Corporate Entertainment in Kampala, Capital of Uganda
Uganda is a fast-growing country and is rapidly becoming fully aware of its resources and what it has to offer the world. The country is becoming increasingly popular as a place to do business. Tourism is on the rise, the land is rich in mineral wealth and the industrial sector is growing fast, making this an attractive destination for investors from around the world.
When it comes to corporate entertainment, the capital city of Kampala has a lot to offer business visitors, with a wealth of restaurants, live music venues, safaris and other experiences to choose from.
Whether you’re after the very best fine dining experience or a more moderate meal, you’re sure to find something to suit you. If ethnic food fascinates you, there are so many traditional African restaurants to try, along with other foreign eateries, including Indian, Chinese, Italian and Japanese. Most restaurants will offer a selection of meat-free dishes that are suitable for vegetarians.
There are plenty of nightclubs and bars to choose from for a great evening out if you’d like to dance the night away. It would probably be best to ask your business contact which is likely to be the most suitable as, like in most large cities, local venues often change or come under new management at short notice.
If it’s the experience of a lifetime you’re looking for, then Uganda is the place to go. You can join safaris to visit the mountain gorillas in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forests National Park, a unique opportunity to see an endangered species in the wild.
Or what about a trip to Lake Victoria to see the hippos and crocodiles that haunt the waters’ edges?
If an adrenaline buzz is what floats your boat, you can go white water rafting on the Nile, followed by a bungee jump for those who are brave enough!
There are also plenty of cultural entertainment opportunities that enable you to get to know Uganda and its customs better. Whether it’s visiting the Kasubi Tombs, resting place of the Kings of Buganda, visiting the Ndere Cultural Centre to learn about traditional dance or chilling out in the peace of the Baha’I Temple, Kampala has so much to offer visitors that it’s difficult to pack it all into the time available!