A Three Days City and Cultural Tour

Day One.
Transfer from the air port to Kampala city for visits to the Gadafi National Mosque on old Kampala hill, Makerere University, Namirembe and Rubaga hills cathedral and spend the evening at Garden city before heading to your hotel for Dinner and an overnight.

Day Two.
Early breakfasts then you are picked from your hotel (Kolping Hotel Kampala) by your tour guide to visit St. Balikudembe Market before heading to Ssezimbwa falls in Mukono and look at the kabakas palace in banda. Brach off Jinja road in nakawa for a visit to the Bahai temple the only of its kind in Africa after which you will be taken to have a relaxing evening at the Ndere Centre for cultural dances and other activities.

Day Three.
After breakfast you will be taken to for a cultural tour to lubiri (Twekobe), the kabaka's Lake, Buganda's parliamentary seat in Bulange and at the Nagalabi Buddo coronation site. Transfer to the Airport for your departure.
ENTEBBE City tour: Excursion tour

The colonial town of Entebbe is about 45 minutes drive from Kampala. Visit the Entebbe International Airport, the lakeside Botanical Gardens, the Uganda Wildlife Education Center and Resort Beach Entebbe, a lake side resort .You can also visit Kigungu ferry landing site fom Ssese Islands, a traditional fishing village.Finishing with a traditional Uganda style lunch at a local favourite restaurant.

Entebbe botanical garden was established in 1901 and lies on the shores of Africa's greatest lake Victoria. The botanical garden is 34 km's from Kampala, about 45 minutes drive on a perfect tarmac road. The garden hosts a variety of open country and woodland bird species. Guereza Colobus and Vervet monkeys can be observed next to great Blue and Ross's turacos , Klaas's and Diederik Cuckoos , Woodland Kingfisher , Broad-billed Roller, Black and white casqued horn bill and splendid starling can be observed on the small ruminant patches of the rainforest. The place is also clouded with butterflies and different plant species. Please come and enjoy the scenic beauty of the area and learn more from the high biodiversity area.


The Uganda Wildlife Education Center (UWEC) in Entebbe was created by the Government of Uganda with the help of the Wildlife Conservation Center in New York. The Center has grown considerably in recent years and hosts a variety of wildlife. UWEC is not a zoo as the center environment has been designed to be as close as possible to the wild. At the center, visitors are able to observe many flora and fauna of the indigenous species to be found in Uganda and also to receive comprehensive information on the species, their natural habitats and the complex ecologies of Uganda.

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