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.
We’re enlightened to announce our partnership with the Uganda Red Cross Society, aimed at equipping our staff with the skills to provide more safety during our activities, at our guesthouse and for the community around us.
Warrior Nomad trail promoting cultural tourism Uganda – The Kingdom of The Netherlands in collaboration with Dutch/Ugandan tourism stakeholders have launched a three-year project aimed at increasing the tourist arrivals to Uganda by diversifying the tourism products with the focus on soft-adventure and cultural tourism.
Things to do in Abim – Abim is a unique geographical location with rugged mountains and lush green vegetation. The people of Abim do not identify themselves with their Karimojong or Lango neighbours, they find themselves unique and go by the name of Ethur.