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Entebbe Free Walking Tour

Your guru: Arthur
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  • Entebbe
  • Available in: English, German

About the guru Arthur

I'm Arthur - my friends call me Zaasa. I was born and raised in Kampala, Uganda. I have had the opportunity to live in a different country for a year, and to travel to different global destinations over the years. From the experiences I had and the people I met on these travels, I was inspired to find ways of sharing the best bits of day-to-day life in Uganda's main cities (... More »

I'm Arthur - my friends call me Zaasa. I was born and raised in Kampala, Uganda. I have had the opportunity to live in a different country for a year, and to travel to different global destinations over the years. From the experiences I had and the people I met on these travels, I was inspired to find ways of sharing the best bits of day-to-day life in Uganda's main cities (Kampala, Jinja, Entebbe) with guests that are visiting Uganda. I founded Immersionug with a group of friends: We are a team of young people that are passionate about our country and want to share the awesome aspects of Uganda like our food, our hospitality, our diverse culture and nature with visitors that seek a taste of local day to day experiences. I worked for eight years in Uganda's leading brewery and the home of our best known beer, Nile Special, and I am a beer enthusiast. I have hosted countless house parties, boat cruises and I am always hanging out with friends on the weekends. I have also hosted countless visitors to Uganda in my home via couch surfing and have hang out with guests on many occasions. I have visited most of the capitals in Western Europe and spent a year in Edinburgh, Scotland. I am excited to be able to share many of my favourite activities in Uganda's cities, with other like minded visitors.

About the tour

Meet up with a friendly local guide from Entebbe and other travellers. Take a relaxed stroll and experience the small town charm of Uganda’s first capital city.

Discover the colonial history of this lakeside town, visiting monuments, markets and some crafts shopping. Learn about the unique animal and plant conservation efforts happening in the town, and get a chance to take in the aromas through tasty street food plus market herbs and spices. Finally, finish your tour with a relaxing rest at the magnificently preserved botanical gardens or visit the beautiful public beaches along lake Victoria.

Stops:

Meet-up Victoria Mall

Entebbe crafts village

The Freedom Tree

Bars & Clubs District

Street food corner

The Rolex Guy shop

Entebbe main street

Muzinga park and square

Lake Victoria colonial hotel

Bugonga Cathedral

OPTIONAL: We provide the option to continue on to Entebbe's two most popular but paid attractions (Botanical gardens - 3$ entry fee, and Zoo - 15$ entry fee)

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Meeting point
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How to find me: Entrance of Victoria Mall by the benches or fountain
Tour duration: 3 hours

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What's the price?

A guruwalk is a pay-what-you want walking tour, which means, it's completely free to book and join the group, but the 'guru' expects to be rewarded once the tour ends. Some people give €10 per person, some people give US‎$ 50, you choose the price.

For organizational purposes, it is mandatory to book the tour. Booking is completely free, fast and easy. Book your guruwalk now!

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