Kampala is the capital city of Uganda, which is located in the South Central region of the country. The numerous picturesque locations, breathtaking natural beauty and plentiful sightseeing options of this town attract thousands of nature and outdoor enthusiasts from around the globe. This city of seven hills, has earned the status of marvelous heritage destination, offering visitors glimpses of many religious, cultural, historical sites and ancient monuments, which are spread over the beautiful 21 hills of this region.
One of the most attractive features of this city is its remarkable architecture which is a combination of the modern, colonial, African and Indian origin. Lake Victoria, World’s second largest fresh water lake, is situated to the south of this city, which is an exclusive natural wonder. Tourist attractions in Kampala include naggalabi coronation grounds, Uganda museum, independence monuments, kasubi tombs, kabaka's lake, bahai temple and mengo palace.