Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, offers a unique experience for tourists.

Known as the "City of Seven Hills," Kampala is a vibrant and bustling city with a rich history and diverse culture.

One of the highlights of visiting Kampala is exploring its historical attractions. The city is home to several historical sites, such as the Kasubi Tombs, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and serve as burial grounds for the Buganda kings. The Uganda Museum is another must-visit attraction, showcasing the country’s cultural heritage and offering insights into its history.
For nature enthusiasts, Kampala provides opportunities to explore its beautiful surroundings. The nearby Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa and offers activities like boat cruises and fishing trips. The Mabira Forest Reserve, located just outside the city, is perfect for hiking and birdwatching.
Kampala also has a lively arts and entertainment scene. The National Theatre hosts various performances, including dance, music, and drama shows, providing a glimpse into Uganda’s thriving arts scene. The Ndere Centre offers cultural performances that showcase traditional Ugandan music, dance, and storytelling.
In terms of dining, Kampala boasts a range of restaurants and street food stalls where you can try the famous rolex and traditional Ugandan dishes like matooke (steamed green bananas), ugali (stiff maize porridge). You can also find international cuisine options in the city’s many eateries.
When it comes to accommodation, Kampala has a wide range of options to suit every budget. From luxury hotels to budget-friendly guesthouses, you can find a place to stay that meets your needs.
Overall, Kampala offers a blend of history, culture, nature, and entertainment, making it an interesting and enjoyable destination for tourists. 


in the capital

Day 1:

Morning: Start your day by visiting the Uganda Museum, where you can learn about the country’s history and culture.

Afternoon: Head to the Kasubi Tombs, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that serves as the burial grounds for the Buganda kingdom’s kings and royal family.

Evening: Enjoy some traditional Ugandan cuisine at one of the local restaurants in Kampala.

Day 2:

Morning: Explore the vibrant markets of Kampala, such as Owino Market or Nakasero Market, where you can find a wide range of goods and immerse yourself in the local atmosphere.

Afternoon: Visit the Namirembe Cathedral, one of the oldest and most iconic churches in Uganda, offering panoramic views of the city.

Evening: Take a stroll along Lake Victoria and enjoy the beautiful sunset.

Day 3:

Morning: Visit the Bahá’í Temple, also known as the Mother Temple of Africa, which is a serene place of worship and offers a peaceful atmosphere.

Afternoon: Discover the hustle and bustle of downtown Kampala, visit popular landmarks like the Independence Monument and explore local shops and eateries.

Evening: Enjoy dinner at a rooftop restaurant, offering stunning views of the city skyline.

Day 4:

Morning: Take a day trip to Entebbe, a town located on the shores of Lake Victoria. Visit the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre or relax on one of the beaches.

Afternoon: Explore the Botanical Gardens in Entebbe, known for their diverse flora and fauna.

Evening: Return to Kampala and indulge in some nightlife at one of the city’s top bars or night clubs.

Enjoy your time exploring the city! 

Starting Price $500pp

Package includes.

  • Personal tour guide
  • Transportation to and from hotel
  • Accommodation (Full board)
  • Entry fees
  • All fees and taxes

Package Excludes.

  • Spirits/alcoholic drinks
  • Laundry
  • Tips
  • Other personal activities are not included in the itinerary


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