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I spent my last day in Uganda in Entebbe spending a good amount of time in the morning exploring several craft markets located onthe main road leading to the airport.
Compared to the market in Kampala, I must say it was a little more relaxing...More
There are two such villages. Prices vary a lot among these. The items are almost the same in each shop. You can bargain if you have the skill. A good collection of souvenirs. Worth visiting for gifts back home. I was looking for magnets but...More
OK, so you know what it is before you enter the maze of little shops;... it's a craft market so be prepared for the prices, stries and pleas to "visit my shop". the prices get better as you go further in. You need a bit...More
There is an on-site artist, Peter, who does great work. The vendors can be a little pushy or should I say pull-y because they are all trying to get you into their stalls. Great place for last minute shopping before you leave.
Stopped in here to pick up some local crafts for the family. All the vendors were friendly, but they definitely didn't want to come down in price very much. It seemed they all had the same offering price and then they all dropped their prices...More
Very many self drivers get stuck in Kampala traffic jam or miss important activities in Kibale and Entebbe and parhaps flight time.
From KIBALE NATIONAL PARK just take a RH diversion on BUJUUKO town it will take you 12min to reach Mpigi road cross it...More
Place is located on the main road on Entebbe and contains several shops selling handmade crafts. Most of the shops has the same staf on their collections, like clothes, jewelery, wooden masks and bowls etc. Here you can negotiate about prices. Quality is usually good,...More