Experience the vibrant and diverse cultural heritage of the Ugandan people with a guided tour into the lives of rural women, the custodians of traditions and indigenous knowledge. Your day begins at the village’s handicraft workshop, where you will observe the creation of traditional crafts by locals. Next, head to the heart of the village- the kitchen- where you will learn how to prepare tasty local delicacies and then indulge in your efforts. After you enjoy your meal, get a lesson from the village specialist on the art of basket weaving, and try your hand at the handicrafts you admired earlier! To finish off a day of culture, you will be treated to a performance of the traditional Ugandan Kitooro Olunyege dance.

Understand in depth how ethical and sustainable tourism works in a country by visiting grass-root development projects initiatives in rural Uganda that have been funded by tourist providing sustainable safe clean water for rural communities, education, Primary health Care and women and youth empowerment projects for disadvantaged women and young people. These initiatives are incentive for local people to conserve culture and traditions, as well as wildlife and the natural environment.