Hotel Le Petit Village

Ggaba Road, Kampala, Uganda | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $276.00

Travel Blogs from Kampala

It's a small world

A travel blog entry by docteach12


... being dropped off on motor bikes. A Hindu family arrived on the back of two bikes, one member was about 70 years old, what a funny sight!! After spending about $50 on our meals, we explored the upper level. To our surprise, there was a food court with international selections including a goat kidpack (similar to Mcdonald kidpack) . Prices were less than $10 for meals so guess where we'll be dining on our last day here !!!???


Best midwifery day ever!

A travel blog entry by lovettn


... However, as always with childbirth, it is unpredictable. When I looked around I realised that if we were going to work together, it had to be today. Took myself out to the mango tree with the phone to rearrange her visit when she walked up the drive! She had had a premonition that she needed to be with me today and appeared as if by magic. She believes it was God telling her to meet me today and I am not going to argue with that. We had 2 ...

Wasiko clinic first day

A travel blog entry by lovettn


First day at the clinic and I don't really know how to tell the story. I am a bit shocked by the reality of the life and death that was played out in front of anyone who cared to watch. We began with meeting sister Betty and having a tour of the clinic which offers diabetes, TB HIV. Child health and maternity care. The antenatal clinic was combined with the vaccination clinic and the crowds were like nothing else I have ever seen. However, ...

A Day Trip to Uganda

A travel blog entry by cubm


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John took some time to take pictures on his ride from and to Entebbe. One is of a woman who ha a basket of mangoes balanced on her head. This is a common site in Africa, and women carry water balanced on their heads while having a baby wrapped in a blanket on their backs. John also has a picture of the latest phenomenon in African road transport and that is motorcycles, which only began to show up on the scene five or ten years ago.

Kampala is one very busy city!

A travel blog entry by denisegerry


... and awful smog in Kampala. We got another taxi, and for the first time we had a female driver. She drove us to the Post Office where we bought tickets for the Postal Bus to Kisoro. We then went to the Khadafi Mosque atop one of the hills in Kampala and had a guided tour of the mosque. It was lovely and we had lots of questions for the tour guide. When we got back we walked to an orphanage we had seen on the way to our hotel and we gave the director our stash ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Ggaba Road, Kampala, is near Uganda Museum, Kasubi Tombs, Sesse Islands, and Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding