Uganda generally is so amazing. A few days back we just witnessed the occurrence of an eclipse. Wow it was extraordinary. time check, around 5 pm, night befell and after a minutes light came back. This was so crazy! This was great experience to us so you people out there, Better come down here, a lot is happening. Uganda is not only a home away from home but a place to stay.......We have home stay services to help you learn and enjoy your stay with different families in the country......Check...
I would love to visit Uganda around July this year. I hope to spend some days at the Namugongo Shrine and also visit the Nile in Jinja. I was there 10 years ago so can barely find my way right now. How is the public transport, accommodation especially in Namugongo? Any suggestion to enjoy my pilgrimage there would be appreciated.
Spent a year in Uganda and loved it.Truly the pearl of Africa.Loved the fact that there is no such thing as winter,you can wear a vest throughout the year.Although it can get rather hot around September,October,November.Lush green country and the Entebbe "beach" is a must on Sundays,it`s like the whole of Uganda treats to Entebbe on Sundays. Great nightlife thought the week,clubs are pumping from Sunday to Sunday.The people are wonderful.
it cool quiet with nice beaches, hotels and restaurants but the price are abit steep. Protea, botanical beaach, lake victoria, resort beach aero beach, lido beach, botanical gardens and the wildlife education center are some places you can check out when in entebbe
I'm visiting Kampala for business and arrive on Tuesday 18th March and leave again at 4pm on Wednesday 19th. I have a couple of meetings tomorrow afternoon but then want to go out to bars, clubs etc - anyone got any recommendations or want to meet up? What else is there to do in the morning before I leave? Hope to hear from you asap. Thanks Mark