Kampala

Kampala

Ibrahim Sekagya

Born in Kawempe Kampala, Sekagya started his senior career with Kampala City Council in 1997, before moving to Argentina in 2001 to try and make a career in football. His first Argentine club was Atlético de Rafaela in the Primera B Nacional. In 2002, he moved to Ferro Carril Oeste in the Primera B Metropolitana, subsequently helping the team to win the league and secure promotion to the Primera B Nacional. In 2005, he was signed by Arsenal de Sarandí of the Argentine Primera División, where he spent two seasons.

David Obua

David Obua is a Ugandan footballer who most recently played as a Midfielder for Scottish Premier League club Hearts and the Uganda national team.

Having arrived at Hearts as a left wing-back, Obua was primarily used as a left-sided midfield player, although he also played a number of games as a striker..

Gaetano Kaggwa

Gaetano Jjuko Kagwa is a Ugandan media personality. He rose to fame when he represented Uganda in the first edition of Big Brother Africa in 2003. He has also hosted the television show Studio 53 on Mnet. Between the years 2004 to 2008, Gaetano was the host of the Capital in the Morning Show on Kenyan radio station 98.4 Capital FM.

Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II

Ronald Edward Frederick Kimera Muwenda Mutebi II (born 13 April 1955) is the reigning Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda, a kingdom in modern-day Uganda. He is the thirty-sixth (36th) Kabaka of Buganda.

Lake Victoria Serena Resort

Styled to replicate the lines of a classically rustic Roman villa, which might just as easily stand amid the sunflowers of the Tuscan Hills, as on the shores of Africa's largest lake, Lake Victoria Serena Resort & Spa is the latest addition to the Serena East Africa Portfolio.

Imperial Royale Hotel

Imperial Royale Hotel which opened its door for business in the later part of 2007 has a unique design and style never seen before. The hotel is centrally located in Kampala adjoining Sheraton Hotel and Sheraton Hotel, thus providing easy and traffic free access to government offices, banks, diplomatic missions, airline offices and shopping malls. This is the only hotel in the city with guaranteed parking for over 500 cars in dual underground levels and rooms serviced by five elevators for easy movement so that guests and visitors do not have to wait.

Protea Hotels Kampala

4 star luxury, 5 star service, 59 luxurious rooms and 11 elegant suites make this hotel the perfect choice in the heart of Uganda's capital.

Dining, Leisure and Business Facilities at Protea Hotel Kampala include: 

A 100-seater restaurant, serving breakfast from 06h30 until 10h00, lunch from 12h00 until 15h00 and dineer from 18h30, with last order taken at 22h00. 24-hour room service is also avalable.

A Ladies Bar is available for GUESTS, for sundowers, pre-dinner coctails or get-togethers with colleagues after business meetings or conferences.

Munyonyo Common Wealth Resort

Set on 90 acrea in the Speke Resort and with a majestic view of Lake Victoria, Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort is Uganda's leading 5-star resort.

Muyonyo Commonwealth Resort is dedicated to providing unrivalled and unmatched services. The resort has 59 Presidential suites with a unique blend of tradition Ugandan and ultra modern furnishings that merge into the Pearl of Africa theme which is carried throughout the entire decor. The many room features and amenities ensure a seamless transition from pleasure to business and vice-versa.

Speke Resort Munyonyo

Speke Resort offers you the ultimate in luxury accomadation and leisure facilities with the finest conference and business meetings location in East Africa. Situated in an idyllic setting in Munyonyo on the shores of Lake Victoria, you will enjoy our Olympic size swimming pool, equestrian centre, 5 star restraurants, gymnasium and sports facilities.

Services

Pearl of Africa Tours & Travel Ltd

Shop No. B2, Basement Floor, NAKUMATT - Oasis Mall, Kampala, Uganda Tel: +256 (0)414 340533 or +256 (0)312 260559 Email:info@pearlofafricatours.com Website: www.pearlofafricatours.com

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