Kara-Tunga has been simply perfect in organising everything and the staff (included Ivan, the cook and manager of the guesthouse, who is both very good and very kind) is really amazing and fun.
I cannot say what was the thing I liked the most because from the trekking to the visit the Nomad Warriors in the Kraal, I have appreciated every single moment. It has been a real opportunity and luck for me to be in contact with a so different culture, extremely interesting and welcoming.
Kara-Tunga hosted a renown Belgium journalist to reveal Uganda’s untouched Karamoja region. He quoted Karamoja as “Off the Beaten Path” and his experience “Out of Africa”. Read his travel report in Belgiums biggest newspaper ‘Het Laatste Nieuws’ featuring the Karamoja region, Kidepo Valley National Park and Authentic cultural tours of Kara-Tunga.
We were very lucky that Kara-Tunga was brought to our attention right before we took off for a visit to Kidepo Valley NP, otherwise we would probably have missed out on such an awe-inspiring experience in the North-Eastern and Eastern parts of Uganda.
I’ve been traveling in Uganda before, but I’ve never seen this side of the country. I was amazed. It’s the poorest region of Uganda, but culturally and historically definitely one of the richest. A lot of people live according to old traditions, and they all have a great sense of their past. Karamojong people are …