This is the only package that will bring you close to the real daily mood of Kampala City! It will give you a chance to interact with some city hustlers, it has all what you would desire to see in any city like culture, entertainment, religion, business, transport systems, and sightseeing “If not this one then what else would you do really”?
Enjoy a comfortable drive around Uganda's capital city and visit four of Kampala’s most iconic attractions. Explore the history, architecture and culture of our capital with our driving tour of the city's most celebrated Attractions. Guests may choose any four of: The Lubiri Palace, the Gadhafi Mosque, the royal tombs at Kasubi, the Baha’i temple, the martyr’s Shrine at Namugongo, the National Museum, the Rubaga and Namirembe Cathedrals, the martyr’s shrine at Namugongo
Kampala is a vibrant city of approximately two million people by day and 1 million people by night. The city is on twenty-seven hills but was originally built on seven hills just like Rome. The hills were of historical, colonial, and religious importance. Kampala is a generally safe city with no hassle directed to tourists but like any major city, you are advised to take care of your belongings.The city tour takes you to the historical, religious, and cultural sites as well as meeting with everyday Ugandans as they go about the daily errands of running all kinds of micro business to support their families. The Original seven hills’ of Kampala are Makerere hill – where Makerere University is located, Kololo Hill – the colonial administrative hill, Rubaga Hill – the home to Catholic church Cathedral, Namirembe Hill – home to Anglican church Cathedral; Mengo Hill – Kabaka’s administration center, Mbuya Hill- location of the biggest army barracks and Kibuli Hill- the Islam center.
Kampala can be chaotic for first-time visitors, but behind the hustle and bustle, the city has a lot of gems. Going on a guided tour makes it easy to discover what makes Kampala so great. As you visit top destinations like the Kasubi Tombs and National Museum, your guide tells you about Kampala’s history and role as Uganda’s cultural hub.
Gain an intimate overview of vibrant Kampala on a walking tour led by a local, ideal for first-time visitors to the Ugandan capital. Tick off a combination of top attractions and hidden gems, including the Nakasero Market, Kampala Hindu Temple, and the iconic Taxi Park, and benefit from the small-group size for more personalized attention from your local guide.
Enjoy a comfortable drive around Uganda's capital city and visit four of Kampala’s most iconic attractions. Explore the history, architecture and culture of our capital with our driving tour of the city's most celebrated Attractions. Guests may choose any four of: The Lubiri Palace, the Gadhafi Mosque, the royal tombs at Kasubi, the Baha’i temple, the martyr’s Shrine at Namugongo, the National Museum, the Rubaga and Namirembe Cathedrals, the martyr’s shrine at Munyonyo.
Kampala is alive with flavor! This tour is for the serious foodie who has a hearty appetite. Come join us and take a walk on the busy streets of central Kampala where we learn about and taste the traditional foods of Uganda. We will meet at a designated location in the city and visit up to three restaurants and the central market. Along the way, we will sample a variety of food, snack and drink as we stroll around the city. Our tour guide will share stories and information about traditional Ugandan foods while taking you around to local restaurants to taste a number of items. This tour involves some amount of walking along the bustling streets to areas not normally visited by tourists. We will visit crowded places such as the market and take in a view of the organized chaos of the taxi park. Come with an open mind and an empty stomach as we explore central Kampala!
The boda boda is Uganda's most common and popular mode of travel. There's no better way to truly visit and get around the capital, than by taking a thrilling boda ride. Explore five of Uganda's most iconic attractions and discover Uganda's history and culture. The tour also provides an opportunity to taste both local street food and a generous spread of Ugandan staple foods for lunch.
Here at Wildlife Adventure Safaris Uganda, our Safaris are Authentic, Customized and Guided by Fully experienced Africa Tour Safari Guides who will take you to all corners of the Country in the Jungles of the Uganda. We organize all kinds of safaris in Africa such as Africa Birding Safaris, Africa Gorilla Safaris, Africa Wildlife Safaris, Africa Cultural Safaris, and many more giving our Clients a Multitude of Choice to have the best According to there Interest. We request that you book with us to have Unforgettable Safari Experience in the Horizons of this Mighty African Continent.
The 1 day tour is around Uganda's capital city Kampala, It is in the South Central part of the country close to the shores of Lake Victoria. Among the places to be visited in kampala is the gadaffi mosque, the 2nd largest in Africa and is located at the Old Kampala. This mosque was given as a gift by the late col. Muammar Gaddafi the former president of Libya. The Uganda museum and Buganda cultural trail will be visited. There will be a tour around the Kampala tax park with hundreds of Commuter Taxis jam parked in a small Park (you will be guided to climb an adjacent high building to have an aerial view of this sometimes chaotic but exciting Park).Don't miss lunch in one of Kampala's finest restaurants and a culural performace at Ndere Cultural Centre.
We take you through all kind of attractions,we pass by where the founding Father of the Nation (Dr, Militon Obote) was laid to rest in Akokoro Lira District.Take you to the tradition (Baganda) dance originating from individual clans based on different themes such as economic and social activities.
Never the less Uganda being in the land locked country,Kampala is locked the more although it has an outlet of lake Victoria and all roads from all regions of Uganda stopping in the city centre and starting from the city centre.The city harbors number of different cultures and tribes even from out side Uganda because of the hospitality of this country's government.Back to attractions on this short quick city tour we will walk,run,sit,sit,eat,all the way after time to make sure all our stuff is done enough and exhausted in 9nine hours.So depending on where we pick you from remember no car is hire this time the hired service is your guide(james)..we decide on where to stat from depending on where you are at the moment but time must be appreciated and put into consideration.very early maybe at 8:00AM WE SHOULD START from all markets of Nakasero and owino as our firs destination ..come with bugs to carry cheap fruits, and clothes on this day,Then we fall for other sites in the city
Travel to the Murchison Falls NP. Expect the roaring rapids of the Murchison Falls, the rolling plains of Uganda’s largest National Park teaming with abundance of wildlife. Go chimp trekking in Budongo Forest Reserve. You will return to Kampala before travelling to Bwindi. Go gorilla trekking Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Transfer to Lake Bunyonyi for relaxation and sightseeing. Return to Entebbe International Airport to catch your flight out.
This 4 day Gorilla trekking and golden monkeys trekking safari will take you from Kigali International Airport all the way to Muhabura Hotel for overnight stay and into Virunga National Park and Volcanoes National Park for the observing of primates. You will also get to visit the twin lakes of Burera & Ruhondo and have the opportunity to visit the Genocide Memorial Centre.
This is a grand Uganda safari, on the tour you will discover some of Uganda’s premier wildlife destinations. The country offers sublime tourist experiences ranging from Game viewing in the striking savanna plains, Gorilla adventure, rafting on the Nile and more. On this safari, you will track the Mountain Gorillas in the misty Bwindi, track Golden monkeys and hiking in Mgahinga, view the big game roaming the undulating savanna plains of Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls National Parks.
ABOUT KAMPALA CITYKampala obtained the status of the City and was declared the commercial and administrative Capital of Uganda at the country’s independence in 1962. As early as the 11th century it was the center of the interlucustre Kingdom of Buganda and by the 1850’s it was the center of trade for Arabs dealing in slaves and ivory. The evolution of Kampala came in 1890 when Captain Fredrick Lugard was sent to Uganda as an agent of the Imperial British East African Company to govern Uganda on behalf of the British Crown which had been given the territory following the Berlin conference of 1884 that partitioned Africa among the European powers then. Today, the city encompasses 21 hills altogether.
Never the less Uganda being in the land locked country,Kampala is locked the more although it has an outlet of lake Victoria and all roads from all regions of Uganda stopping in the city centre and starting from the city centre.The city harbors number of different cultures and tribes even from out side Uganda because of the hospitality of this countrry's government.Back to attractions on this short quick city tour we will walk,run,sit,sit,eat,all the way after time to make sure all our stuff is done enough and exhausted in 9nine hours.So depending on where we pick you from remember no car is hire this time the hired service is your guide(james)..we decide on where to stat from depending on where you are at the moment but time must be appreciated and put into consideration.very early maybe at 8:00AM WE SHOULD START from all markets of Nakasero and owino as our firs destination ..come with bugs to carry cheap fruits, and clothes on this day,Then we fall for other sites in the city
This safari is a blend of wildlife tours and gorilla trekking. It features Queen Elizabeth National Park with wildlife game drives as well as gorilla trekking in the Bwindi. The trek uncovers a habitat with at least 400 mountain gorillas. Experience an encounter on Lake Bunyonyi known as “the lake of a thousand Islands” due to its 29 islands. This is an amazing safari! Come explore Africa wit
This safari takes you to the mighty Murchison Falls. Expect big five sighting but the highlight is the boat trip to base of the falls and a hike (if you like) to the top of the falls. A safari to the Murchison Falls offers the opportunity for Big 5 sighting in Uganda. Enjoy the roars of the Murchison Falls and depart for your outbound flight in Entebbe.
Arrive and transfer to Murchison Falls where you expect boat trip to the base of the falls and game drive. Head to Kibale for chimp tracking and also explore the crater lakes. From Kibale, transfer to Queen Elizabeth NP. Enjoy the big game sighting plus launch trip along the Kazinga Channel. Proceed to Bwindi for the ultimate gorilla experience and go have relaxation in Lake Bunyonyi. Exit Bunyonyi for Lake Mburo NP and enjoy a park walk plus some game drive. Fly out from Entebbe Airport.
We pick up clients and drop them back to their hotel within the city, provide a route map, WiFi on board, mineral water and photo coverage of the trip. All this is done in the comfort of an air conditioned car with a dedicated window seat.
This Uganda Gorilla and Wildlife Safari takes you to Uganda’s most famous parks including Kibale National Park the primate capital of the world, Murchison Falls National Park Uganda’s best known and biggest nature reserve, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park commonly known for mountain Gorilla trekking, Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda’s most popular tourist destination, Lake Mburo National Park Uganda’s smallest park and the beautiful Lake Bunyonyi.
3 Day Murchison falls safari : Murchison falls is Uganda’s largest and premier wildlife. Home to the world’s most powerful waterfall, elephants, buffaloes, lions and leopard plus a healthy population of hippos and crocodiles that inhabit the River Nile. The park is famed for its bird life including the rare shoe bill stork. This 3 day safari trip gives you a chance to explore the largest park bisected by the Victoria Nile, creating the dramatic Murchison falls.