browser icon
You are using an insecure version of your web browser. Please update your browser!
Using an outdated browser makes your computer unsafe. For a safer, faster, more enjoyable user experience, please update your browser today or try a newer browser.

Culture – Traditions

The Art of Communicating in Uganda for Visitors and Tourists

 Communicating Ugandan Style  The Art of Communicating in Uganda for Visitors and Tourists while on Safari The Art of Communicating in Uganda for Visitors and Tourists: You might speak English as your mother tongue from the UK, Ireland, Canada, USA, Australia, or New Zealand. Or you might speak English as a second language coming from … Continue reading »

Categories: Culture - Traditions, Kabiza Wilderness Safaris, Travel Advice, Uganda | Tags: , , | Comments Off on The Art of Communicating in Uganda for Visitors and Tourists

Cultural Mistakes to Avoid in Uganda the Pearl of Africa

Fitting into Ugandan Culture as a Visitor and Tourist The Top 11 Cultural Mistakes to Avoid in Uganda-Cultural Information for Visitors Cultural Mistakes to Avoid in Uganda – Tips and Advice about Ugandan Culture and how Visitors can avoid Cultural Mistakes. Please realize that when you visit here, Ugandans will also commit cultural mistakes in … Continue reading »

Categories: Culture - Traditions, Travel Advice, Uganda | Tags: , | Comments Off on Cultural Mistakes to Avoid in Uganda the Pearl of Africa

The Bagisu Imbalu Public Circumcision Rites – Boys becoming Men

Bagisu Traditional Imbalu Circumcision – Turning Boys into Men The Bagisu Imbalu Public Circumcision Rites – Mbale – Sipi Falls – Mount Elgon Area The Bagisu Imbalu Public Circumcision Rites – Boys becoming Men Ritual is an integral part of the Traditional Beliefs of the Bagisu. The Rite of Boys becoming men in the Bagisu … Continue reading »

Categories: Culture - Traditions, Kabiza Wilderness Safaris, Mount Elgon, Sipi Falls, Things to do and See, Uganda | Tags: | Comments Off on The Bagisu Imbalu Public Circumcision Rites – Boys becoming Men

Ssezibwa Falls – a Buganda Kingdom Cultural Heritage Site

Ssezibwa falls-a Blend of Legends and Cultural Traditions  Ssezibwa Falls brings alive Uganda’s Traditional Culture A visit to Ssezibwa Falls – Culture – Legends – Scenic Wonders will give an inside look into the Baganda Culture. It is here where past Kabakas (Kings) like Kabaka Mwanga ll planted a tree there, one of the most … Continue reading »

Categories: Culture - Traditions, Kabiza Wilderness Safaris, Kampala, Ssezibwa Falls, Things to do and See, Uganda | Tags: , | Comments Off on Ssezibwa Falls – a Buganda Kingdom Cultural Heritage Site

The UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Uganda the Pearl of Africa

The three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Uganda The Parks and Places that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Uganda Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – the Rwenzori Mountains and the Kasubi Tombs There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Uganda. Two of them are National Parks, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, and Rwenzori Mountains National Park. … Continue reading »

Categories: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Culture - Traditions, Kabiza Wilderness Safaris, Kampala, Pearl of Africa, Things to do and See, Uganda | Tags: | Comments Off on The UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Uganda the Pearl of Africa

The Nakayima Tree in Mubende-a Cultural Heritage Site

The Nakayima Tree-Culture-Legends-Traditional Beliefs The Nakayima Tree in Mubende is locally called the Nakayima Witch’s Tree. The Nakayima Tree in Mubende is a Cultural Heritage Site where the Traditional Beliefs of old are still practiced today. It is a must-visit Heritage Site for those that are interested in African Cultural Ways. It is also a … Continue reading »

Categories: Culture - Traditions, Kabiza Wilderness Safaris, Things to do and See, Uganda | Tags: , | Comments Off on The Nakayima Tree in Mubende-a Cultural Heritage Site

Are LGBTQI+ Tourists safe on a Safari in Uganda?

Helpful Information for LGBTQI+ Tourists considering Uganda The question that is often asked: Are LGBTQI+ Tourists safe on a Safari in Uganda? Are LGBTQI+ Tourists safe on a Safari in Uganda? The quick answer is yes, with the right LGBTQI+ sensitive Ugandan tour operator. Besides, no one AT Immigration will ask an LGBTQI+ Traveler about their … Continue reading »

Categories: Culture - Traditions, Kabiza Wilderness Safaris, Rwanda, Safety - Security, Travel Advice, Uganda, Wildlife Safari | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Are LGBTQI+ Tourists safe on a Safari in Uganda?

Ankole Cows in Uganda – Rwanda – the Cattle of Kings-known as Watusi cows

The Ankole Cows of Uganda – Rwanda – The Cattle Of Royalty A Sight to Behold -the Long-Horned Ankole Cattle in Uganda – Rwanda – the Cattle of Kings Ankole Cows in Uganda – Rwanda – the Cattle of Kings. The long-horned Ankole Cattle can often be seen as you travel throughout Western Uganda, Rwanda, … Continue reading »

Categories: Culture - Traditions, Kabiza Wilderness Safaris, Rwanda, Uganda | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Ankole Cows in Uganda – Rwanda – the Cattle of Kings-known as Watusi cows

Nshenyi Cultural Village Stay – Experience the Ankole Culture in Uganda

Visit and Stay in the Nshenyi Cultural Village in Uganda Nshenyi Cultural Village Stay – Experience the Ankole Culture in Uganda with a Village Visit and Stay Nshenyi Cultural Village Stay – Experience the Ankole Culture in Uganda.  Nshenyi  Cultural Village is your introduction to the Ankole culture. While you stay here, you will experience … Continue reading »

Categories: African Village, Culture - Traditions, Kabiza Wilderness Safaris, Things to do and See, Uganda | Tags: , | Comments Off on Nshenyi Cultural Village Stay – Experience the Ankole Culture in Uganda

Uganda’s Tourism Image-Perceptions versus the Reality

Its Troublesome Past shapes Uganda’s Tourism Image Uganda Imagined – Perceptions Travelers have versus the Reality that Travelers find visiting Uganda. Uganda’s Tourism Image – Perceptions versus the Reality. An often-heard comment from visitors departing for their home country is, “Uganda was so different from what I thought it would be like.” What do people … Continue reading »

Categories: Culture - Traditions, Kabiza Wilderness Safaris, Safety - Security, Tourism, Travel Advice, Uganda, Wildlife Safari | Tags: | Comments Off on Uganda’s Tourism Image-Perceptions versus the Reality