Kampala City Tours and Day Excursions
Kampala City Tour and Day Excursions – all-around city tour in Kampala – one day tour in Kampala and its neighboring areas
Visit Uganda’s Capital, Kampala – A safari to Uganda’s capital city is the best way to explore the country’s biggest economic and cultural center. The city was declared Uganda’s headquarters in 1890 during the colonial regime. The city was originally limited to a small area of about 50 square kilometers, however today the city’s geographical boundaries expanded further. Kampala city holds over 1.6 million people population divided within several regions of the city, with different ethnic backgrounds.
The country’s capital is however said to have driven its name from the ward Impala, a species of an antelope that used to be commonly potted on the city’s hills such as Mengo hill, one of the most indigenous hills that make up the city.
A city Tailored safari in Uganda’s capital is absolutely fantastic with the city offering lots of attractions for its visitors. Kampala city tours can be bundled up with other Uganda safari trips, such as gorilla tracking or wildlife game drives. You can also visit Kampala alone in an independent itinerary. The city is remarkably one to visit for those yearning to experience a developing indigenous African city. The top spots to visit in Kampala can be grouped as historical, religious/spiritual, social-economic among others. The close location of all these places allows you many ways of choosing your exact itinerary. With our experienced driver guides, you will find this Kampala city tour very interesting and you will learn so much about Uganda – both from the past and present.
Kampala city top safari highlights – a safari through Kampala city isn’t complete without a visit to the following places, Kabaka’s Palace(Lubiri/Bulange), Uganda (National) Museum, Baha’i Temple, Namugongo Martyrs Shrine, Gadaffi Mosque, Namirembe Cathedral, Rubaga Cathedral, Kasubi Tombs.
Your safari expedition will leave you mesmerized with the way of life in the city, having a glance at the Kampala jam during the rush hour especially in the morning and the evening. Great opportunity to witness some of the country’s most treasured findings while at the National Museum. You will have an opportunity to learn more about the religions in the country with a visit to the Baha’i Temple, one of its kind in Africa and found only in Uganda in particular. A safari here really offers a wide range of activities for you, that offer great safari memories and unleashes your travel imagination