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Visitors will have a chance to participate in our renowned faith based and cultural based activities. Don’t miss a visit to the famous Buganda’s Royal Palace, the Royal Parliament and the Royal Tombs in Kasubi.  A visit to the Bahai-Temple in Africa and the Uganda Martyrs shrine in Namugongo is also recommended. This will be followed by shopping at the African craft village market in Central Kampala famous for souvenirs and then end the day with in house tailor made activities.

Breakfast in the morning

Walk in the city center of Kampala

Visit different tour places

Transfer to the airport or Hotel

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Day 1

Transfer t Kampala City Centre

Don’t miss a visit to the famous Buganda’s Royal Palace, the Royal Parliament and the Royal Tombs in Kasubi. A visit to the Bahai-Temple in Africa and the Uganda Martyrs shrine in Namugongo is also recommended. This will be followed by shopping at the African craft village market in Central Kampala famous for souvenirs and then end the day with in house tailor made activities. Depending on time , you can do some city shopping in the craft markets as you look for souvenirs.

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Uganda
Kampala, capital and largest city of Uganda. It occupies a series of hills at an elevation of about 3,900 feet (1,190 metres) and is situated in the southern part of the country, just north of Lake Victoria. Kampala lies just north of Mengo, the capital of the kingdom of Buganda in the 19th century.

Kampala is reported to be among the fastest-growing cities in Africa, with an annual population growth rate of 4.03 percent, by City Mayors. ... Kampala has been ranked the best city to live in East Africa ahead of Nairobi and Kigali by Mercer, a global development consulting agency based in New York City.

Kampala is a relatively safe city. It is fairly safe to walk or take matatus around some areas at night, but don't take unecessary chances. Boda-boda motorcycle taxis are notoriously dangerous, but are sometimes so convenient and inexpensive that it's difficult not to use them.