Uganda is still predominantly of rural setting people by settlement. Its last decade that most societies are transforming into modern – urban settlements with clusters in small towns spread countryside. Traditional lifestyles and tribal cultural ways of life are still live in many parts of Uganda. Uganda was recently listed among the top countries with the happiest people in the world. Ugandans are generally reputable for openness and very friendly to visitors.  There are many various people of different cultural backgrounds who make up Country Uganda each with their traditional customs and way of life. These customs are kept alive in their traditional colorful ceremonies at different historical events while performing dances, or storytelling.  The Karamajongo in the northeast of the country still practices traditional rich culture.

While on the Kidepo valley National Park wildlife safari, Visitors will be entertained by traditional dances such as the Emuya dance of the Napore and Nyanga, ethnic groups, and the Lakaraka and Apiti dances of Acholi. Visitors will who do cultural safaris will visit Karimonjong  Manyattas (homesteads) and probably Kraals to see traditional customs, stools spears, headdresses, knives, bows, and arrows, and jewelry, some of which may also be obtained from the park tourist offices.  Travel hemispheres will help you to arrange guided cultural safari in Karamajongo settlements.

In addition to the cultural experiences, visitors will be choosing souvenirs from traditional cultural art craft shops where they can pick art pieces, handcrafts, skins,  usually along the roadside shops and curio shops in Kampala city. Uganda has got a rich history displayed in songs, dance, music theatre, and art. Our Cuisine is as eclectic as her many ethnic groupings.  Over forty languages are spoken in Uganda.

Uganda has some rich cultural sites like the Bulange the seat of the Kabaka of Buganda. Kasubi Royal Tombs and other historical sites can be explored while on a cultural tour in Uganda.