7 Days Turkana Cultural Festival – Group Safari

The largest annual festival in Turkana Kenya attracting international visitors.

The largest annual festival in Turkana Kenya attracting international visitors.

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Important note: Exact days in and exact program to be announced.

The 4th Turkana County Tourism and Cultural (TUCTAC) Festival 2017 – The very first festival held in 2014 already impressed thousands of visitors from Turkana, neighbouring countries and Nairobi with a rich cultural program and a professional organisation. The festival is organised by: Turkana County Government’s Department of Tourism Development and the Department of Culture and Social Services.


The festival is a celebration of the Turkana (Ateker) cultural diversity and provides a diverse program containing: cultural performances by the Ateker Communities of Uganda, South Sudan and Ethiopia, a Tourism and Trade Expo, Miss Tourism Turkana Gala Night, Turkana Traditional Foods and Herbs Jamboree, Expert and Motivational Speakers on Cultural Diversity, the Origin of Mankind, Ateker Communities and much more.

Information & Bookings

We work together with a selection of specialised tour operators. Therefore we’re able to save you time and offer you the best available rates without charging booking fees. Contact us for more information below:


Telephone: +256 784 414 528 / Email info@discoverkaramoja.com

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    Additional information


    Self contained double bedroom with breakfast.

    Food & Drinks

    Breakfast included. Other Food & Drinks are not included.

    Pick up and return

    Exact time and dates to be announced. The trip departures from Kampala in Uganda. Contact us for other pick up destinations.


    Toyota Landcruiser with experienced driver


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