Edirisa Canoe Trekking
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How to make a visit to the Batwa “Pygmies” of southwestern Uganda a positive and enriching experience? For both the Batwa and the visitors? Edirisa has been trying to answer this question for a decade, but more intensely since February 2013.

We were approached by Michael Saurer of Studiosus Reisen who wanted a better Batwa trip for his clients. He had a thought-provoking central idea: no dancing, please! He was simply strongly against anything resembling a human safari or supporting alcoholism. We felt Kanusu’s people would be the best match.

Studiosus travellers have since formed the majority of visitors to the Batwa of Rwamahano, but we have brought other guests as well - until September 2014 they had met over 10 groups.



Most importantly, we visited them during a familiarisation trip for Kampala tour operators in May 2014. Their detailed feedback was then shared with the Batwa and further improvements were made.

The year and a half of the pilot stage meant a lot of tweaking, a lot of discussing, a lot of learning. But we always knew we had a great thing in the making; right from the start the guests were positively surprised and the Batwa eager to receive more visitors.



After tour operators complained about the brief nature of the short trail option, we went through it with all Batwa men interested. They had a lot to contribute - it was a very enriching experience for everyone on the team.

Overview | Program & Price | Batwa Kids | Info for Parents | Activity Origin | What is Different | Kanusu | Batwa of Rwamahano | Echuya Forest Reserve

To book a trek or get more information please write to home@edirisa.org or call +256 75 2558 222.

Photo: Marcus Westberg
 

General Overview
Canoeing & Trekking on Lake Bunyonyi
Treks to Gorilla National Parks
Tailor-Made Treks
Budget Accommodation on Lake Bunyonyi
Tom`s Homestay on Lake Bunyonyi
Batwa Today (Echuya Forest Reserve)
  Overview
  Program & Price
  Batwa Kids
  Info for Parents & Guardians
  Activity Origin
  What is Different
  Kanusu
  Batwa of Rwamahano
  Echuya Forest Reserve
Cultural Museum of the Bakiga (Kabale)
Special Offers for Families
Special Offers for Schools
Trip Advice
Accommodation Upgrades
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