12 Jul | mamalandUG | No Comments

Batwa community visit

Our guide Paul took our visiting couple from USA for an appreciated Batwa community visit. The Batwa people are indigenous to the forests in Uganda and our visitors got an insight into how they used to live in the forest.    


6 Jul | mamalandUG | No Comments

Culture safari in Uganda

Our guide Enock has just finished a safari in Uganda where the main focus wasn’t the animals but the people of Uganda. A culture safari taking Enock and our visitors on a journey to the far north of Uganda and on to the southern parts. As Uganda is a country with 56 different tribes they …


23 Feb | mamalandUG | No Comments

Batwa forest walk

This morning our Israeli visitors went for a Batwa forest walk close to Bwindi forest NP. The Batwa people used to live in the forest of Bwindi but since the forest is now protected their way of life is no longer possible. Walks like this give a source of income to the Batwa people and …


7 Dec | mamalandUG | No Comments

An experience of traditional Ugandan culture

Last week we welcomed a group from Sweden to Uganda with an experience of traditional Ugandan culture or to be precise Buganda customs. Buganda is one of the kingdoms in Uganda and our guests got to experience a bit of their culture. Our guests were greeted by ladies dressed up in gomesi (the traditional dresses …


7 Dec | mamalandUG | No Comments

Community walk – at Pumba Safari Cottages

Our lodge by Queen Elizabeth national park, Pumba safari cottages, is located close to a village in beautiful surroundings and we can offer you a guided walk around. The village is called Kyambura and here the community lives with the park as their neighbor. Many of the villagers make their living as farmers and the …


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