A day trip around Kampala city, whether on foot, on a motorcycle, in a safari car or in a public taxi, is an unforgettable experience to explore both culture and life of Kampalans. This is Uganda's biggest capital, most developed and busiest commercial hub. It is located in the country's central region bordering districts of Mukono and Wakiso. There are seven other newly created cities worth visiting across the country.
Kampala is a metropolis that never sleeps and one of Africa's most beautiful cities and entrepreneurship hubs. Traditional attractions, historical sites, bustling markets and tourist shops are all included. Because of its proximity to the equator, this area stays warm all year.Kampala sits on seven historical hills that have grown to twenty hills that you will see when traveling and boasts some of the top restaurants providing all types of continental and traditional cuisine. Kiswahili and Luganda are the most commonly spoken languages on the streets, so you'll need to inquire for some basic phrases.
Begin your day with a briefing from your guide and delicious cup of coffee at a fine city restaurant, followed by a walk to the local markets of Owino, Nakasero, Kalerwe, Natete, and so much moreto observe how the locals trade, visit to the Old Park and to the Historical Uganda Independence Monument for a quick overview about Uganda’s history.
Afterthis, you can proceed to visit the Uganda Museum in Kitante suburb to learn more about Uganda's history and culture before having lunch at the famous Ndere Cultural Center. The city tour concludes with Buganda kingdom trail and Kasubi tombs which serves as a burial ground for old Buganda kings. You'll call it a day at the agreed-upon drop-off place after this fulfilling city adventure.
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