Uganda’s culture is composed of various behavior and lifestyle that vary from different regions.
Uganda’s culture is composed of a number of tribes and each tribe speak a different language. Luganda is commonly spoken in the entire country but only a few people speak English and Swahili.
In the African culture, a drum that is made out of animal hides and skin is commonly used for communication and entertainment and the sounds differ depending on the type of communication put across. It can be a death announcement, communal work, and meetings to discuss particular issues.
Uganda’s cultural and heritage sites
Kasubi Royal tombs, Karambi Royal tombs, Mparo Royal tombs, Nkokonjeru tombs, Wamala tombs Namugongo shrines, Sezibwa falls and many others.