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USD 80$ 

Price is per person paid in advance

The Ultimate Kampala
Walking Tour 

Gain an overview of Kampala in just half a day on this comprehensive city walking tour. Be immersed in the capital’s ambiance as you stroll between landmarks such as the Uganda National Mosque and Independence Monument, meet locals and purchase mementos in the Owino and Nakasero Markets, and gain personalised insight into the city directly from your private local guide. Approximately 4 hours



  •        Duration of Walk -  The walk will take anywhere about 4 hours but will vary.

  •        Free Cancellation  - For a full refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the start date of  the walk

  •        Electronic Ticket -  Your ticket will be emailed to you for convenience to your mobile phone

  •        Languages - The walking tour guide will speak fluent English, and can also speak Lugandan, and Swahili

  •        Book in advance  - USD 80 $

  •        Local Licensed tour guide.

Itinerary (This may vary)

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Independence Monument,
Nile Avenue, Kampala 

Travellers will have time to take pictures with the independence monument statue and the guide will explain some story attached to the monument

Temple SSDM Shree Sanatan Dharma Mandal,
10 Snay Bin Amir Rise,

This is a metallic free building with nothing like a metal in it, it’s said to have been built using only concrete which makes it totally unique from other buildings in Uganda. Therefore our client will be able to take a 20min visit here and also take some pictures inside and outside. It’s so eye opening especially to those who never been to the Hindu temple before.

Nakasero Market, Market
Square Rd, Kampala

This is basically a food and fruits market where most people go for shopping! Here travellers will get to see a variety of Ugandan local food which is gathered from remote areas of Uganda and brought here for sale.

Kampala Old Taxi Park,  Burton St

This is the biggest tax park in Uganda where most of the public taxis in Kampala pick up and drop off their clients. These taxis take different directions. It’s therefore very amazing to visit and experience how travellers identify the respective taxis taking their respective directions

Kisenyi, Kampala,

Kisenyi Slum is one of the six highly congested villages in the mid of Kampala City! It’s popularly know as a home to many refugees from  countries like Somalia, D.R.C, Ethiopia, and South Sudan. It’s a very busy area and a walk through the slum will give a lasting impression as to how these refugees are coping in their daily lives. You might experience the best entertainment by the local members like board games, kick boxing, dancing and skits.

Uganda National Mosque, Old Kampala Road

Formerly known as the Gaddafi Mosque, the name was changed in 2013. You need to be fit for this walk, as there are 304 steps to climb to the tower at the mosque! Here you will be able to see the seven fundamental hills of Kampala at an angle of 360 degrees. For more information see HERE

Owino Market,  Kampala

This is a large local market where over 2000 vendors are employed dealing in 2nd hand goods like clothes, shoes etc. It’s a chance to pick up a bargain.





  • Water

  • Licensed local tour guide

  • Entry/Admission - Gaddafi National Mosque

  • Entry/Admission - Kisenyi Slums, Kampala

  • Entry/Admission - Temple SSDM Shree Sanatan Dharma Mandal

  • Entry/Admission - Nakasero Market

  • Entry/Admission - Independence Monument



  • For clients staying outside Kampala transfer to the start point can be arranged for a small fee

Important Information 

  • Confirmation will be received at the time of the booking

  • There is no wheelchair access on this walking tour

  • This walk is not recommended for travellers with back problems

  • Travellers should be moderately physically fit

  • This tour requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund

  • This is not a private tour/activity, however we can arrange it to be.

  • Wear closed shoes, not sandals as the slum could be wet

Starting Point & Cost

  • We will start this walk at the Uganda National Mosque, 8H89+8FM, Kampala. Before we start our walk you have the chance to visit the mosque and have a view of Kampala from the top of the tower.

  • The cost of this tour is USD 100$ payable in advance by :



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