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On the 1 Day Kampala City Tour, You will have a chance to traverse the magnificent capital city of Uganda known as Kampala. Since it’s a one day tour, you will be picked up very early in the morning by our compliant driver presumably after having your breakfast.

Are you a traveler on a fixed schedule and want to experience the best of Kampala city, book the 1 Day Kampala City Tour for the best.

You will straight away embark on the city tour beginning from the central business district. You will have to visit most of the prominent markets here including; Nakasero market and Owino which is the largest 2nd hand clothes market in Africa. From here you will start visiting some of the state-of-art shopping malls that are distributed all over the city which include; Mukwano malls, Garden city, pioneer mall and many more.

From here you will proceed to Kabaka’s palace in Mengo and view its unique architecture then head to Lubaga cathedral which is the headquarter of Roman Catholicism in the country, then relocate to Namirembe cathedral which is also the headquarter of church of Uganda protestants.

Go for lunch at hotel Equatorial and relax a bit then in the evening head to Kasubi royal tombs which is the burial site for all Buganda Kingdom Kings which is also enlisted by UNESCO.Proceed to Makerere hill which is the home to the East Africa’s oldest and most coveted university.

Head to Bahai Temple which is the only shrine for the Hindu religion in the country. From here relocate to Namugongo martyr’s shrine which is the place where the Uganda martyrs were burnt from. At this point it will already be late in the evening and the only thing to do is to drive you back to your hotel and this will mark the end of the Uganda tour.

The package includes:

Transportation vehicle

Full time English speaking driver

Lunch

Drinking water

Entry fee in all the above mentioned places

The package excludes expenses of personal nature like: Air fare,, drinks, laundry, tips to locals, telephone, personal insurance, personal shopping bills and cigarettes