Entebbe Tour

1 Day Entebbe Tour

Experience an exciting moment booking this 1 day Entebbe tour which sees to Uganda‘s Zoo expecting to see various animals such as lions, Elephant, Giraffes, Monkeys among others and the head to the visit Entebbe Botanical gardens and chill at the white sand beaches along Lake Victoria shores.

Experience an exciting moment booking this 1 day Entebbe tour which sees to Uganda‘s Zoo expecting to see various animals such as lions, Elephant, Giraffes, Monkeys among others and the head to the visit Entebbe Botanical gardens and chill at the white sand beaches along Lake Victoria shores.

  • Visit the Uganda Wildlife Education Center (Ugandan Zoo)
  • Visit Entebbe Botanical Gardens
  • Enjoy the White sand Beach and the cool breeze of Lake Victoria

Pick up from Kampala and drive to Entebbe at Uganda’s ZOO the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC). You will take a tour around the zoo seeing various animals such as lions, Elephant, Giraffes, Monkeys…… Then you will visit Entebbe Botanical gardens where you will have lunch as you enjoy the scenery. After visit the white sand beach just next to Protea Hotel Entebbe, while here you will enjoy a cool breeze of the water as you are listening to soothing music as well as sip your favorite drink. You can also swim in the cold lake water at the beach or enjoy a boat ride on the lake using a speedboat. After you will travel back to Kampala.

End of Tour.

Tour includes

  • Relevant government taxes
  • Transport in a 4 WD and full time driver guide
  • White water rafting
  • Stopovers
  • Bottled water

Tour excludes

  • Visa fees
  • Airfares
  • Personal expenses such as beverages, tips for staff, accommodation and activities outside your itinerary
  • Personal insurance

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