What makes Entebbe Botanic Gardens so pleasantly special?


forest Entebbe Botanic Gardens has a total land area of 40 hectares stretching over steep as well as gently indulating hills, large expenses of specious lawn, beautiful tropical natural forest, biodiversity rich wetlands. Entering one of the remnants of a tropical forest, your welcomed by friendly spider types with 'hi-tech' cobwebs.
lakeshore 1.5km along lake Victoria shore line; all of which present a breathtaking scenery you would never catch anywhere with just one stop. The variety of scenic views is enriched by the great diversity of plant and animals life. A walk along the beach and out into the open wood and grasslands will have exposed to your eye not less than 32 different bird types, some of which may have arrived at the same time with the European traveller, only using a different air transport system(glinding along the rift valley).
monkeys The Monkeys busy taking care of their hygiene by grooming each other in a friendly and playful manner.

A range of plant species that enjoy growing in rocky habitats can be viewed.


monkeys The diversity of friendly spider types with their 'hi-tech' cobwebs will have already sent you thinking about your creation. The red tailed, the vervet and the beautiful Colobus monkeys soaring high in the branches above the natural, cool, ever flowing forest springs will be going on with their daily duties unbothered by your presence.
nursery A wide range of ornamentals, most of which are available for sale, can be found in the nursery. To mention but a few Coconut palm, Oil palm, Indian lilac, Hores cassia, Canon ball tree, Loquat, Bermuda cedar, Mediteranean cypress. Come, see, enjoy and buy.
medicinal The medicinals which sustain a big proportion of the Uganda rural peasant as well as representing all corners of the globe; the so called cash crops (such as coffe, tea, rubber and cocoa) which sustain the economies of the developing world; the intriguing orchards of improved varieties of horticultural crops, the indegenous precious timber trees, the indegenous fruits of Uganda. All these are part of over 389 species represented in the Gardens.
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