Visit the highlights of Kampala with a guide during this private, full-day tour. See artifacts from Uganda’s rich cultural heritage at the Uganda Museum, browse the spice and textile stalls of bustling Nakasero Market, and experience the city’s multi-faith culture at the Baha’i Temple and Gaddafi National Mosque. Admission tickets and hotel transfers are included.
My tours as Musah, your local guide in Kampala, offer a genuine, immersive experience. With years of expertise, I bring deep insights into the city's history, culture, and hidden gems. These tours go beyond the usual, letting you connect with the welcoming local community, savor authentic Ugandan cuisine, and immerse in traditions.
Book an experience with me for an unforgettable journey that transcends typical sightseeing, creating lasting memories.
Book this small group tour in Kampala that takes you to Jinja for a hiking adventure with waterfalls, and also on a boat ride to discover the source of the mighty Nile river. Get your cameras ready for photos of the Ssezibwa River Falls and the Speke Monument at the source, and enjoy this day out with your small, intimate group.
Go deeper into Bwindi Impenetrable National Park—home to almost half of the planet’s remaining gorillas—than traditional tours do on a 3-day jungle tour that increases your chances of spotting the apes in their natural habitat. You won’t have to worry about planning anything as your guide arranges activities, transfers, and accommodation.
This day tour provides visitors with an opportunity to explore the wildlife and culture of Entebbe. Visitors will learn of the wildlife rescue and rehabilitation efforts at the Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre; go swamp bird watching in the wetlands of Lake Victoria; walk through the botanical gardens; experience a variety of reptiles at the Uganda Reptile Village, and explore the religious history of Kigungu.
Gain an intimate overview of vibrant Kampala on a walking tour led by a local, ideal for first-time visitors to the Ugandan capital. Tick off a combination of top attractions and hidden gems, including the Nakasero Market, Kampala Hindu Temple, and the iconic Taxi Park, and benefit from the small-group size for more personalized attention from your local guide.
This is a great pick for travelers who are keen to support a community project and learn more about local life in Uganda. Set off with a guide to visit a community in Kira Town, where you can learn more about the women-run households.The tour is a wonderful way to experience local activities off the typical tourist trail—such as helping in the garden and preparing food together.
One of the most rewarding aspects of travel is learning to see the world from a different point of view. Getting to know the local people is a great way to do this. By listening to their stories and immersing yourself in their daily activities, you’ll start to see the land through their eyes.
This multi-option tour offers a complete Kampala experience to allow you to experience the many facets of this great city. An early-morning Kasenyi fishing village add-on option, an extended walking tour, and an evening Ndere Cultural Center add-on option are available.
Immerse yourself in Uganda’s pristine and wildlife-filled natural landscapes during this multi-day private tour to Murchison Falls. Enjoy hotel or airport pickup, traveling comfortably in an air-conditioned vehicle. Hike to the top of the roaring falls, enjoying panoramic views. Spot elephants, lions, and leopards during a game drive through Murchison Falls National Park. Finally, relax and unwind during a cruise along the Victoria Nile.
Get an intimate glimpse of Kampala as you explore its landmarks on foot on this small-group walking tour. Tick off top attractions, including the Uganda National Mosque and Independence Monument, learn more about the region’s cultural heritage in Kabaka’s Palace, and be immersed in the city buzz as you stroll through local markets, benefiting from the personalized insights of your small-group guide throughout.
We shall have the opportunity to carry out an experiment to distinguish Northern and Southern Hemisphere!
Driving from Kampala to Equator is very rewarding as you get to see the nature but also a great smell from rural areas and agricultural sites.
Having been outside of Kampala
You also get good deals from craft markets around the area.
We take a nature walk for one hour
And we get to see different crops grown as well domestic animals ,
And get to learn the way how people live in villages!
Join us for the ultimate foodie experience as our tour guide takes you to on a journey to Lake Victoria. Before reaching the lake, we will make a couple of stops to try unique snacks and sample a traditional meal of luwombo, steamed in smoked banana leaves. We then continue on to a local fish market to feast on fresh fried fish. On the shores of beautiful Lake Victoria, you will venture off the beaten path to where the locals go for fresh Tilapia and Nile Perch. Our tour guide will accompany you while sharing the history of traditional Ugandan foods. You will have the option of strolling through the market to see how the food is prepared before sitting on the banks of Lake Victoria. Additionally, if you have a strong stomach, visit the fishing dock and processing plant where the fishermen come to auction off their fresh catch of the day and see where fish skin is rolled in salt and processed for exporting. This is tour is unlike any other in Uganda!
Have a tailor made safari just for you when you book this three day tour through Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Your guide, driver, and team will take care of all the logistics, so you and your group can just enjoy the experience, photograph the big and little game, and relax into your safari. Spot the gorillas and observe their behavior and learn all about them from your guide.
Join this small group guided tour and learn all about the culture, heritage, history, and traditions of the Kampala and the Buganda kingdom. You’ll visit Wamala King’s Tombs and Kabaka Ssuuna’s grave, Kasubi Tombs to see the burial graves, and Kabaka’s Palace to see the torture chambers and hear all about the historical background.
Discover the rich biodiversity of Uganda during this 3-day excursion to Queen Elizabeth National Game Park. This private tour whisks you away to some of the best locations within this UNESCO World Heritage Site for the most immersive safari experience. There’s no need to worry about a thing during your journey; all meals, accommodation, activities, and admission are included, so you can just sit back and observe the wildlife.
ENDS AT: UGANDA MARTYRS SHRINE
PICK UP: 08:30AM DROP OFF: 06:00PM
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 Safety.
Kampala’s historical monuments
Temples (Indian & Bahai)
Uganda National Museum
Visit the Martyrs Shrine
The Martyrs Museum
Local lunch at a restaurant
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This 1 day best of jinja tour is a great way to explore a mix of cultures, nature, history and new experiences with our knowledgeable driver-guide you will take you on a visit to Ssezibwa Falls, Mabira Forest for a Nature walk and later proceed to discover more about jinja's historical and oldest industrial town through its lively streets, Monuments and local market on your visit to the town. Enjoy a local lunch and later proceed to the highlight of this tour the boat ride to the source of the River Nile which is well known to be the longest river in the world. Its source starts right from Jinja Uganda. The river starts in the Northeastern part of Africa. It flows from the surrounding areas close to the equator to the outrageous Safari desert and up to the eastern Mediterranean Sea. The river is about 6696km long and pours its water to over nine countries although it’s more centred in Uganda as well as Egypt and Sudan. This 1 day best of Jinja tour will end will a drop to you hotel.
The 5 Days Uganda Gorilla, Chimpanzee and Wildlife Safari features the destination Bwindi which is the greatest Mountain Gorilla habitat on earth with almost a half of their world population (459 out of 1063). The park comprises of dense forest undergrowth with mature trees that form the canopy while standing on a rugged hilly landscape with deep saddles which combine to justify it as an impenetrable forest. This natural setting makes the gorilla trekking encounter in Bwindi to go beyond only gorillas. The safari also cover Queen Elizabeth National Park stretches over the western arm of the East African rift Valley for 1,978km2 overlooking the mystical Rwenzori Mountains. The park is a home to over 600 species of birds, the 95 mammal species, the impressive 45km long Kazinga Channel connecting Lake George and Edward, Ishasha sector with its tree-climbing lions, the Kyambura gorge & Kalinzu Forest Reserve - the home of chimpanzees and the remarkable scenic Katwe explosion Crater.
Encounter the gorillas firsthand on your trekking expedition. With a strenuous day trekking, it would be ideal to find a better place for relaxation. That place will certainly be Lake Bunyonyi - place of little birds. You will transfer to Lake Bunyonyi after the gorilla Trekking. Enjoy a swim in the lake before a return to Entebbe.
5% of the profit will be shared to a Health Initiative, a project aimed at providing free Health Services to Vulnerable communities in Uganda.
Walk with us as we eat our way through Kampala's grocery markets, street kiosks and local restaurants. Meet and interact with the amazing vendors that feed Kampala’s working class. Get involved by trying to fry your own samosa or make your own rolex. Don't forget to taste our world famous ROLEX (google it)