Sunday, 9 July 2017

Touring unique Ethnic groups gifted to Uganda

The Bantu not only being the broadest ethnic group in Africa, it's so in Uganda. Speaking different languages with a common prefix 'Ntu' they flourish the Eastern, Western and Central parts of Uganda. Some of these tribes include the Baganda of Central Uganda, Banyankole and Bakiga in the South-Western parts Basoga and Bagisu of Eastern region. Their leadership is hereditary through kingship. Matooke being the dominant staple foods among most tribes.
the Baganda of Central Uganda, Banyankole and Bakiga in the South-Western parts Basoga and Bagisu

The Nilotics come next in Population after the Bantu. The Northern region is being their area of occupancy with districts such as Gulu, Lira, Pader, Arua all gifted with different tourism natures.
The Nilo-Hamites are another unique ethnic group that would attractively pay the best experience of your tour into the Pearl of Africa. The Karamajongs of North-Eastern Uganda are the tribe in this ethnic group in Uganda. This region being dominated by dry climatic conditions, the Karamajongs have historically and to-date resorted to nomadic pastoralism as their main economic activity. These survive on beef, blood, and milk from their cattle as their staple foods inspite of an insignificant plantations of millet and other dry crops.

The last ethic is the hamites with a less number in the South Western parts of Uganda bordering Rwanda. These are also pastoralists with large herds of Cattle kept on huge masses of farm-lands.
Experience your best tours throughout the ethnics of Uganda.

We shall keep you posted

By Wyfy


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