After having lunch, learners traveled to Kumi district through Bukedea district (Teso sub-region) to visit Nyero Rock Paintings which was comissioned as a national monument in 1996.
The painting bear geometrical motifs believed to have been painted by the Twa hunter-gatherers (pigmies) between 1000-3000years ago.
There was some bit of hiking as learners had to travel in between rock to view the different paintings.
They saw paintings of concentric circles believed to represent the sun and crocodile painting which was meant to create awareness of its dangers to humans. Other paintings included; ladders, canoe and giraffe.