The Uganda Martyrs Basilica – a place of pilgrimage and reflection for many.
Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary: Rhino trekking is also an interesting pastime done in central Uganda at Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary. The Rhino sanctuary in only two hours away from Kampala city.
The Source of the River Nile – the world’s longest river.
The serene Bahai temple is ideal for meditation.
Gaddafi Mosque offers remarkable views of Kampala city from the tower.
Famed as a UNESCO heritage site, the Kasubi tombs are the traditional burial place for the kings of Buganda and a great place to learn about the traditions and politics of the kingdom
Rwenzori Mountains National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with waterfalls, lakes, glaciers, beautiful plant life and animals (e.g elephants, chimpanzees, Rwenzori Otters, leopards) as well as birds (over 200 species). The Rwenzori Mountains also known as the ‘Mountains of the Moon’, is the 3rd highest mountain range in Africa, with the snow-capped Margherita peak, one of the highest rising to 5109 metres, offering hiking and mountain climbing.
Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda’s most visited park, in Western Uganda. It is famous for its wildlife including buffaloes, hippopotamus, crocodiles, elephants, tree climbing lions, leopards, chimpanzees and over 500 bird species. It also known for its volcanic features and crater lakes.
Mgahinga gorilla national park found in the Virunga mountains which includes the dormant international volcanic mountains of Mount Muhavura (the highest peak), Mount Gahinga on the Uganda-Rwanda border and Mount Sabyinyo, on the Uganda/Rwanda/Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) borders, famous for trekking of mountain gorillas. It is located about 55 Kilometres west of Kabale town, the largest town in the sub-region and in Kisoro district.