what are the best places for kampala city tour
Kampala is the capital city of the Republic of Uganda and the most active and radiant city in Africa. With a population of more than 1.5 million people, Kampala city is home to several people like Ugandans, foreign residents, and non-foreign residents who live or work in the city during the day or night.
The name Kampala was derived from the local language called Luganda, meaning “for Impala." (Impala means antelopes.) During the 19th century, Frederick Lugard visited Uganda and built a fort at Old Kampala Hill.
Kampala city is located in Buganda, the central region of Uganda. Some parts of Kampala sit on the shores of Lake Victoria, and the largest part of Kampala is scattered on the seven hills, which is why Kampala is known as a city of seven hills. Kampala's original seven hills are Mengo Hill, Rubaga Hill, Nakasero Hill, Namirembe Hill, Old Kampala Hill, Makerere Hill, and Kololo Hill.
Kampala City Tour should always be on your travel list for your Uganda trip; it opens up a new world to different travelers with several new things to see and do. including the Uganda Museum, Kasubi tombs, Namugongo Martyrs Shrine for Christians who were innocently murdered, Namirembe Cathedral, Gaddafi Mosque, Bahai Temple, Kabaka’s Palace in Mengo, Old Taxi Park, Independence monument, and Kabaka’s Lake.