Historical & Cultural Sites Uganda

Uganda has a number of paleontological (fossils), archeological, historical, traditional and colonial sites and monuments.
Uganda Tours $1,200 6 Days - 5 Nights.

This package requires a minimum of 4 people at $1,200 each.

Uganda has a number of paleontological (fossils), archeological, historical, traditional and colonial sites and monuments. This section presents the country’s cultural and heritage.

1 Kampala City to Visit Kampala cultural sites

Tombs
After your Breakfast, our driver-guide will pick you up from your hotel to visit the various cultural sites in Kampala such as the Kasubi tombs in which the kings and royals of the Buganda kingdom are buried, Nagalabi – the Buganda kingdom coronation site, Bahai temple, the KabaKa’s lake and the Palace of the Buganda king ( Lubiri) , and Uganda Museum, in addition to many other fascinating cultural sites, where you will learn about the true history of Uganda, its traditions and norms for meals and breakfast at Pearl of Africa hotel.

2 Drive to Martyrs shrine in Namungongo and Ndere centre

Uganda martyr’s shrine
Early breakfast and head to the Uganda martyrs Shrines in Namugongo .The Uganda Martyrs are a group of 23 Anglican and 22 Catholic converts to Christianity in the historical kingdom of Buganda, now part of Uganda, who were executed between 31 January 1885 and 27 January 1887. They were killed on orders of Mwanga II, the Kabaka (King) of Buganda.And from there we will head to Ndere centre for cultural Entertainment including traditional cultural dances. Diner at the hotel.

3 Driver to jinja/h3>

Itanda Falls
A breakfast, you will head to Jinja, visit Sezibwa falls to see a cultural site related to the Buganda Kingdom. On arrival at Jinja, you will explore the White Nile which is 7 times the volume of the great Zambezi and yet the longest river in the whole of Africa. Visit the impressive Itanda falls and have an opportunity to see the dazzling white water of the River Nile In addition you will see the true Jinja the capital of Adventure, the exact point where this river starts its long journey across the African continent. Chel and Vade Cottages For meals and accommodation.

4 Transfer to Fort Portal./h3>

Nakayima tree
After breakfast, drive to Fort Portal and along the way visit the Nakayima tree found in Mubende, and there you will be narrated the fascinating tales about the history of this impressive tree. Continue to Fort Portal where you will dine and spend the night.

4 Amabeere ga Nyinamwiru./h3>

Amabere
Today visit the “Amabeere ga Nyinamwiru” (translated as Breasts of Nyinamwiru), which is a cultural site and there you’ll learn about history of this wonderful site, visit the Karambi tombs and the King’s palace, and later in the day go for a community walk to the neighboring villages. Dine and slumber at your hotel.

5 Visit the Banyankole Cultural sites and return to Kampala./h3>

After an early breakfast you will visit some cultural sites within Mbarara like the Banyankole Kingdom shrines, visit some Banyankole homesteads to further learn about their fascinating culture, lifestyle and their general practices, and then visit orphanage homes plus women groups for dinner dinner and overnight in Mbarara town.

6 Return to Kampala/h3>

After breakfast, we will head back drive back to the capital stopping by the Equator to stand in 2 hemispheres at the same time and take some photographs, and also stop at the Mpambire drum village for by some crafts as souvenirs. On arrival in Kampala you will be transferred to the airport .