A few weeks ago we partnered with Native Travel Festival Karamoja to host the invited journalists and media creatives on a cultural tour.
Today we’re happy to read an article published in one of Uganda’s leading online media for young in Uganda ‘Kasuku Live‘. One publication at a time, together with partners we positively impact the image of the region through tourism and arts. Read the article: http://bit.ly/2BPn11e
A round of applause for Sarah Kizza Nsigaye (Native Travel Festival Director) for bringing the event to Karamoja and Wayne Frank Ntambi and for the article.
Mount Moroto Hiking and Rock Climbing – The Karamoja region in northeast of Uganda is an area still to be explored for rock climbing and bouldering routes. The numerous volcanic mountain ranges and iconic rock formations have drawn the attention of just a few adventurous climbers.
Mount Moroto is the highest mountain in the Karamoja region of north east Uganda and located against the border of Kenya’s Turkana region. The mountain is an extinct volcano and home to one of Uganda’s smallest tribes, The So/Tepeth.
Update: Karamoja takes the crown for Miss Tourism Uganda! (Read the article) One of our objectives is to preserve Karimojong Cultural Heritage through tourism and in collaboration with likeminded organisations. Therefore we partnered up with Miss Tourism Karamoja to contribute in enhancing the knowledge on culture of our future tourism ambassadors.