Uganda’s Tepeth-tribe Cultural Tour on Mount Moroto in the Karamoja region is a truly pure experience of the indigenous hunters-gatherers community of Northeastern Uganda. The Tepeth-tribe live on the slopes of Karamoja’s highest volcanic mountain range bordering Kenya.
The Tepeth are considered the original inhabitants of the Karamoja plains but were pushed high up the mountain by the current settlers. They were formerly hunters and gatherers but due to the decline in wildlife numbers between the 1970s and 1980s they have since taken up a new role as agro-pastoralists. For so many years now, they depend and worship Mount.
Experience vs. Walk
Learn how to prepare traditional meals, how to sing and dance to traditional folklore, how to make traditional Karimojong beads accessories, experience the ancient traditions of foreseers, listen to the stories of elders and play traditional Karimojong games.
Start time: Approximately 3.00pm
Duration of excursion: 5-6 hours
Maximum size of group: 6 people
Inclusions and exclusions
Including: Community contribution, experienced guide
Excluding: Transport, tips and personal expenditures
|Prices per person
Combine this tour with on of below activities to make it a full day experience: