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Established in 1895, this concrete house, roofed with rusty corrugated iron sheets is found along the royal mile, less than a minute's walk from the gate of Buganda's parliament, Mengo.
By Solomon Oleny
Imagine that. It is believed that a mammoth 3 million tourists and counting seek out Uganda’s Namugongo for pilgrimage every June.
Found on a hilltop in the outskirts of Kampala, the Baha’i Temple is a beautiful historic structure that was built a year before Uganda’s independence, 1961. It has a serene space that comes across as one of the most beautiful gardens in Kampala,
If you are searching for historical attractions with legendary stories that are reminiscent of Roman mythology, narrow down your search to Mabere Ga Nyina Mwiru.
It is a cultural and Eco-tourism gem with very impressive
Minister announces curvy and sexy women as new tourism products
Ugandan beauty, especially among the women have always been a celebrated phenomenon world over. However, little have we taken opportunity in fronting them as tourism products.
Kabale Municipality located in South Western Uganda is one of the old thirteen municipalities in Uganda. Kabale Municipality boarders with Kitumba Sub-County in the South and West, Bubaare in Rubanda district to the north and Kyanamira to the East.
When most people visit Moroto, a small town built along the vast ranges of Mountain Moroto, they can't help but fall in love with it.
It is one of the few places in Africa that offers the best of both worlds: The rich authentic culture of yesterday's Africa and, the pleasures that come with modernity; fancy hotels, cellphones and ATMs and internet cafes. It is difficult to access as it is over 500 kilometers from Kampala, but even more so to leave. Its population is 103,432.
Life on the Moroto streets
As you take a stroll on its spacious streets, most of which feature buildings built in the post-colonial times, your ears will be confronted with a hectic mix of foreign languages.
Have you ever visited Kigezi region? If yes, you must have encountered an energetic dance performed by the locals.
With a lot of vigor and energy, the Banyakigezi will give you a once in a lifetime treat that will live on in your memory. This kind of dance known as “Ekizino,” is what most Banyakigezi proudly call their own traditional form of entertainment.
Setting out to visit the Kampala slum called Mujaguzo Ku Ngoma in Kabowa in Ndeba, can be a daunting task.
Right from the city center, you will be amazed by the huge number of people that have no idea what you are talking about when you ask for directions.
Nyege Nyege is a four day international music festival held once a year at the banks of the River Nile in Jinja, Uganda. This year’s Nyege Nyege festival sparked a lot of controversy, heightened when the state Minister for Ethics and Integrity, Simon Lokodo, declared it “immoral” and advocated for the event’s cancellation.