Bwindi Impenetrable National Park: Breathtaking Wildlife
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Bwindi is one of Uganda's oldest national parks, and protects half of the world's population of mountain gorillas among another 120 species of mammal. Why is it called 'impenetrable'? You could find out!
Ssese Islands: Rest and Relaxation
Retire the city's hustle and bustle for peaceful hideaways in the Ssese Islands. An archipelago of 84 islands, Ssese is the best place to head for some sightseeing or sunbathing. Unwind and enjoy the beautiful beaches.
Ndere Centre: The Tribal Art Experience
Home to the Ndere Troupe, Ndere Centre features rich and elaborate cultural shows with music and dance performances. In order to promote cultural awareness about Uganda's tribal population, Ndere welcomes groups to learn more through Cultural Nites and Food Feasts.
Murchison Falls National Park: The Beauty of Nature
Uganda's largest national park, Murchison Falls, is home to some incredible wildlife, including Nile crocodiles and aquatic birds. The river Nile also bisects the park, and plunges into the "Devil's Cauldron," often creating a rainbow. Discover the wonders of nature as you walk through this remarkable national site.
White Water Rapids: Steer Through The River Nile
If you're up for some adventure, surround yourself with nature and hit the rapids on the River Nile. Get your adrenaline as you navigate through the brisk waters, or enjoy the scenery as you float along calmer ones.
Kampala: Explore Culture in the Capital
Named one of the fastest growing cities in the world, Kampala is home to approximately 2.5 million people. Discover their welcoming hospitality and rich history through a walking tour
The Earth's Equator: Walk the Middle of the Earth
Straddle between the Northern and Southern hemispheres as you walk about the equatorial line in Uganda. Learn more about why you're 3% lighter or how water swirls in different directions while in the area.
Jinja: The Source of the Nile
Enjoy a boat ride and learn some history about the springs that supply water to Lake Victoria and the River Nile. Moreover, view the historic statue of Gandhi that was built to honor the fact that his ashes were sprinkled in the very same waters.
Queen Elizabeth National Park: Wildlife Spotting in West Uganda
Spanning four districts, Queen Elizabeth National Park is twinned with one in England, and focuses on empowering local communities, and wildlife conservation. The park is home to 95 species of mammal and over 500 species of bird, and is famous for its tree-climbing lions which sport black manes.
Yasigi Beer Garden: Uganda's First Microbrewery
Named after the African goddess of alcohol, Yasigi Beer Garden focuses on simplicity and quality. They freshly brew four types of beer that you can savor while seated in their microbrewery's relaxed picnic garden.