Whilst there are some very impressive buildings looking down imperiously on Kabale town centre, there aren't many things to do in Kabale itself apart from shop, eat, sleep and get slightly overwhelmed by the frenetic activity of the town as people bustle around going about their daily business. Probably the only thing of note is the Edirisa Museum which is well worth a visit and if you fancy a hike check out the ancient Nyakagera Cave. Many of the things to do in Kabale are a bit further afield however its a good, if cold and wet, place to base your self when undertaking these activities.
Nyakagyera Cave is a forgotten tourist attraction nestling high on Kabaraga Hill close to Kabale.
A 9 hole golf course dating from the 1930s complete with bar and swimming pool and wildlife!
5 miles south of Kabale, the springs were valued by the local Bakiga people for their healing properties.
Mountain hiking is one of the most popular things to do in Kabale especially around the lake.
There are a number of cultural sites reflecting tribal wars between the Buganda and Bunyoro Kingdoms.
Walk up the hill to Arcadia Lodges for refreshments and the most spectacular views of the lake.
A history of Kabale from the Empire of Kitara, Mpororo Kingdom era to its current district status.
Now find out more about the town of Kabale including things to do and places to stay and eat.
As yet largely uncommercialised, Western Uganda has many tourist attractions for the explorer to visit.
As well as the main tourist attractions there are many other activities to enjoy in Western Uganda.
A guide to the main towns in Western Uganda, where to stay, eat and things to see and do.