THE BEAUTY OF KAMPALA PART I

Beautiful, scenic, robust and busy, visiting Kampala is one trip you will always remember. Located in Uganda (East Africa), Kampala is home to a myriad of features that make it one of the most vigorous cities in Africa.

 

Boda Bodas are the fastest means of transport around Kampala.
Boda Bodas are the fastest means of transport around Kampala.

Riding on Boda Bodas is one experience to remember because keeping balance atop the motorcycle as it rushes in-between cars is not a joke.

 

Buses and taxis transport people to different places around Kampala. They reach as far as the most remote places in Uganda including villages and suburbs.
Buses and taxis transport people to different places around Kampala. They reach as far as the most remote places in Uganda including villages and suburbs.

Taking a glimpse at the number of Taxis that make up the majority of vehicles in the city is a sight worth seeing.

 

A traffic officer controls vehicles moving along a busy street in Kampala. The many people who use the roads in kampala include pedestrians, Boda Boda riders, passengers in taxis and buses. All these make Kampala one of the most vigorous towns in Africa.
A traffic officer controls vehicles moving along a busy street in Kampala. The many people who use the roads in Kampala include pedestrians, Boda Boda riders, passengers in taxis and buses. All these make Kampala one of the most vigorous towns in Africa.

Finding your way among the multitudes of people along Kampala Streets is a memorable experience.

 

Nature is one of the reasons Sir Winston Churchill called Uganda
A plant grows along a street in Kampala City. Flowers and plants can easily be seen in different parts of Kampala. Nature is one of the reasons Sir Winston Churchill called Uganda “The Pearl of Africa”.

 

The Old Taxi Park located in downtown Kampala is home to many taxis taking passengers to different parts of Uganda.
The Old Taxi Park located in downtown Kampala is home to many taxis taking passengers to different parts of Uganda.

 

More photos will be coming about my journey through Kampala (didn’t know there was even a train…coming soon).

 

 

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