“A must must visit while in Mbale”
Whilst not a must it is an interesting place to visit. The paintings are slowly wearing away. They do give an insight into living many years ago and it is advisable to go with one of the guards
There are 6 shelters in total and out of them 3 are main: Nyero 1 - Series of geometric and abstract paintings which may once have been used for sacred rituals, such as: rain-making and fertility. Nyero 2 - This is the biggest and highest paintings, painted using ladders over…
Good to see while in the area but not worth a special trip unless you are really into this kind of thing. Guide was helpful and informative. Fees were 15,000UGX entry per person and we paid 20,000 UGX to the guide.
It is very interesting place, far from main roads, but easy accessible. Paintings are amazingly, staff is very friendly!
Nyero Rock Paintings are a wonderful place to stop and visit - the hike around the paintings is easy and the guide is very knowledgable. I had no idea something like this exited in Uganda and I'm very glad that we make it a stop on our trip.