what can i see and do in kampala
Murchison falls national park can be your exceptional safari destination. Murchison falls allows you to see lots of wildlife in just two days, such as elephants, hippos, lions, giraffes, Jackson Hartebeest, buffalos, oribi, waterbucks, bushbucks, leopards, hyenas, jackals, and lots of birds along the Nile River, as well as reptiles such as Nile crocodiles, hippos, and other animal species like monkeys, baboons, and the strongest waterfalls.
Kampala is an amazing city with a lot of attractions for your one-day tour around this seven-hill town. Kampala city tour enables you to discover the Uganda museum, Kabaka’s Palace, Namirembe Cathedral, Kabaka’s Lake, Uganda Martyrs Shrine in Namugongo, Bahi Temple, Gaddafi Mosque, Kasubi tombs, and Buganda road arts and crafts shops
Jinja /Source of the Nile
Kampala can also allow you to visit Jinja, nicknamed Uganda’s adventure capital. It’s a 1-hour, 30-minute drive from Kampala to Jinja, which makes it a great destination for a Uganda tour near Kampala. There are a lot of tourism activities to do in Jinja, such as touring the source of the Nile, kayaking, whitewater rafting, quad biking, horseback riding, bungee jumping, nature walks, and a Nile boat cruise.
Lake Mburo is the nearest national park from Kampala, where you can visit for your one- or two-day tour. It’s a 4-hour drive from Kampala to Lake Mburo national park and you can make a stopover at Uganda’s equator and the Mpabire drum makers. A game drive in Lake Mburo National Park allows you to see zebras, giraffes, hippos, Uganda kobs, Impala, buffaloes, antelopes, bushbucks, leopards, monkeys, hyenas, and various bird species.
Entebbe wildlife education center/ the zoo
The wildlife education Centre/zoo are just located in Entebbe town, which is about 40 minutes to an hour’s drive from Kampala. While at the zoo, you will be able to see many wildlife species such as rhinos, ostriches, chimpanzees, giraffes, lions, jackals, hyenas, snakes, impalas, bushbucks, and bird species like the shoebill stork. The Entebbe Wildlife Education Center gives you all the information you may need regarding the wildlife in Uganda.