What To Expect
An unique insight of the culture in Kampala yet one of the best ways to fully understand their situation and the importance of the grassroots initiatives to the locals. With a high percentage of poverty, Uganda developed small initiatives to bring its people out of poverty. See the substantial economic progress of Uganda while you also understand the daily struggles of the Ugandans and how they manage to solve their problems comprehensively by promoting education, entrepreneurship, literacy, and sustainable farming.
Stroll around the city's local landmarks such as the Kampala Taxi Park, Nakasero Market, Constitutional Square, and Uganda Parliament. Drive through the busy streets of Kampala and see the Mandela Football Stadium, dedicated to the late Nelson Mandela. Marvel on the fascinatingUganda Martyrs Shrine, where 23 Anglican and 22 Catholic converts were executed, and pay respect to the people who sacrificed their lives to Christianity. Then, visit 2 grassroots development projects in Kampala and learn more about its history and significance.
The Katende Harambe Rural-Urban Training Center in Namugongo, a family-run agricultural center, targets to accelerate wealth through sustainable farming. On the other hand, the Kawempe Youth Center concentrates on improving education and literacy among youth. Lastly, the Kinawataka Woman's Initiative's focal point is to empower women in Kampala by teaching them to become local entrepreneurs and open small businesses to help support their economy.
Entrance fee to the Uganda Martyrs Shrine
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Participants must be 10 years old to join the tour.
This tour operates as a guaranteed Small Group Tour with a maximum of 8 guests.
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