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Kabira Country Club

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  • type: Hotel
  • price: From ZAR 1860
  • capacity: 164
With 87 luxurious guest-rooms and exceptional amenities, Kabira Country Club is perfect for a relaxing get away and somewhere to hold a special event or an impressive venue for a business gathering.Whether your stay is for business or pleasure, Kabira Country Club has all you could possibly need in a modern, comfortable hotel, situated in a wonderful location. With easy access to Kampala's dual ca.....
Cecilia House

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  • type: Self-catering
  • price: From ZAR 451
  • capacity: 6
Cecilia House is lovely semi-detached house in Kampala, Uganda. Since most of the roads in Uganda are not marked, it is recommended that guests make arrangements with the agent to meet at a convenient local landmark.The house is fully furnished and offers three bedrooms with two bathrooms, one of which is en-suite. The main bedroom is furnished with a king-size bed, a children’s bed .....

As the capital of Uganda, Kampala offers a multitude of interesting sights, so you should take more than a day to visit the metropolis. One of the real highlights is the Uganda Museum. But also beautiful and magnificent palaces have found their place here and these are the last reminiscences of the former Kingdom of Uganda. Typical of the city of Kampala but are also the small shops in the streets. Regularly there are a variety of exclusive markets.

Kampala – One of the most beautiful cities in Africa.The Skyline of Kampala Kampala is located at an altitude of 1,155 meters in close proximity to Lake Victoria. With around 1.5 million inhabitants and the seat of government, Kampala is the undisputed centre of Uganda. An impressive skyline, streets with European flair, friendly people and a astonishingly low crime rate make visiting the up-and-coming capital a real highlight of your trip to Uganda.

Kampala originated in the 19th century, when the Bugandic kings were based here on the hills. The name “Kampala” goes back to the British ambassador Captain Frederick Lord Lugard. At that time numerous Impala antelopes were found on the hills. The short form “Kampala” developed from the translation of the “Impala Hill”, Kasozi ka Impala. This designation referred to the hill of today’s Old Kampala, on which Lugard built his fort.

Once established, the fort attracted more and more people. The city grew rapidly and extended to 7 hills. Today, the origins of the historic Kampala are: Mulago, Kololo, Kibuli, Rubaga, (Old) Kampala, Namirembe (Mulago), Makerere.

Each of these seven hills was a predominant feature: on the hills Rubaga, Namirembe and Kibuli settled the central institutions of the three leading religious communities (Catholics, Protestants and Muslims). Kololo / Nakasero form the center for public administration and were the preferred residential areas of their employees. Makerere became a university campus and health facilities were established in Mulago. Interestingly, these identities have survived to this day.

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