Kampala is the capital and largest city of Uganda. It’s both historical and a beautiful destination
for those who want to discover the amazing history of Uganda.
Our Kampala City Tour involves visiting the 7 historical sites on the7 hills of Kampala;
Kasubi Hill, this is home to Kasubi Tombs where the decade’s kings of Buganda are buried.
Mengo Hill, where the present Lubiri (Kabaka’s Palace) is and the Headquarters of the Buganda
Court of Justice and of the Lukiiko, Bugand’s Parliament (Bulange).
Kibuli Hill, which is home to the Kibuli Mosque. Islam was brought to Uganda before the
Christian missionaries came.
Namirembe Hill, home to the Namirembe Anglican Cathedral. The Protestants were the first of
the Christian Missions to arrive.
Lubaga Hill, where the Rubaga Catholic Cathedral is, and was the headquarters of the White Fathers from France.
Nsambya Hill, was the Headquarters of the Mill Hill Mission. It now houses Nsambya Hospital.
Kampala Hill, (also known as Old Kampala), the hill of the Impala is where the ruins of Lugard’s
Fort are. It’s also the seat of one of Africa’s biggest mosque. This hill is where Kampala got its
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