About 15 km east of Kampala city lies the Namugongo martyrs’ shrine where more than 20 catholic and Anglican martyrs were burnt alive on the
Uganda's smallest and probably most scenic National Park is situated in the extreme South-Western corner of the Country, forming part of a
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is one of UNESCO's heritage
Fort Portal in western Uganda is in the seat of both kabarole district and toro kingdom and is named for Sir
Lake Bunyonyi is believed to be the second deepest lake in Africa with its deepest end approximately 900m.
Lions are among a few big cats found in Uganda’s National Parks and it is among the most wanted to be seen animal while on game drive.
Elephants have miles of unbroken savanna to roam inside Uganda's Queen Elizabeth Park, where their numbers total 2,500, a dramatic rise after
Kampala, the capital city of Uganda is located in the central region on the shores of Lake Victoria. The city has many attractions, destinations