Kam­pala Ho­tel Own­ers As­so­ci­a­tion

Wel­come to Uganda

Kampala Business Travel Guide - - AFRICA outlook - Writer: Su­san Muh­wezi, Chair­lady, Uganda Ho­tel Own­ers As­so­ci­a­tion

I AM VERY HON­OURED to write this fore­word in­tro­duc­ing the Uganda Ho­tel Own­ers As­so­ci­a­tion (UHOA) to the read­er­ship of Africa Out­look.

In this month’s edi­tion Africa out­look is shin­ing a light on the tourism and travel busi­ness in­dus­try in Kam­pala.

This couldn’t have come at a bet­ter time when Uganda is bask­ing in the glory of in­ter­na­tional ac­co­lades from be­ing named the best travel des­ti­na­tion by Lonely Planet magazine in 2012 as well as one of the 20 must­see des­ti­na­tions of 2013 by Na­tional Ge­o­graphic magazine. This year in 2017, CNN named Uganda as the fifth best des­ti­na­tion in the World.

The beauty of Uganda is un­ri­valled and it’s no won­der that Sir Win­ston Churchill named it the “Pearl of Africa”.

Kam­pala is the heart of Uganda, the cap­i­tal city and the cen­tre of busi­ness in­dus­try. Kam­pala is also a key tourism des­ti­na­tion in Uganda. It is one of the safest cities in Africa, as well as the nightlife cap­i­tal of East Africa. Kam­pala is blessed with a host of five-star ho­tels as well as five-star restau­rants. Guests to Kam­pala will en­joy our nat­u­ral and or­ganic cui­sine in any of our five-star es­tab­lish­ments or they could choose to en­joy our fa­mous “Rolex” street food. Kam­pala is a city that is very wel­com­ing. Ugan­dans are the friendli­est peo­ple on the African con­ti­nent.

I have no doubt that the read­ers of Africa Out­look will be very im­pressed by what we have to of­fer as a tourism and busi­ness des­ti­na­tion.

We are very hon­oured to have the op­por­tu­nity to show­case our beau­ti­ful coun­try and town to the read­ers of Africa Out­look. We have beau­ti­ful five-star ho­tels that are ready to cater to all trav­ellers of dif­fer­ent tastes, pref­er­ences and bud­gets.

We are ready to wel­come you all!! Karibu.

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