Uganda Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Nakasero Market

On the south side of Nakasero Hill, one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Kampala, sits the huge and chaotic Nakasero Market. While the top half of the ...  Read more

Uganda National Mosque

The Uganda National Mosque, formerly called the Gaddafi National Mosque, is to the city of Kampala what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris and the Statue of ...  Read more

YARID Center

YARID, short for Young African Refugees for Integral Development, was founded in 2007 by a Congolese refugee living in Uganda. Today, the YARID Center seeks ...  Read more

Lake Mburo National Park

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Lake Mburo National Park is host to hundreds of species of animals, from rare birds to zebras and hippos. A haven for nature enthusiasts, a trip here is the ...  Read more

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Nearly half the planet’s remaining mountain gorillas live within Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda. It’s one of only three places in the world where ...  Read more

Kibale National Park

One of the richest areas of biodiversity in all of Uganda is Kibale National Park, known primarily for its chimpanzees but equally for its tropical forest. ...  Read more

Lake Mutanda

Located in the Kisoro District of southwestern Uganda, scenic Lake Mutanda sits in the shadows of a string of misty volcanoes and is a popular base camp for ...  Read more

Murchison Falls National Park

This massive park in the countryside of Uganda is home to the famed Rabonga Forest, the Nile River and plenty of wildlife. Travelers will find hippos, chimps ...  Read more

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Since 1952 this incredible park has been attracting host country nationals and foreign travelers alike, thanks to diverse wildlife, stunning landscapes and ...  Read more

Kasubi Royal Tombs

Occupying 74 acres (30 hectares) of hillside in Kampala district of Uganda are the UNESCO-listed Kasubi Royal Tombs, an important religious site for the ...  Read more

Kisenyi Slum

Kisenyi Slum, located in the heart of Kampala adjacent to the capital's central business district, is a huge neighborhood where some of Uganda’s poorest and ...  Read more

Lake Victoria

Uganda is famously home to the main reservoir of the mighty Nile River, Lake Victoria. The second largest freshwater lake on the planet with a surface area of ...  Read more

Lubiri Palace

The British-inspired colonial Lubiri Palace sits on top of Mengo Hill and has long served as the residence of the Buganda King. The sprawling grounds are most ...  Read more

Old Taxi Park

You haven’t seen a traffic jam until you’ve witness the Old Taxi Park in Kampala. Located in the triangle between Luwum, Burton and South Streets, the park ...  Read more

Uganda Martyrs' Shrine

On June 3, 1886 in the town of Namugongo just northeast of Kampala, 26 young men were burned to death for their refusal to their Anglican and Catholic faiths. ...  Read more

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