11 Days Culture Explorer

11 Days


Leaving no stone unturned, you will tick off your bucket list while on this tour.  Visit Uganda from the East to the North, exploring different Cultures and safari parks.


  • Zip Lining
  • Cultural Encounters
  • Source of the Nile Visit
  • Game Drives
  • Walking safari to Rhinos


Upon arrival at Entebbe International Airport, a concierge from Pinnacle Africa Safari receives us and takes us to our lodging for a restful night in anticipation of the ultimate tour experience in the pearl of Africa.

After breakfast, we journey east towards Jinja. Remember, the journey is as important as the destination and we make the most of it with a tranquil forest walk and zip-lining in Mabira Forest.
Jinja has fine buildings dating from colonial times and many of these have been restored as hotel

After breakfast, Visit the source of the Nile; take a boat cruise to the Landmark great for picture memories. River Nile is the World’s longest River in the world and has largely contributed to the development of Uganda and other 9 countries where it stretches. Optional Half Day Rafting on the Nile River for about 2-3 hours meandering through beautiful scenery and all you need is a spirit of adventure and fitness. No swimming experience needed however you will need to be water confident. For safety precautions, each client is fitted with life jackets and helmets before heading down the river to the raft point followed by detailed safety briefing before heading out for some practical instruction.

Arrive in the early afternoon for lunch and later go for a guided coffee to learn about coffee farming, processing and roasting and packaging. The Arabica coffee is locally grown in Bugisu region and only grows at an altitude of between 1,600m and 1,900 meters. The Arabica coffee plantations are set mainly around Mountain Elgon which has volcanic soils, the cool weather which is perfect for healthy coffee plants. While on this tour, you will local people right from the farmers, processors, exporters and roasters completing the life cycle of the coffee.

As you hike the 3 waterfalls, you will view beautiful birds, breathtaking views of landscapes and different plants and flowers. The hike takes about 3hours and depending on your energy levels it can last longer. The beautiful Sipi Falls are a set of three waterfalls found on the foothills of Mt. Elgon north of Mbale. The tallest falls are about 100m and while the other two are about 85 meters and 75 meters height, trekking the waterfalls is a bit strenuous but a rewarding experience.The falls are also popular for the cool weather and the ice cold water which is believed to have healing powers if one dives into it.

Have an early breakfast, drive to Northern Uganda through Kapchorwa communities including the pokot, Nandi and Sabiny though they have now intermarried with other tribes but they share the same lifestyles. Continue on your drive to Moroto.
Dodoth, tribes Visit
The Dodoth homesteads are usually in valleys, and have dry season pastures on nearby hillsides. Unlike other people of the region, they therefore do not have to migrate with the seasons. Dodoth homesteads are isolated from one another, surrounded by a strong wall made of upright poles with interwoven branches cemented with mud and cow dung. Cattle are kept within the walls at night. A homestead may include up to forty people. Each wife has her own hut and fireplace. Her adolescent daughters will often build their own huts next to their mother's hut. Adolescent boys live in a larger "men's house" until they marry.

Karamojong tribes visit
Karamajong tribes visit to include the Tepeth and Matheniko tribes. The karamajong are always in conflict with their neighbors in Southern Sudan, Uganda and Kenya because of Cattle raids as they try to acquire more cattle to sustain themselves. However this tribal behavior has significantly
been reduced by the Ugandan Army creating a buffer between the Karamojong and other tribes to avoid such cattle rustlings between these tribes.
Visit the karamajong manyatta/houses and go through their daily lifestyles.
Lunch enroute and thereafter transfer to Kidepo Valley National Park.
Evening game drive in the Park.
Kidepo is located in the farthest corner of the Karamoja district, on the Sudan border, Kidepo is one of Africa’s most magnificent wilderness.

After breakfast, go for Game drives in the park. Kidepo Park is gifted with elephants, antelopes, birds and beautiful vegetation. While on game drives, clients can spot big game favorites such as cheetah, eland, elephant, giraffe, hartebeest, hyena, lion and zebra as well as one of Africas largest single herds of buffalo. Kidepo is little visited, so visitors can expect to enjoy an atmosphere of solitude and freedom.

After breakfast, drive to Murchison Falls national park on the way passing cattle markets, local communities and beautiful landscapes.The Murchison Falls Conservation Area, about 7,000 sq. km in size, the largest in Uganda, consists of Murchison Falls National Park, Karuma Game Reserve and Bugungu Game Reserve among others. Budongo and Kaniyo Pabidi Forests, with their chimps and birds, are within the Area

In the morning after breakfast, go for a morning game drive where you will see numerous wildlife to include lions, elephants and beautiful savanna grasslands. Return to the lodge for lunch.
In the afternoon, depart for a 3 hour boat cruise along the Victoria Nile to the bottom of the mighty Murchison Falls. Along the way, you will be able to view a wide variety of birds and wildlife, including numerous hippos and crocodiles – as well as breathtaking scenery. You will site species such as Martial Eagle, Tawny Eagle, Grey Headed Kingfisher, Grey Hornbill, Grey Kestrel, Helmeted and Crested Guinea fowl, Senegal Coucal

This morning, you will drive to Entebbe and en-route stop at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary for a walking safari to the track the white Rhinos.

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