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Entebbe: Guided Walking Tour

1. Entebbe: Guided Walking Tour

Find your guide at the meeting point and set off on a 3-hour walking tour of Entebbe. Discover popular and less known landmarks, visit the freedom tree, and get a taste of local life at the bustling markets. Visit the rolex area of Nsamizi Road and learn all about the rolex snack - a local street food. The rolex combines vegetables and an omelette wrapped in a chapati. See first hand how rolexes are made before you sample one (for an additional fee). Continue to the Chimpanzee Trust to learn about chimpanzee conservation. Hear about the history of and current efforts of the Ngamba Chimpanzee Trust as they seek to protect this majestic animal. Walk to Muzinga Square, visit Muzinha Park, and view the Colonial governor’s mansion (now the official residence of the president). Cross over to the first Anglican church, founded by colonial missionaries, then head to Entebbe’s famous botanical gardens. Grab a refreshment at the bar before walking back to Victoria Mall.

Entebbe: 5-hour Guided Bike Tour with Hotel Transfer

2. Entebbe: 5-hour Guided Bike Tour with Hotel Transfer

Enjoy a fun day exploring Entebbe like a local. See the city's highlights, its different neighborhoods, and hidden spots on a 5-hour guided tour riding a retro bike. During the tour, you also visit the beautiful Entebbe Botanical Gardens and the exciting Entebbe Reptile Village. Get picked up from your accommodation and transfer to the botanic garden. The tour starts here at the famous Entebbe Botanical gardens. Enjoy lots of time here to absorb the natural beauty of this place and spot many different birds. Then it is time to cruise the streets of Entebbe and your guide will take you to see some hidden gems you would normally miss as well as to lively local markets.  Don't forget to try out some local cuisine at the markets before you head to the Entebbe Reptile Village. Here you will have a chance to see all sorts of reptiles from lizards to crocodile, iguanas to vipers. When the tour concludes you will be transported back to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Entebbe

Arthur speaks very good English. He spoke enthusiastically about the history of Uganda and Entebbe, the role of the English in history and the origin of the state. Politics was discussed, as well as the latest developments, the consequences of Covid and Ebola. In short, a clear tour with attention to questions and interests.

Now that things are opening up, a bike ride around Entebbe is enjoyable, not difficult, and Fred is a great guide! The bike was in great shape, easy to ride, and Fred and the staff at the botanical garden and reptile reserve are knowledgeable. I'd recommend!

3h30 are more than enough, the young guide made me discover the outlying districts which is very good. The price of 70 dollars is on the other hand exaggerated!!!

Our guide Arthur showed us really great and interesting things. His German was extremely good!!! He was great at answering all questions. We had a lot of fun.