Free Time- Kampala
Are you wondering if you will have enough time to travel while volunteering in Uganda? Would you like to know some amazing places you can explore while in Uganda? We got you covered. Our Sri Lanka volunteer programs are structured to allow you a lot of free time to explore, and experience amazing Uganda while you volunteer.
When you join Uganda volunteer programs you will be working for 4-5 hours every day. You will get free time in the mornings and in the evenings to spend by visiting the nearby beautiful places in Uganda. It will be a lifetime of memorable experiences in Kampala.
Our volunteer projects are located in the capital city of Kampala. Kampala is a dynamic and an engaging city. It is a city with rich and colorful history, captivating palaces and ruins, jammed streets, high green hills and expensive hotels. All these places are worth visiting during your free time when you join Uganda volunteering projects.
You will have the weekend to go on longer tours to experience natural and cultural wonders in Uganda. It is a relatively small landlocked country, with a good road network from Kampala making it, easy to travel and access all the attractions.
There are various places of tourist attractions in Uganda. This country is a remarkable country adorned with beautiful places and is a great place to visit. Uganda is a tapestry of landscapes, home to Africa's tallest mountain range, source of river Nile, adventure sports and misty habitat of fabulous wildlife. It is a mysterious wilderness experience for you during your weekend adventures and excursions that will make your stay in Uganda more rewarding and worthwhile.
Visit while volunteering in Uganda programs to make memories of a lifetime.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a world heritage listed park of Uganda. It is home to almost half the world’s surviving mountain gorillas, and more than 350 species of birds. It is an amazing great place to make a visit during your Uganda volunteering program.
This is Uganda’s most spectacular waterfall that tumbles down through a six-meter gap in the rock whilst crashing through a narrow gauge. It is is breathtakingly beautiful with a beautiful walking trail from the top down to the river. This is an awe-inspiring experience that you will get only here in Uganda volunteering programs.
Igongo Cultural centre is one of the best museums in Uganda. Set on the grounds of a former palace of the Ankole king, it has quality artifacts and a cultural village replica filled with years of history and events . Additionally, it has a restaurant that serves traditional Ankole dishes. It is a distinct place for you to visit during your volunteering programs in Uganda weekends and make memories of a lifetime.
This is a mysterious historic palace that was built in 1922, home to the former king of Buganda. Peculiarly the building's interior cannot be visited, but the treacherous underground prison is open for viewing. You will learn all about the interesting past legacy of the kings of Uganda when you visit here.
Other interesting places to visit during your weekend are:
Visit the Murchison Falls National Park to observe various varieties of wildlife amidst waterfalls.
Be at the Kidepo Valley National Park watching evading wildlife ringed by mountains and cut by rocky ridges.
Spend time at the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary to find housed orphaned chimps
Visit the Kasubi Tombs to catch a glimpse of the burial place of its kings and royal family