Hidden valleys, isolated rural communities and wildlife good-news-stories. Writer Sarah Marshall goes beyond Uganda’s gorillas to find that Uganda is far more diverse than you might think… A hike to the Ik-tribe on Mount Morungole A hike to see the isolated Ik people, who live in the clouds at the top of Mount Morungole, is one of the highlights in more ways than one. Living alongside the Karimojong, this minority group, numbering around 10,000, also originally arrived from Ethiopia. We took a two-hour scenic drive to the trail hear, eager to explore the landscape.” Wanderlust magazine Kidepo Valley, Mount Morungole and Uganda’s Ik-tribe in Wanderlust Magazine of October-November 2021 by Sarah Marshall. Read the publication online.