What Is Dodoth Cultural Experience In Karamoja In 2024/2025

the dodoth cultural experience in karamoja in 2024/2025


The Dodoth tribe lives in Kaabong District in the Karamoja sub-region, situated in the northeast part of Uganda. Oral history says that the Dodoth tribe separated from the Karamojong in the in the mid-eighteenth century and moved northward into more mountainous territory. Click here to see our mountain gorilla trekking safaris 


The heartland of the Dodoth tribe is a bowl surrounded by mountains and hills on both sides. They live near the tallest peak of Mount Morungole, near Kenya, Sudan, and Uganda, on the scenic East African Rift escarpment of Timu Forest. The Dodoth land was once rich in wildlife species such as elephants, rhinos, buffalo, lions, and giraffes. Today, travelers can view these animals in the preserved Kidepo Valley National Park. Click here to view our recommended mountain gorilla trekking safari


Summary of our Proposed itinerary

Day 1

8:00AM – Drive to Mt Morungole

12:30PM – Lunch at Morungole Eco Camp

1:30PM – 6PM – 10Km Hike Mt Morungole

Dinner + Sleep at Morungole Eco Camp

Day 2

8:00AM – Drive to Timu

10:00AM – 12PM – Dodoth Tribe Cultural Experience

1PM – 2PM – Lunch at Timu Eco Camp

2PM – 6PM – Timu Nature Walk + Ik Cultural Experience

Dinner + Sleep at Timu Eco Camp


which other cultural experience can i combine with the Dodoth cultural experience in 2024/2025

Travelers can always combine this Dodoth-Tribe Cultural Experience with any of these activities below to make it a life time experience in a full day encounter- or two-days experience

Ik-Tribe Cultural Experience

Mount Morungole Hiking

Timu Forest Walk


Travel Distance  


Kidepo Valley Np 


Dodoth tribe 

3 hours 

1.5 hours 

Timu forest 

4 hours 

2.2 hours 


Mount Morungole 

4.5 hours 

3 hours 

Price per person 



1 Pax 












which accommodation options can i use for Dodoth Cultural Experience in 2024/2025

Stay at one of the affordable Kara-Tunga Eco Camps, one is situated at the foot of Mount Morungole and there is another one located on top of the East Africa Rift escarpment in Timu. You can visit the Eco Camps page.