1 Day Kampala City Tour gives visitors an insight into Uganda’s capital. Kampala city is within the heart of the country, seated on 7 Hills of Old Kampala, Rubaga, Namirembe, Mengo, Makerere, Kololo and Nakasero Hills. A walk through Kampala city helps visitors discover more about Uganda’s diversified lifestyles, culture, and historical, political and economic status.
Day 1: Kampala City Tour
After breakfast, with your tour guide, you will head to the Lubiri Buganda Kingdom Palace found on Mengo Hill; to view the Royal Regalia, proceed to the Kings’ burial place of Kasubi Tombs. Later drive to Namugongo Martyrs shrine – normally celebrated on 3rd June with several pilgrims from across Africa and the rest of the world, visit the National Museum for the historical and cultural and exhibitions and also Engage in the Ndere Troop Entertainment, before proceeding with a walk into the Nakasero and Owino Market Centers and several other local shops for souvenirs. Dinner and overnight in Kampala.
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