Kampala

Central Region, Uganda

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About Kampala

Kampala is a lively city with a slower paced metropolitan feel and vibrant night life, and situated along the northern shores of Lake Victoria. Kampala is a relatively safe African capital and - at nearly 2.5 million people - is by far the largest city in Uganda. The people of Kampala, and Ugandans in general, are very kind and friendly and are very approachable. Located geographically between Kenya and Rwnada, Uganda's capital has a less chaotic feel than Nairobi but more hustle and bustle than Kigali.

Traveling to Kampala

As the country's largest city, it's safe to say that any trip to Uganda will include some time in Kampala. International flights arrive in Entebbe - some 35 kms south of Kampala - but you'll likely head towards the capital before making your way to other parts of the country.

Amenities

Kampala is a metropolitan African capital city with many amenities. You will find a range of accommodation options from hostels to five star hotels, as well as restaraunts serving local and international menus. The city is known for it's vibrant nightlife, bars, and dance venues.