Kampala is the capital of Uganda. With a population of 1,208,544, it is also the nation's largest city. The city grew as the capital of the Buganda kingdom, from which several buildings survive, including the Kasubi Tombs (built in 1881), the Buganda Parliament, the Buganda Court of Justice and the Naggalabi Buddo Coronation Site.
From spotting rare mountain gorillas in the wild through the mist of dense rainforest, to witnessing herds of elephants roam over the vast savannah, you’ll connect with the wild heart of Africa in every sense.
Trek deep into the Ugandan rainforest and meet wild mountain gorilla families in their natural habitat. Enjoy once-in-a-lifetime wildlife encounters, experience Ugandan culture at a local village, and stay at luxurious forest lodges.