- Have a unique local village experience near Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Get insight into the traditional coffee making process
- Join a hand paper making workshop with our local women
- Have a beautiful view from our lookout point
- Duration: 2 hours
Have an opportunity to learn the local farming skills of our village. You will be shown or even asked to participate in the process of farming coffee: from planting, harvesting, drying and processing drinkable coffee. You will also meet the local women who make paper out of Elephant dung and you can even learn it yourself during a craft making workshop. Click below to have a further read.
We are a farmer’s community living on the edges of Queen Elizabeth National Park, in western Uganda. We have created a unique local experience for you that will give you insight into our local life and share each others cultures and provide additional income for our community. We grow coffee and cotton as the major cash crops and bananas and some other food crops.
One of our local guides is happy to take your around so that you can meet with us in person.
Our village doesn't have an ATM in the area. Neither do we offer any meals or accommodation so please bring your own food or let your hotel pack something.
- Local guide