Unique hills of Kampala:
Kampala grew from seven hills Mengo, Rubaga, Namirembe, Makerere, Kololo, Nakasero, and Kampala (Old Kampala). Today greater Kampala stands on at least 21 hills. These prominent hills are characterized by at least one unique attraction. Below are the different attractions on various hills of Kampala.
What to see in Kampala: Kasubi tombs, Kabaka's lake, Bahai temple, Naggalabi coronation grounds, Mengo palace, Independence monuments, Uganda museum among others.
One-day Kampala City Tour – NFS 015 - K01
Visit Kasubi tombs to view the four burial graves of the traditional kings (kabaka) of the Buganda kingdom. Proceed to Naggalabi coronation centre, where the traditional kings of Buganda Kingdom are enthroned. It is here that kingdom originates. In the afternoon drive back to your hotel for lunch break. Visit the Namugongo martyrs shrine a place where many Christian converts were burnt to death. Proceed to the Uganda Museum, the Independence monument and Kiwatule recreation centre.
One-day Kampala City Tour - NFS 015 - K02
Visit the Kasubi tombs to view the four graves of the traditional kings (kabaka) of the Buganda kingdom. Continue to Namirembe cathedral (old Anglican missionary church in Uganda) to learn about its history and achievements before continuing to Rubaga catholic cathedral and the miracle centre cathedral (one of the biggest born again churches in East and Central Africa).
Proceed to the Kabaka’s lake and return to hotel for lunch. In the afternoon drive to Makerere University - the oldest University in East Africa. Then connect to Bahai temple the only temple of this faith in Africa.
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