Kampala, Uganda

Few cities across the African Continent can rival the happy life of Kampala. Some have branded it the “The City that never sleeps” Kampala is the city where being bored is never an option.

Kampala is the capital of Uganda and the largest city in the country, it gets its name From Impala (Aepyceros melampus) a medium-sized African antelope that used to roam the jungles where Kampala seats today. Located just 40 Km from Entebbe International Airport, Kampala will amaze you with its beauty, culture and hospitality before you venture the rest of the country.

So much to excite and enjoy-In Kampala there is always something to see and do, whether you or your client is a first-time visitor or has been here many times. There is a museum and galleries (with less than a dollar entry fee), 4 theatres, numerous bars and clubs, and two World Heritage Sites (Kasubi Tombs and Namugongo Martyrs Shrine). Iconic landmarks and events spaces include theindependence Monument and Kololo Jubilee square

To know Kampala is to love Kampala – a bubbling, bustling melting-hub of races and religions where many ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony. Our multiculturalism has made Kampala a gastronomical paradise and home to hundreds of people. It’s no wonder we love celebrating and socializing. As a people, Ugandans are very relaxed, warm and friendly. Charity starts at home, they say, so, we don’t doubt you will enjoy your stay.


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