Welcome to Visit Kampala, the Official KCCA travel guide to Kampala – Uganda. Find all Kampala has to offer; amazing attractions, coolest hang out spots, superb culture/nightlife, events, restaurants, hotels and more. Few cities across the African Continent can rival the happy life of Kampala-some have branded it the “The City that never sleeps” Kampala is the city where being bored is never an option. Pay us a visit and see how we shall make your memories here last a lifetime!

WHAT’S HAPPENING

Whether you’re planning to visit next week or next year, we’ll help you find fun things to do in Kampala.

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UPCOMING EVENT
September 22, 2019 at 12:00 am Kampala

64th COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENTARY CONFERENCE

The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) was founded in 1911 as the Empire Parliamentary Association and was run in the United Kingdom.Originally, it comprised Australia, Canada, Newfoundland, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Kingdom.

September 27, 2019 Kampala

World tourism day

September 29, 2019

Cultural connections

October 12, 2019 Kampala

The Royal Ascot Goat Races

December 13, 2019 Kampala

Abrayanz Style and Fashion Awards

Nakawa

When a Pope decides to put everything on hold to explore a destination that is over 9,000 km’s away from their Palatial home, then you know it is no ordinary destination.

Makindye

No other neighbourhood in Kampala home to as many international celebrated entertainment personalities as Makindye

Rubaga

Endowed with awe-inspiring natural wonders, an endless list of birds of birds, vast open spaces, Rubaga offers unforgettable holidays.

Kawempe

Kawempe is located on the northwestern edge of Kampala. It is bordered by Nabweru to the north, Kisaasi to the east,

Central

The division comprises the central business district of the largest city in Uganda and includes the areas of Old Kampala, Nakasero and Kololo

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