Kihihi, also spelt Kihiihi, is a town in Southwestern Uganda. It is the second-largest metropolitan area in Kanungu District, after Kanungu, where the district headquarters are located.
Kihihi is located approximately 113 kilometres (70 mi), by road, northwest of Kabale, the largest city in the sub-region. Kihihi is located approximately 16 kilometres (10 mi), by road, northwest of Kanungu, where the district headquarters are located.
Kihihi is a small town in Kanungu District, approximately 30 kilometres (19 mi), by road, southeast of the International border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo at Ishasha. The straight distance is about 16 kilometres (10 mi), but due to the mountainous terrain, the roads are tortuous and winding. The town accommodates a large refugee camp administered by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR). It also has one bank (Stanbic Bank), one ATM and several motels and lodges.
Points of interest:
The following points of interest are found in Kihiihi, or close to its town limits:
- The offices and refugee camp of the UNHCR.
- The offices of Kihihi Town Council
- Kihihi Farmers Market
- A branch of Stanbic Bank.
- Garuga Airstrip
- Well-stocked supermarkets
- Kihiihi Town Council office
- Kinkiizi Radio Station
- Kinkizi Polytechnic
- Self-Contained Motels
- Bus Terminus Kihiihi-Kampala route
- Religious Worshiping Centres
- Sevpnary Schools