Boomu Women´s Group has around 40 members from the villages of Kihaguzi and Kigaragara. What began as a craft group has evolved into a wonderful community tourism project, with accommodation, a restaurant, unique guided tours and a well-tended garden.
Overlooking the imposing hillsides of Bwindi Impenetrable forest, with the mist swirling over the summits, this is one of the most dramatic settings for your cultural tour!
What´s it like to live in this village next to the salt lake? This tour gives visitors the chance to meet the locals, and get involved in their daily lives.
Traditional crafts hold a special significance in Ugandan villages – whether it is a small basket containing groundnuts as a sign of friendship; a calabash placed on top of a house to ward off evil spirits; or a traditional healer´s woven purse, filled with natural remedies.