Day Trips

The word Entebbe came from Luganda language "entebe" which means 'seat' / 'chair'. Entebbe was the seat of the colonial governor in the early 1900s, when Uganda was a British protectorate. Entebbe is now the location of the office and second residence of the President of Uganda. Entebbe is the seat of power as well as the location for the only International Airport we have in Uganda known as Entebbe International Airport. Entebbe is a Peninsular that offers a grand port of entry into Uganda with spectacular view of Lake Victoria or Lake Nalubaale as known by the indigenous Baganda People!

White Rhinos once graced and grazed in Uganda’s Conservation Areas and National Parks. Due to political instability of the 70s and early 80s, they were all poached to total extinction.  The last Rhino was killed in Kidepo Valley sometime in 1983. 

Ka-mpala refers to a hill of antelopes; it’s unimaginable today that Impalas used to grace and grace on Kampala in the olden days!

In local language “Jinja” refers to stone!! There is no record to narrate the genesis of the name but the general belief points at the stunning stones in the area.

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