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No journey to Uganda would be complete without a stay in Kampala, the capital. The belief is that the city is built on seven hills. The historically important Kasubi Hill, the home of the famous Kasubi Tombs, Mengo Hill where Kabakas Palace is located, Kibuli Hill where the Kibuli Mosque is situated, Namirembe Hill home to the Namirembe Anglican Cathedral, Lubaga Hill which is the headquarters of the White Fathers, Nsambya Hill where the Nsambya hospital is located and the last one, the Kampala Hill, which is the largest. With Air Africa low cost flights to Kampala you can visit this vibrant city that oozes with confidence. You feel the pride of its people as they slowly rebuild their beloved city.

Whimsical to bizarre!

There is so much to do in Kampala that you will definitely be spoilt for choice. First though for an authentic African feel go to the Owino Market in downtown Kampala. It is a busy place, so always be aware of your surroundings as you browse through the goods. Surprisingly these can include fedora hats, designer jeans and even boas. Whimsical things situated in the bizarre location of a bazaar made out of mud.

A cultural take

Once you have indulged your inner shopaholic visit the art galleries. Surprisingly the art scene is growing in Kampala and you can view some beautiful pieces of work while there. For more art work but on a grander scale visit the monuments in and around Kampala. Walk past the Ogle Parliament, go to the only Bahai Temple in Africa that is luckily in Kampala and then attend an energetic church service at a local church. It is sure to be very different from anything you have done as the congregation dances in devotion during prayers. Once done if the dancing bug refuses to leave you can enjoy a salsa lesson or two while in Kampala.

Eating Kamapala style!

You can choose from five star restaurants to street vendors to feed your hunger while holidaying in Kampala. Whatever your choice you will be munching on good tasting quality food that is basically reasonably priced. Air Africa has low cost flights to Kampala so that you can with ease be in this throbbing city that makes you grateful to be alive. So do hurry and visit Kampala, be inspired and end your stay by finding your perfect vantage point and seeing of natures own wonders, a spectacular sunset!

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