Entebbe city tour

Botanical Garden:

You can visit the Botanical gardens located on 40 lakeside hectares (98 acres), the Entebbe Botanical Garden is an excellent place to relax and observe nature. Visitors are given the chance to see a wide variety of flora endemic to Uganda and other tropical climates. Bird watchers will marvel at the sounds and sights of so many species. And several monkey families also call the garden home. This is a lovely place to spend a few hours or even enjoy a picnic on the peaceful grounds.

Uganda Wildlife Education Center:

Set on the shores of Lake Victoria this former zoo boasts of a wide variety of indigenous wildlife housed in natural settings. Lions, rhinos, giraffes, birds, and many more are spread out over a large area with beautiful walkways. Entrance fees go to support the maintenance of the center as well as animal conservation efforts throughout the country. A small restaurant serves simple local dishes.

Uganda Reptile Village:

African rock python, three-horned chameleon, and forest cobra are just a few of the many species of the fascinating reptiles you can find at the Uganda Reptile Village on the edge of a village just north of Entebbe. Founded and run by a local boat captain with a vision, the “snake park” makes for a fun and educational visit.

Inclusion Exclusion
Airport transfers on first and last day International airfares
Transport in a 4×4 safari vehicle Pre and post tour accommodation in Entebbe or Kampala
All park entrance fees Uganda Visa (USD50.00 which can be paid on arrival at the Airport
Airport transfers on first and last day Items of personal nature such as tips, drinks, and laundry
Services of an English speaking driver guide
Drinking water while in the vehicle