Kampala cultural safari Uganda – Ndere Cultural center /Ndere Troup
There is quite a good number of tourists that are interested in Uganda safaris, Uganda wildlife safaris, Uganda gorilla trekking safaris, Uganda adventure tour, as well as Uganda birding trips. This is because Uganda is a diverse country that is not only rich in nature and wildlife, but is a country that has an undiscovered, fascinating cultural heritage. Our Uganda cultural tours give you the chance to explore the real Africa and learn about the wide, fascinating culture of the tribes in Uganda. Uganda has four major kingdoms and well-established chiefdom and all these have different dressing styles, different habits and lifestyles.
Take a cultural safari Uganda and visit Kampala for an introduction about Uganda’s culture where you will pay visit to some of Uganda’s interesting historical sites including the Uganda Museum and if you visit on a day Ndere Centre presents, take a drive there and watch the different cultural dances of the different tribes in Uganda.
Ndere Centre is also called the Home of Cultures because there shows cover different cultures around Africa. Ndere Troupe and headquarters of Uganda Development Theatre Association is built on 9 acres of well-maintained green, beautifully flowered walk ways and shaded by very mature fruit and other African trees. The rare architecture is a seamless combination of artistic creativity with simplicity that takes African forms, materials, colors and construction to unprecedented heights.
I t is open every day but especially the evenings of Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays when the Ndere Troupe is performing is a feast at Ndere. There is always BBQ that will will give you permanent homesickness and never-ending desire of Uganda’s cuisine.
Uganda is Africa’s cultural microcosm. Ndere Troupe captures the amazing cultural songs, dances and unique instruments from the 56 nationalities (tribes), weaves them with humorously informative stories and presents them in an authentic but artistically developed spectacle every Wednesday and Friday at 7pm, and Sundays at 6pm – an experience not to be missed by the entire family. For international guests to Uganda, this is the best introduction to Africa’s culture and ways of life, and firm bridge to your own country and culture.