Cultural Education Program

The cultural education program offered here at Volunteers 2 Uganda is tailor made to give the full, exciting and extensive experience that Uganda has to offer to aspiring young travellers.  Your trip will include a full time, round the clock tour guide and Volunteers 2 Uganda representative to not only educate students and teachers about the interesting local culture, but also make sure that you  have the most positive experience possible during your time here in Uganda.

This program has been designed to cram in as much fun as possible in a short amount of time to allow younger travellers to experience all of the pleasures of the "Pearl of Africa." This means that each day you will be kept busy with a wide range of activities, places to go and things to see, including:
  • A Tour of the famous Kampala markets,
  • Trips to the botanical gardens to feed the local monkeys and other wildlife,
  • Visits to local schools and orphanages,
  • Visits to the Kampala Slums,
  • Visits to remote villages and traditional people,
  • Visits to local safe houses helping recovering street children,
  • Trips to the beach,
  • Question and answer sessions with locals from various backgrounds,
  • Visits to local farms for an education on how livestock and farming businesses work,
  • And many more activities.

Additional activities while here in Uganda
  • White water rafting,
  • Gorilla Trekking,
  • Safari,
  • Bungee Jumping,
  • Sipi falls,
  • Source of the Nile tour,
  • Kilimanjaro climb,
  • Boda Boda tour of Kampala,
  • Sabyinyo Volcano Climb,
  • Chimpanzee Trekking,
  • Boat Cruise.
When you arrive
From the moment you land in Uganda until the moment you are leaving us again, we will be with you every step of the way. Your package includes:
  • Airport pickup and drop-off,
  • In country travel,
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner every day,
  • A V2U representative to accompany you to all of your different activities and be available for you at any hour,
  • Accommodation in a gated house,
  • Access to an international telephone, if needed.

What you should bring with you
  • Mosquito net,
  • Sunscreen,
  • Malaria tablets,
  • A protective hat,
  • Closed shoes,
  • Open shoes,
  • A small bag to be worn around the waste or shoulder,
  • Insect repellent,
  • Torch.