Historical and Cultural Sites

The include the Kasubi Tombs where the kings of the former Kingdom of Buganda are buried. The Kasubi Tombs are located only 7 km from the Ugandan capital of Kampala. Here you will meet the cultural guards who are can only be relatives of the former kings. Inside the palace you will get a chance …

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Source of the Nile

River Nile starts it’s long north-ward African journey in Uganda right in the industrial town of Jinja. It is the longest river in Africa. River Nile is commonly known as the “Source of Life” because it provides some of the basic necessity for both humans and animals which obviously include water, electricity, etc. A crocodile …

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Lake Victoria

It is the world’s largest tropical lake and second largest fresh water lake in the world. Lake Victoria is home to tones of aquatic life including Nile Perch and Tilapia. There are over 80 islands on Lake Victoria that are mostly inhabited by some of the rare birds including kingfishers, gray parrots, and fish eagles. …

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Murchison Falls NP

It is the largest national park in Uganda and An elephant in Murchision Falls National Parkarguably the most spectacular in Africa. There are two amazing falls as a result of the Nile River flowing through narrow gorges within the mountain ranges. They are: the great Murchison Falls and Karuma Falls. MFNP has a very high …

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Kidepo Valley NP

KVNP is situated in the upper right-hand corner of Uganda. It offers a quiet environment for it’s inhabitants enabled by the endless savannah grasslands only interrupted by the beautiful mountain ranges. KVNP features some of the animals found nowhere else in Uganda. These unique animals include Burchell’s Zebra, Rothschild giraffes, bat eared foxes, etc. In …

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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest NP

BINP is located in south western Uganda and it has the biggest sanctuary of mountain gorillas in the world. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Click to view a larger pictureThe vegetation composed of undergrowth and vines is thick and almost impenetrable. It allows and makes Bwindi Impenetrable forest a suitable home to large numbers of monkeys and …

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Queen Elizabeth NP

Located in the Western Part of Uganda, QENP was named after the famous Queen Elizabeth of England. It is the second largest national park in Uganda and spans about 1978 sq km. It is an exceptional game park that features some of the unique African animals like the tree climbing lions and brilliantly colored birds. …
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Uganda Tourist Sites