari lodge where you will dine and sleep.

Day 6: Wildlife safari Game Drive and transfer to Mbarara.
Head for lions, hyena, buffalo, leopards, bushbucks, and warthogs plus several more, you can see on an early morning game drive. You’ll dine in and sleep at the Lake View Hotel later in the day in Mbarara.

Day 7: Visit the cultural sites of Banyankole and head back to Kampala.
After breakfast, visit some of Mbarara’s cultural sites, such as the shrines of the Banyankole Dynasty, visit some of Banyankole’s homesteads to learn more about their interesting history, lifestyle, and general activities, and then visit orphanage homes and women’s groups. After lunch, head back to the capital with a stopover at the Equator ends to stand in two hemispheres at the same time and take some pictures, and also stop at the Mpambire drum village for some crafts as souvenirs. Upon arrival in Kampala, you will be moved to the airport or taken to your hotel for dinner and overnight on the basis of your travel arrangements. This will be the end of our 7 Days of Cultural Experience in Uganda.

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