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You can also take a Village Walk in the Nkuringo area of Bwindi which is in the Southern area of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Ruboni Village Rubonis off of the beaten Tourist Track – it is home to the Bakonzo the keepers of the Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon.

Here you can take a Village Walk and visit a traditional healer, a village elder who will give you background of his people.

While in Southwest Uganda – do not miss a cultural – interactive encounter with the Batwa People.

Visit the local blacksmith who uses the methods of old to produce the tools that people need.

Visit a local home and be part of cooking a meal, take dancing and or drumming lessons and more.

The Batwa Trail in Mgahinga Park Buniga Forest Walk with the Batwa People Experience Bwindi Forest with the Batwa in Buhoma Buhoma Community Village Walk Buhoma Community Village Walk – Meet the Community beyond Gorilla Tracking while staying in the Buhoma area of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.

(Please Note: A Village Walk can be included in your safari if you are staying in the Nkuringo or Rushaga area of the Park.) This 3 hour Village Walk introduces you to the people and their culture living near Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in the Buhoma Area.

There is more to Uganda than Gorillas, Chimpanzees, Primates, Wildlife – Scenery – there are its People Ugandan Culture – an enriching and unforgettable experience Uganda is known for its Primates – the majestic Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees and to a lesser degree the endangered Golden Monkeys.

Thousands of visitors per year come each to visit Uganda – most of them miss the rich cultural diversity of the Ugandan people – something to be experienced during your visit to the Pearl of Africa.

Here have a clean room, but no running water, no electricity, no flush toilet You will not be staying in a normal lodge, or hotel room but in a Banda, a traditional African Hut, experience village life, gather in the garden, prepare and cook, learn new skills such as basket weaving and new ways and most of all meet Ugandans up close and personal teaching you how they gather, cook and live and this how many rural Ugandans live.

A Village Stay is also an enriching experience if you are on a Family Safari with pre-teens or teens.

On a Village-Walk you will learn the traditional ways – Locally made crafts – Dances- Traditional cooking-Brewing-Herbal Medicines.

The Buhoma Village Walk gives you an insight into the local culture and people and not to be missed at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.

In the culture of Uganda, it is all about relationships and that is the foundation of the various cultures.

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