KAMPALA THE CITY OF SEVEN HILLS-UGANDA SAFARIS
Kampala is the only capital city found in Uganda. The city was a hunting ground for Kabaka of Buganda before the colonial rules. It was called the hills of the Impala because of the presence of very many Antelopes especially the impalas grazing on these hills.
Kampala became the capital city in 1962and since then, it has developed into one of the beautiful cities in Uganda. The capital has the office of the president plus his ministries. It also has the leading hospital and university in Uganda and among the few in Africa thus an important place to visit while on your safari to Uganda.
Kampala capital city has very many exciting places and attractions which can enrich your experience while on your safaris in Uganda. Attractions in Kampala include Kasubi tomb, Uganda museum, National stadium, Rubaga cathedral, Different bird species which can be spotted in the wetlands found within the city.
The city has very many excellent accommodations which provide quality services and facilities to visitors. The hotels satisfies the need of every category of visitors on Uganda safaris
Known as city of Seven hills, Kampala has beautiful scenery with beautiful buildings. The city even looks more beautiful at night with lights sparkling from every building.
Uganda safari offers you an opportunity to enjoy the city tour after your challenging safaris in her national parks. City tour is the best activity to relax your mind after your long day adventure activities.
Prime Uganda safaris & Tours Ltd safari News
BY APIO NANCY
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