Tourism Sites

A tour through the different sites brings you the chance to discover the hidden treasures of Buganda kingdom. These ‘eye-catching’ tour sites follow beautiful stories about the history of the kingdom, her people, legendary and futurre prospects.

A number of tourism sites exist in both Buganda and Uganda atlarge. Find out more about our tourism sites below.

Kasubi Tombs

Situated on Kasubi hill within Kampala Uganda, the Kasubi tombs site is an active religious place in the Kingdom of Buganda. The dome shaped grass thatched hut houses the tombs of the ‚ÄúSsekabakas” (late Kings) of Buganda.

Lubiri (Kabaka’s palace)

This is the main traditional palace for the Kings of Buganda standing on top of Mengo hill , Kampala. It is one of the most impressive tour sites in Buganda. Expect to hear the history of the Kingdom, visit the Buganda Parliament (Bulange) and see the exotic giant tortoises around.

Kabaka’s Lake

This is the biggest man-made lake in Uganda. In 1885 Ssekabaka Mwanga settled on the ultimately over-ambitious scheme of digging a lake near his capital and linking it with Lake Victoria.

Bulange (Parliament) tour

This is the traditional seat of the Buganda Parliament standing on the south side of Natete road. It is one of the most impressive colonial era building in Uganda. Expect to hear the history of the Kingdom, see the exotic giant tortoises dawdling around the gardens.