Kampala is the capital and largest city in Uganda. The city is subdivided into 5 divisions; Central division, Kawempe division (North), Makindye division (South), Nakawa division (East) and Rubaga division (West) respectively. Kampala started as an urban settlement in in 1890 with the arrival of Sir Fredrick Lugard on Old Kampala hill, later in 1900 it became Uganda’s capital following the signing of the Buganda agreement and in 1950 the city got its first mayor. This tour is the easiest and safest way to know Kampala, its people, its history and economic activities. After this tour, you will become a story teller! It is a private guided tour ensuring social distance and COVID-19 Health and Safety.
After sightseeing these interesting attractions; proceed to Buganda Kingdom and visit:
Your tour continues through Mengo town to OLD KAMPALA; here you will visit:
A drive through Old Kampala will take you down the memory-lane of Kampala in the 1980’s, sighting old Asian residential buildings, past Aga Khan Schools up to Makerere University – Uganda’s first and oldest!
This is Uganda’s largest and Africa’s 3rd oldest university, started as a trade school in 1921, later turned to a technical school in 1922 and in 1963, it changed to the University Of East Africa. Later on, in 1970 it turned independent.
Drive through the University sightseeing the:
On exiting the University, you will approach another large local market (Kalerwe Market) see locals going about their daily hustle for a living. Admire the fresh fruits and vegetables here.
By traversing the local market, approach Kikaya Hill – home of the Baha’i Temple.
Your day tour ends with a visit to the:
From the museum you will transfer back to your origin point.
End of Tour
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