Kampala is capital city of Uganda is spread across over ten beautiful hills located on the lands that once that King Kabaka Mutesa I had reserved for hunting grounds. Quietly elegant and understated garden city, the British referred to the area as the “hill of the Impala”.
Kampala became Uganda’s capital city replacing Entebbe in 1962.The city has over two million inhabitants making Kampala Uganda’s largest city.
Kampala is set near the shores of Lake Victoria, the world's second largest fresh water lake and the source of Nile River. Kampala comprises of rolling hills with grassy wetlands in the valleys was home to several species of antelope mainly impala.
Entebbe is a major town is located on a Lake Victoria peninsula in Central Uganda. The town is the seat of government for the Uganda government and was the capital prior to Independence in 1962. Entebbe International Airport is found here and is Uganda's largest commercial and military airport.
Best time to travel is a year round destination. Gorillas can be tracked all year but it’s easier in the dry season. Migratory birds visit in the wet season.