If you are looking for some off-beaten adventurous activities then the cave exploration in Uganda will be a perfect addition to your bucket list. Uganda offers several caves that are worthy of adventuring into.
Mt. Elgon National Park enables the adrenaline junkies a great opportunity to discover a few stunning and mysterious caves that go through interesting trails.
Kitum Cave: Kitum cave can be spotted inside the tremendous Mt Elgon National Park. The cave is non-solution formed with volcanic rocks. The common animal you can spot here are the African Elephants.
Mackingeny Cave: Settled in vast fruit bats and candid horseshoe bats towards the back the Mackingeny Cave is one of the most stunning caves you can spot in Mt. Elegon.
Garama cave: 342 meters long and 14 meters deep Garama cave is situated in Mgahinga National park beneath a plateau northern edge of the park, 3km from Ntebeko. The cave was inhabited by pygmy Batwa people many years back is now a popular tourist spot.
Amabere Caves: Located at Nyakasura Falls the beautiful cave has a beautiful story behind it. The locals believe that Nyinamwiru being the daughter of a local usurper king was very beautiful and thus the king cut her breast to make her look less attractive but however still with her alluring beauty she loved Batembuzi King Isaza and later gave birth to a son and due to her inability to feeding her son she used what looked like milk dripping from the stalactites, which appeared milky because of its calcium content. And this is how the cave got its name from.