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cultural tour
Bundibugyo- Western Region- Uganda
( 29 )
5 Days
8 Persons
English
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Brief

people called the Batwa (pygmies) who formally lived in the forest surviving on wild animals and plants. The Twa, aka the Batwa, are a pygmy people who were the oldest recorded inhabitants of the Great Lakes region of central Africa. They now live in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, and the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of Congo. http://www.naturesafariuganda.com/cultural-tours-western/

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people called the Batwa (pygmies) who formally lived in the forest surviving on wild animals and plants. The Twa, aka the Batwa, are a pygmy people who were the oldest recorded inhabitants of the Great Lakes region of central Africa. They now live in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, and the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of Congo http://www.naturesafariuganda.com/cultural-tours-western/.
 

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Cancellation Policy

You will get

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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Reviews

Thecrazyparrotlady

2019-08-25 09:42:24

"Mud, rubber boots required !" Muddy trails all along the walks - I'm talking about mud up to your ankles, 7 hours straight. Not much animals to see - I had expected a whole lot more of this forest (that turned out to be very...

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DanielD525

2019-07-30 16:13:24

"Feel the heat in Semuliki.." Another great diverse attraction that makes Uganda more than just wildlife. The forest walk and hot springs tour lasts about 2 hours and costs 35 usd pp. Other tours were available at the reception...

+More

robbymugi

2019-05-14 11:30:58

"Bodaboda tours" We visited the park and to a ride through the public road that goes through the park by bodaboda. We were chanced to see four pairs of the Abyssinian ground hornbills, lots of jobs, buffalos

+More

Jane S

2019-05-03 23:50:36

"Beautiful Scenery & Abundant Wildlife" I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Semulki National Park. We saw lots of Kob, bushbuck, buffalo, baboons, monkeys & a vast array of birds. The landscape was incredibly beautiful with lush , green...

+More

africanman_840

2019-01-30 21:46:09

"Fantastic place for bird watching" I just visited Semliki Toro National Park and have to say that it's a fantastic place for bird watching. On one game drive my guide managed to tick off seven new species of birds. I was really...

+More

mfuwe

2019-01-02 13:01:22

"A must for keen birders." We often visit here despite the lack of 'good' accommodation. This time we tried the UWA Bandas, see review, which were reasonable but not wonderful. The NP is home to many rare and unusual birds and...

+More

AndrewA64

2018-11-28 10:33:22

"A wild corner of Africa" It is the remoteness of this park that sets it apart. The journey from Fort Portal from the Ruwenzori mountains into the Congo basin in which the Semliki park sits, takes you into a region that...

+More

rrheard

2018-09-21 03:50:28

"Birding True Lowland Forest" Our main focus in visiting this area was to locate and see bird species unique to this habitat. Safely guided by knowledgeable, friendly ranger, our group really enjoyed hiking this special lowland...

+More

elton g

2018-08-29 22:48:14

"Uganda's daily open sauna! Uganda and the volcanics

+More

donalw347

2018-06-29 19:31:08

"Nice hike in the rain forest " My daughter and I were scouting for a pending research project, interested in learning about forest elephant habits. After paying our fees, we were fitted with rubber boots. We both had leather boots...

+More

bjornsin s

2018-06-17 04:21:16

"bird watching" beautiful place with the host springs, variety of birds, primates found in the Albartine rift valley the forest is connected to Ituuli forest in Congo Drc

+More

mbdanson55

2018-05-21 23:32:29

"Semiliki valley" First the roads connecting to the park, was very impressed, the windings of the Bundibugyo fortportal road. Now at the park The security, l can say..its good,your given two guards plus a tour guide...

+More

PhoebeHannie

2018-04-30 11:26:03

"Great view of Female and Male Hot Springs Wonderful for Birders" Had a walk in the park and also view of the hot springs; Sempaya male and female hot springs. It's got a variety of birds, some mammals and reptiles like crocs in River Semliki that borders the park.

+More

odyekfred5

2018-04-11 08:50:14

"amazing board walk" Visiting the hot springs is quite amazing, it gives you another view of the world and its attraction. Boiling eggs at the female hot spring is the most interesting moment and moving on the wood...

+More

Antony W

2018-02-01 03:43:41

"Semuliki you are something unique" I had an opportunity to visit this park you have to see it to believe it. This is not a part. it's a world nature. Too warm nearby still can walk over through a wooden made walkway

+More

Nick H

2017-10-06 07:17:29

"Nice forest, expensive fees" I was working in the park with the Ugandan government for a week on a geothermal study and was not here as a tourist. I still had to pay $65 each day, although this is good for 24 hours. Apparently...

+More

954hungg

2017-01-27 04:38:06

"Worth to go if you know which animal are special here" I don't recommend you to see the hotspring, because the scale are not big. But the game drive is very good, we miss the chance to see the shoebill because we have to leave in an early morning, we...

+More

kintu z

2016-03-22 08:03:34

"Forest walk and hot springs" With a new tarmac road from Fort-portal to Bundibugyo this is not a hard to reach place anymore. Forest walks and bird watching are the next best thing after the hotsprings. Nothing much else. If you...

+More

Mamalandsafaris

2015-09-22 07:00:58

"TOP Birding IBA zone in Uganda.." We have just come back from Semuliki National park with Birding Ecologists, and once again i keep this place as a top birders Paradise in the World.. With the Congo forests of the equatorial rain...

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cultural tour
Bundibugyo, Western Region, Uganda
( 29 )
5 Days
8 Persons
English
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Brief

people called the Batwa (pygmies) who formally lived in the forest surviving on wild animals and plants. The Twa, aka the Batwa, are a pygmy people who were the oldest recorded inhabitants of the Great Lakes region of central Africa. They now live in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, and the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of Congo. http://www.naturesafariuganda.com/cultural-tours-western/

Tour Detail

people called the Batwa (pygmies) who formally lived in the forest surviving on wild animals and plants. The Twa, aka the Batwa, are a pygmy people who were the oldest recorded inhabitants of the Great Lakes region of central Africa. They now live in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, and the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of Congo http://www.naturesafariuganda.com/cultural-tours-western/.
 

+More
Cancellation Policy

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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Reviews

Thecrazyparrotlady

2019-08-25 09:42:24

"Mud, rubber boots required !" Muddy trails all along the walks - I'm talking about mud up to your ankles, 7 hours straight. Not much animals to see - I had expected a whole lot more of this forest (that turned out to be very...

+More

DanielD525

2019-07-30 16:13:24

"Feel the heat in Semuliki.." Another great diverse attraction that makes Uganda more than just wildlife. The forest walk and hot springs tour lasts about 2 hours and costs 35 usd pp. Other tours were available at the reception...

+More

robbymugi

2019-05-14 11:30:58

"Bodaboda tours" We visited the park and to a ride through the public road that goes through the park by bodaboda. We were chanced to see four pairs of the Abyssinian ground hornbills, lots of jobs, buffalos

+More

Jane S

2019-05-03 23:50:36

"Beautiful Scenery & Abundant Wildlife" I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Semulki National Park. We saw lots of Kob, bushbuck, buffalo, baboons, monkeys & a vast array of birds. The landscape was incredibly beautiful with lush , green...

+More

africanman_840

2019-01-30 21:46:09

"Fantastic place for bird watching" I just visited Semliki Toro National Park and have to say that it's a fantastic place for bird watching. On one game drive my guide managed to tick off seven new species of birds. I was really...

+More

mfuwe

2019-01-02 13:01:22

"A must for keen birders." We often visit here despite the lack of 'good' accommodation. This time we tried the UWA Bandas, see review, which were reasonable but not wonderful. The NP is home to many rare and unusual birds and...

+More

AndrewA64

2018-11-28 10:33:22

"A wild corner of Africa" It is the remoteness of this park that sets it apart. The journey from Fort Portal from the Ruwenzori mountains into the Congo basin in which the Semliki park sits, takes you into a region that...

+More

rrheard

2018-09-21 03:50:28

"Birding True Lowland Forest" Our main focus in visiting this area was to locate and see bird species unique to this habitat. Safely guided by knowledgeable, friendly ranger, our group really enjoyed hiking this special lowland...

+More

elton g

2018-08-29 22:48:14

"Uganda's daily open sauna! Uganda and the volcanics

+More

donalw347

2018-06-29 19:31:08

"Nice hike in the rain forest " My daughter and I were scouting for a pending research project, interested in learning about forest elephant habits. After paying our fees, we were fitted with rubber boots. We both had leather boots...

+More

bjornsin s

2018-06-17 04:21:16

"bird watching" beautiful place with the host springs, variety of birds, primates found in the Albartine rift valley the forest is connected to Ituuli forest in Congo Drc

+More

mbdanson55

2018-05-21 23:32:29

"Semiliki valley" First the roads connecting to the park, was very impressed, the windings of the Bundibugyo fortportal road. Now at the park The security, l can say..its good,your given two guards plus a tour guide...

+More

PhoebeHannie

2018-04-30 11:26:03

"Great view of Female and Male Hot Springs Wonderful for Birders" Had a walk in the park and also view of the hot springs; Sempaya male and female hot springs. It's got a variety of birds, some mammals and reptiles like crocs in River Semliki that borders the park.

+More

odyekfred5

2018-04-11 08:50:14

"amazing board walk" Visiting the hot springs is quite amazing, it gives you another view of the world and its attraction. Boiling eggs at the female hot spring is the most interesting moment and moving on the wood...

+More

Antony W

2018-02-01 03:43:41

"Semuliki you are something unique" I had an opportunity to visit this park you have to see it to believe it. This is not a part. it's a world nature. Too warm nearby still can walk over through a wooden made walkway

+More

Nick H

2017-10-06 07:17:29

"Nice forest, expensive fees" I was working in the park with the Ugandan government for a week on a geothermal study and was not here as a tourist. I still had to pay $65 each day, although this is good for 24 hours. Apparently...

+More

954hungg

2017-01-27 04:38:06

"Worth to go if you know which animal are special here" I don't recommend you to see the hotspring, because the scale are not big. But the game drive is very good, we miss the chance to see the shoebill because we have to leave in an early morning, we...

+More

kintu z

2016-03-22 08:03:34

"Forest walk and hot springs" With a new tarmac road from Fort-portal to Bundibugyo this is not a hard to reach place anymore. Forest walks and bird watching are the next best thing after the hotsprings. Nothing much else. If you...

+More

Mamalandsafaris

2015-09-22 07:00:58

"TOP Birding IBA zone in Uganda.." We have just come back from Semuliki National park with Birding Ecologists, and once again i keep this place as a top birders Paradise in the World.. With the Congo forests of the equatorial rain...

+More
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