Uganda offers rolling emerald hills, snow capped mountains, misty forests and deep, crystal clear lakes and lots more even-white water rafting, gorilla tracking, game viewing and some of the best trekking in Africa. Most importantly, the friendly and relaxed locals who speak excellent English what more could you ask for from an exotic holiday destination?
Uganda weaves its spell the moment you leave the plane at the Entebbe international Airport to set foot on the forested shore of lake Victoria, the second largest fresh water body in the world. From Entebbe, a short drive leads to Kampala, straddled across the lush green ton Kampala, straddled across the lush green of this fertile land. Kampala is a modern city with world- class hotels and restaurants, the market, excellent ethnographic museum, and the traditional thatched domed tombs of the former rulers of the ancient kingdom of Buganda.
International quality hotels exist in most large towns and national parks. Comfortable midrange and budget accommodation is found in all main tourist centers. Hotels and restaurants serve good western food, though in capital a wider range of cuisine is available. Local restaurants serve Ugandan dishes typically posho (stiff maize porridge) or matooke (cooked banana) eaten with a stew.
Uganda is a peaceful country of more many ethnic tribes with varying languages, beliefs and cultures all united with a national language English. Within its borders Uganda encompasses the continents source of rolled: here you can discover the wild Romantic Africa of your dreams. A land of wide open spaces abundant wildlife and history dating back to the evolution of man, beautiful beaches and warm hospitable people, Uganda is land waiting to be discovered.