The West Nile Region comprises of 9 unique districts with a diversity in history, people, and culture. Click the links to learn more about the individual districts.
West Nile is fast becoming a tourist destination in East Africa, offering visitors a myriad of exploration and relaxation sites.
PAKWACH. Amoropi hot spring in Panyimur Sub County, Pakwach district is a fascinating place of interface between tradition, culture and spiritual adventurism.
She dressed in brightly coloured Nubian costumes spotting a long dress, a headband, necklaces, beads, armlets and bracelets.
ZOMBO: Situated about 2km from Zombo district headquarters as you head towards Arua district along the Nebbi-Paidha-Arua road is entailing intricate historical and cultural importance to the Alur.
MOYO: The increasing volume of traffic via the Obongi-Sinyanya route is putting too much strain on the ferry and its attendant staff that there is need for a second ferry at Obongi, the area member of parliament.
ARUA. Bus managers in Arua town have expressed worry over the increasing cases of theft targeting their passengers.
The old colonial building served as an administrative centre for East and West Moyo under the West Nile district. It was also a civic centre for the people of West Nile.
Yumbe District was created in November 2000, curved out of Arua District. It was originally called Aringa County under Arua district.
Known as the food basket of West Nile region due to its fertile soils, Zombo District is also endowed with beautiful landscapes and hosts the burial grounds of the Alur Cultural institution at Atiak Sub County.