Ewaffe Cultural Village, a contemporary village nestled in Naggalama, Mukono District is organizing discounted group trips in a move to allow tourism enthusiasts have a feel of Uganda’s unique cultural norms and traditions.
The cultural visit scheduled for November 18, will see visitors experience in various forms such as food tourism, farm tours, cooking courses, pottery, and storytelling through the unique norms relating more to the Buganda Culture as one of the most vibrant tribes of Uganda.
Ewaffe whose name originates from Luganda phrase literally translated as “Our Home”, highlights the Buganda cultural values attached to the people of Uganda and the global community and presents an enchanting opportunity for tourism lovers to immerse into Uganda’s rich cultural heritage.
Ms Aisha Nabwanika, the founder and team leader at Ewaffe Cultural Village told DailyExpress that at a nominal fee of just Shs80,000 (inclusive of transport and full-day tourism activities), visitors will not miss out on a sweetening taste of Buganda’s delicacy locally known as Oluwombo, a cuisine experience like no other in the central region.
Besides, Aisha says visitors will also get a chance to indulge and create an educative, fun and engaging traditional centre that demonstrates values and norms relating to the central region.
“In a highlight of the activities enlisted for the day, visitors should also expect to engage in the Medicinal trail; which involves tracing the local medicinal herbs to experience the village’s efforts in bringing to life the Kiganda culture that is increasingly being threatened by modern culture,” Aisha explains.
Other activities that await you
Therapeutic nature walk; where visitors go through a trail walk through several plant species which offer the aura of nature and eating wild fruits along the way as you head to the well-named Nnalongo.
Not to forget on the visit is the Kojja and Ssenga session through which youths ready for marriage are engaged in local bedroom talks by experts tipping them on how to sustain and keep their matrimonial relationships.
You will also learn about the local DNA testing commonly known as ‘Okwalula abaana’, a cultural traditional system used by the Baganda to determine the paternity of children.
Ewaffe Cultural Village presents this unique experience in just a day’s activities at Naggalama Mukono District along Kayunga road, an hour drive from Kampala, the heart of Uganda.
To book a reservation for the Nov 18 trip to Ewaffe Village, contact the organizer on Tel: +256 704 080958 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also book online through this link here
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