Jinja Guided Village Walk
It is not often you get to wander into a strangers home and share dinner with them but on the Jinja Guided Village Walk not only is it ok, it is expected!
An interesting and respected English speaking local resident will take you on a tour of his village, pointing out the facilities available to them, before taking you to a family home for a meal.
A up-close and personal cultural experience where a lot can be learned by all involved.
Why do the Jinja Guided Village Walk?
See the village
Share a meal
Play with the kids
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