Explore Uganda's cultural diversity in the City of Seven Hills
Kampala City, is popularly referred to as the City of Seven hills. Bordering the Victoria Lake, Africa's biggest fresh water lake, Kampala is the heart and financial hub of the country. Here you will find all the major government bodies including the Parliament, museum, historical monuments and many more.
Kampala is where all cultures meet since all people from different tribes of Uganda move here in search of opportunities. Kampala city tour will give you the opportunity to visit the popular sights here. The tour gives you an understanding of the local lifestyle and culture and traditions of Ugandan people.
I will pick you up from your hotel and we will decide where to start from the popular sights of Kampala below.
Bahai Temple: A mother temple for Africa of the 8 Bahai temples in the world.
Gaddafi Mosque: Located on old Kampala hill with the best view of Kampala city at 360 degrees while up the minaret.
King's palace: The Buganda kingdom Palace, kings Lake, Royal mile, the new Scottish Parliament and the famous Amin's Torture Chambers as you learn about the History of Buganda Kingdom.
Owino Market: This is the largest local market in Uganda famous for second hand used goods.
Craft market, Arts, Crafts.
Taxi Park (Old and New)/Organised chaos of Kampala
The Kasubi tombs Situated on Kasubi hill, within Kampala, Uganda. The Kasubi Tombs site is an active religious place in the Buganda Kingdom. To the Baganda the Kabaka is the unquestioned symbol of spiritual, political, and social state of the Buganda nation. As the burial ground for the previous four Kabakas, therefore, the Kasubi Tombs.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Airport, Hotel
Duration: 7 hours
The city tour is normally 7 hours but can be tailored to your individual needs.
The tour will be all day long in my van, but it's possible that there would be moments where we can change to moto-taxi commonly called boda boda a mode of transportation locals commonly use.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
60000 Ugandan shillings - This money can be used in case you want to buy some souvenirs from the craft market.