Day 1. Discover the Capital of Uganda
Depart early morning for Naggalabi where the Buganda coronation grounds are found. Meet the Buganda guide for a briefing and proceed to see the different kinds of kings’ houses as well as the natural throne.
This is found on Rubaga hill and is the headquarters of the catholic religion in Uganda. The visitor can admire the architectural design of the magnificent cathedral and also this is where the tomb of the first African archbishop south of the Sahara is found.
On Mengo hill lays the Namirembe cathedral, which is the headquarters of the Anglican religion in Uganda, the architecture alone is an eye catching venture.
From the religious places, descend to the world heritage site of the Kasubi tombs, which is the burial place of the Buganda kings (Kabakas). It is also the largest grass thatched house in the entire world.
Have lunch in Wandegeya, a spot well known for its eating places.
After lunch head to the Uganda museum where the different cultures of the country are represented in form of regalia, literature, dress code as well as the old stone age of man. Explore the entire museum.
Passing through the estates of Naalya leads us to the Bahai temple, the only one on the African continent.
Proceed to Namugongo shrine where the Uganda martyrs were burnt. Have a briefing and proceed to see the structure of the shrine and the pond that was built in memory of the martyrs’ lost lives.
Depart for Kampala, arrive the city centre late evening