Uganda has a unique experience that allows visitors to discover the country's diverse and flavorful cuisine. From traditional dishes to modern fusion cuisine for example our popular Rolex meal. Uganda offers a variety of culinary delights that are sure to tantalize the taste buds. The country has grown so rich in international dishes as well with restaurants available that offer Italian, Ethiopian, Chines, and Indian foods to mention but a few. Some foods are stable food to certain tribes among these are the; Eshabwe which is special to Ankole people; luwombo to Buganda, and karo to the Eastern tribes. Each tribe you may choose will give you a different culinary experience.

Gastronomy tours tell a story of the heritage of our people, uniquely prepared and served by the different communities one wishes to Engage with. From traditional dishes to modern fusion cuisine, Uganda's diverse cuisine is sure to delight foodies and culinary enthusiasts alike.



Day 1. Arrive at Entebbe International Airport and transfer to a hotel for your overnight stay as well as dinner in Entebbe. Meal Plan: Bed and breakfast

Day 2. Start your walking tour in the capital city of Kampala, where you can explore the bustling markets and street food stalls. Begin your day with a cup of Ugandan coffee, which is known for its rich and robust flavor. For breakfast, try a plate of katogo, a popular dish made from mashed plantains or cassava with beans and meat. In the evening, visit a local street food vendor and try the popular Rolex, a rolled chapati filled with scrambled eggs, tomatoes, onions, and spices. Meal Plan: Breakfast.

Day 3: After breakfast, you shall proceed to lake bunyonyi in the southwestern part of Uganda via Mbarara and Kabale which is about 8 hours. Southwestern Uganda, is known for its beautiful scenery and agricultural produce. Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 4. Enjoy a traditional breakfast of porridge made from millet or sorghum, served with fresh fruits and nuts. Visit a local farm and learn about the cultivation of crops such as matooke, beans, and sweet potatoes. Later in the afternoon, Enjoy a canoe ride on Bunyonyi and Ziplining on the Lake. For lunch, try the local specialty, eshabwe, a sauce made from cow's milk, salt, and vegetables such as pumpkin leaves or eggplant. In the evening, enjoy a Ugandan wine tasting at a local vineyard, where you can sample wines made from grapes and fruits such as passionfruit and pineapple. Meal Plan: Bed and breakfast

Day 5. Transfer back to Entebbe for your flight departure. Meal Plan: Bed and breakfast.