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These gardens are really lovely. We had a great botany student who works there part time as a guide. Peter knows so much about these gardens and is very informative as well as helpful. If you get a chance ask for him. Will be returning...More
On paying our entrance fee (in local currency), there was the option for a guide to take us round for a fee. The guides are near the entrance, and there did not seem to be shortage so would not expect there not to be any....More
This is NOT a classical botanic garden, you can touch, smell and walk everywhere you want. No trails, no signs, just pure experience to feel the nature and see the green and wide variety of Uganda plants. If you have time that is so-so recommended...More
These gardens are such a lovely oasis close to Entebbe airport. Don’t expect that the gardens are as well organised as others you may have visited but they have a lot of interesting trees, plants, birds & animals. My main interest was the bird &...More
We went to the garden and payed 10.000 a head. I think that one has to love large trees othervise don't go there.
The first Tarzan film had some acts taken there but......
You can go the the lake but that spot is not kept...More
I enjoyed my visit to the Botanical Gardens. True, it could use some TLC, but there are many volunteers and guides who put a lot of time and love into the upkeep. I strongly recommend getting one of the guides- they meet you at the...More
We payed US $5 each to get in, then hired a guide to show us around he was very knowledgeable. Nothing is signed so without the guide you would just be wondering around. They are volunteers & rely upon your tip as payment.
I visited the Entebbe Botanical Gardens in the afternoon of Sunday, September 9, 2018. It is a large expanse of trees, and greenery, very quiet, with access to Lake Victoria's beaches. The beach in Entebbe was much cleaner than in Kampala, and can make for...More
The garden was established in 1898 by a British, who came from Kenya. Right now it covered an area of 40 hectares. The entrance fee is 10.000 UGX and I would strongly recommend to take a guide for additional 10.000. Our guide told us some...More