Uganda is one of the African countries with diverse culture. Besides being known for its magnificent physical features and abundant wildlife, the country is blessed with different interesting cultures of which each portrays a unique
The Sebei – commonly known as the Sabiny are an ethnic group of Uganda and Sudan who speak Sebei, a Nilotic Language. They occupy three districts in Eatsern Uganda i.e., Kapchorwa, Bukwa and Kween. The
The Karamojong are an ethnic group nomadic pastoralists that live in the southern region of Karamoja in Kabong district in north-eastern Uganda. They also stretch to the districts of Kotido, and Moroto. They speak a
The Bakonjo, also known as the “Banya Rwenzururu or the people of Rwenzururu” are found in western Uganda in Kasese district and the Democratic Republic of Congo. In Congo, the Bakonjo are known as the
East Africa is a vast tropical land that stretches over 1705880 km² in the eastern region of Africa. This region is comprised of Uganda, Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and South Sudan. The major geographical feature
The Ik people also identified as the Teuso, are the smallest Ugandan ethnic group of people. Though rapidly growing, they are a group of about 10,000 people who live in the North-eastern region of Uganda.
Echuya Batwa famously known as “pygmies” are an endangered minority group of people. They are found in Echuya Forest reserve in Kisoro and Kabale districts of South-Western Uganda. The Batwa are believed to have migrated
Besides being a prime chimpanzee destination, Kibale Forest National Park is also a prime birding spot. The Park is home to over 375 bird species including the most sought after, the African Pitta. Among these