1 DAY KAMPALA CITY TOUR
1 Day Kampala City Tour – Best of Uganda’s Capital City Safari
This 1 Day Kampala city tour takes you to explore lots of Kampala city landmarks like the Uganda museum, the Kabaka’s lake, Markets , religious centers and the slums of Kampala to experience what the local way of life.
We have different ways you can tour Kampala city and that can be by foot, Motorcycle, bicycle or a driven tour and we shall take those means depending on the places we shall be visiting in this tour.
Kampala is a city that does not sleep with a population over 2 million with a vibrant night and day life that must be seen we organize the nightclubs visits and bar visits to have a taste of Ugandans beers and nyama choma “Roasted meat“ that is if you are interested in the Kampala city life . We also give you a tour to the moon shine breweries in the city suburbs on request to see how the locals brew their favorite drinks.
Kampala city was known as a city of seven hills because of its original size that spanned the hills that within the city centre but due to the population explosion and development Kampala has grown bigger spanning a wider area.
some of the attractions our tour will cover will include the old taxi park, food markets, Owino market, local crafts, the Kabaka’s palace, Kasubi tombs, the Catholic and Anglican churches, Idi Amin torture chambers, the Kabaka’s lake, the Hindu temple, the Gadaffi mosque, Bahai temple, Uganda Martyrs shine, the independence monument among others.
You will also taste the Uganda’s fast food the Rolex on the streets of Kampala and we shall have an authentic Ugandan cousin Luwombo.
These are the major places we visit.
Kabaka’s palace – The palace of the king of BUganda.
Baha’i temple- This is temple of the Baha’i faith in Africa you can have a meditation session here for 30 minutes after taking photos of the Kampala surrounding from the hill
Gaddafi mosque: This is in the city centre and it’s the biggest mosque in Uganda build by the the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.
Owino market: Owino Market to see the vendors do their sales.
Craft markets: We visit Kampala craft markets to buy souvenirs