While you're there
Where to stay
What you'll see there
One of the top attractions in Entebbe is the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre, which is home to a variety of animals and offers visitors the opportunity to learn about conservation efforts in Uganda. The center is also home to the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, where visitors can see chimpanzees in their natural habitat and learn about conservation efforts to protect these endangered primates.
Another must-visit destination in Entebbe is the Botanical Gardens. Established in 1901, the gardens are home to a variety of plant species, as well as several species of birds and monkeys. Visitors can take a stroll through the gardens and enjoy the tranquil surroundings or take a boat ride on Lake Victoria to see the resident hippos and crocodiles.
For those interested in history, Entebbe has several sites worth visiting. The Entebbe War Memorial is a tribute to the Ugandan soldiers who fought and died during World War I and II. The State House Entebbe is another notable landmark, known for its architecture and history as the residence of the President of Uganda.
Entebbe is also a great destination for bird enthusiasts. A visit to Mabamba Wetland, located just outside of Entebbe, offers the opportunity to search for the elusive shoebill, one of the rarest birds in the world. A canoe ride through the papyrus swamps of Mabamba provides a unique opportunity to spot this magnificent bird in its natural habitat.