“Entebbe” is loosely translated as seat used to be the place where Buganda kingdom chiefs executed legal cases. Entebbe was also a British colonial administrative and commercial centre in 1893. It is home to the only international airport of Uganda which was established in 1929.
This private guided tour shows you the best Entebbe has to offer at your own pace. It is good with social distancing and observes all COVID-19 Safety regulations
This is the best place to search for the Shoebill stork.
The wetland accessed by a canoe ride is located on North West of the Entebbe Peninsular, along the edge of Lake Victoria, the wetland is a sanctuary for over 260 bird species to include; the Shoebill Stork, Shoebill stork, Pallid harrier, Black kite, Papyrus canary, Papyrus gonolek, Blue swallow, White-winged warbler, Goliath heron, Malachite kingfisher, Gull-billed terns, Winding cisticola, Veil lot’s black weaver, Grosbeak weaver and many more. And after this birding experience, proceed to;
Located on Lake Victoria shores. This place was a landing point for the first Catholic missionaries to Uganda (Brother Amans & Fr. Mon Maple Lourdel), 7th February 1879 on their mission to establish Christianity.
Visit the Catholic Church built in the memory of the missionaries, a local fishing community where you will interact with the locals.
This was established in 1952 with a major aim of rescuing and rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife
It is a collection of over 400 indigenous wild animals, 500 plant species and over 250 bird species depicting the Uganda’s three ecosystems: wetland, savannah and the forest.
The animals protected herein include; zebras, antelopes, monkeys & chimps, giraffes, cheetahs, rhinos, warthogs, lions and many more including birds like the shoebill, African fish eagle and reptiles. The latest addition are two tigers! After experiencing Uganda’s wildlife a one stop location, your full day tour will end with a visit to;
This eco-zone was established in 1898 on the northern shores of Lake Victoria and it protects a variety of tree species which have been in existence for hundreds of years,
This place is a collection of species of plants of the tropical, sub-tropical and temperate zones, besides several shrubs and other plants which have regenerated naturally over the years, with over 309 species, 199 indigenous to Uganda, 122 with known medicinal value and 110 exotic.
Relax and unwind. At 5: 00 onwards, we shall transfer you back to your hotel.
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