Uganda is still a not-so-popular tourist area, which, however, can delight with the cultural richness of the indigenous tribes of the region. It's a perfect place for a trip for enthusiasts of adventure and people who endure discomfort in exchange for communing with a beautiful culture.
First of all, traditional Uganda tribal culture is worth attention. For this reason, it is good to find a guide that will allow you to explore less popular areas and get to know the extensive culture of the Bambuti or Masai tribes - in any case it is good to have someone at hand who will prevent the creation of tensions resulting from cultural differences. Traditional culture translates primarily into customs related to religious rites that originate from tribal religions. In larger cities culture rather close to European, British dominates.
Cuisine here combines the influence of three parts of the world. On the one hand, there are British accents here, on the other, Arabic and Indian ones are also active. Many tribes have their own honorable dishes, but tradition in large cities mixes with modernity.
Uganda, as such, does not have monuments or specific streams of art that are noteworthy and popularized. It is definitely worth getting acquainted with the activities of smaller tribes, where you can often admire interesting batik and traditional masks, used for various religious purposes. You can also make your own banana doll under the master's guidance. Of the cities, Entebbe is worth attention, where there are probably the most monuments. It is also worth visiting one of the national parks or nature reserves.
It is not one of the countries you go to travel to resorts. However, it is a great place for backpacking adventures when traveling around the country. Not only nature impresses, but also the incomparable, extensive tribal culture.
The most populare destinations to visit in Uganda include: Kampala, Kabale, Fort Portal, Mbale, Gulu, Bushenyi, Masaka and Soroti.
The most frequent picks for best city breaks in Uganda include: Entebbe, Jinja, Mbarara, Kasese, Mukono, Katwe, Masindi and Tororo.
The average nightly rate for a hotel in Uganda is $66. A 5-star hotel in Uganda costs $85 on average, while a 4-star hotel will cost around $93. A 3-star hotel, on the other hand, costs around $47 per night.
The best hotels for couples in Uganda are: Afritastic Planet Ruigo, Nkuruba Nature Reserve, Enfuzi Campsite Lake Nkuruba, Kalitusi Backpackers, Golden Peace Apartment Hotel, Fort Motel Fort Portal, ViaVia Hostel Entebbe, Lake ALbert Safari Lodge, Menya's corner and Friendly outdoor family in Entebbe.
Some of the best-rated family hotels in Uganda include: Kigungu, Afritastic Planet Ruigo, Nkuruba Nature Reserve, Enfuzi Campsite Lake Nkuruba, Kalitusi Backpackers, Lake ALbert Safari Lodge, Climbing Lion Tree House, River Nile House, Salem Uganda Guesthouse and Savannah Resort Hotel.
The most notable pet-friendly hotels in Uganda include: Serene Suites Hotel, Airport View Hotel Entebbe, Airport View Hotel Entebbe Uganda and Gorilla African Guest House.
The finest examples of Uganda luxury hotels include: Best Western Premier Garden Hotel Entebbe, Delta Suites Kampala, Serene Suites Hotel, Surjios Guest House, Kampala Serena Hotel, The Emin Pasha Hotel, Mbale Resort Hotel, Bridgeway Guest House, Lilian Hotel and Chobe Safari Lodge Mbale.
The great examples of Uganda best hotels include: Delta Suites Kampala, Lilian Hotel, Jowillis Hotel, Chobe Safari Lodge Mbale, Surjios Guest House, Bridgeway Guest House, Serene Suites Hotel, Mbale Resort Hotel, Best Western Premier Garden Hotel Entebbe and The Emin Pasha Hotel.
The great examples of Uganda cheap hotels include: Chobe Safari Lodge Mbale, Lilian Hotel, Bridgeway Guest House, Delta Suites Kampala, Jowillis Hotel, Serene Suites Hotel, Mbale Resort Hotel, Best Western Premier Garden Hotel Entebbe, Surjios Guest House and The Emin Pasha Hotel.
Our list of Uganda last minute deals include: Best Western Premier Garden Hotel Entebbe, Lilian Hotel, Delta Suites Kampala, Serene Suites Hotel, Surjios Guest House, Kampala Serena Hotel, The Emin Pasha Hotel, Mbale Resort Hotel, Chobe Safari Lodge Mbale and Bridgeway Guest House.
Our list of the most popular hotels in Uganda includes: Delta Suites Kampala, Lilian Hotel, Jowillis Hotel, Chobe Safari Lodge Mbale, Surjios Guest House, Bridgeway Guest House, Serene Suites Hotel, Mbale Resort Hotel, Best Western Premier Garden Hotel Entebbe and The Emin Pasha Hotel.
Our list of the resorts in Uganda includes: Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort, Lake Bunyonyi Eco Resort, Speke Resort and Conference Center, 2friends Beach Hotel, Roots Retreat and Camping Resort, Jinja Nile Resort, Bunyonyi Overland Resort, The Ankrah Foundation Limited, Lake Victoria Serena Golf Resort & Spa and Kabubbu Resort Centre.
Our list of the motels in Uganda includes: 4d's Motel, Muhabura Motel, Westend Motel, Victoria Region Motel, Highway Motel Entebbe, Kesh Motel, Skyblue Motel Lyantonde, Jakas Motel Ntinda, Jacaranda Motel and Precise Motel.
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