Kasubi tombs is a cultural, tradiditional and ceremonial burial ground for the kings[kabakas] in the Buganda kingdom. The site is located at Kasubi hill, Kampala, the borders of Kasubi tombs were established in 1882 and it comprises of about sixty four acres of land, five kilometers Northwest of Kampala city center.

Like any other traditional setup, there is a legend that talks about Kintu as the first Kabaka of Buganda kingdom. Apparently, kintu had come with his wife Nambi after he had won her hand in marriage from her father Ggulu, the god of the sky. This first kabaka is said not to have died but disappeared into a forest at Muganga. This explains why in every burial grounds in Buganda have what is called Kibila, a sacred forest where the tombs are housed, concealed from public view by a back cloth curtain.

When it comes to meal time, everyone is looking for a place to quench their thirst and fill their stomachs. Different people pop in for preferred dishes among which is ''omugoyo''.

Omugoyo is a local dish prepared among the central regions of Uganda. The word omugoyo literally mean something mingled up. This dish is a combination of sweet potatoes and beans mingled together.

In Kenya,this similar dish is prepared a lot thou for its case there is an added ingredient that is corn and it is referred to as ''mushenye.'' Most people who feed on mushenye have overtime credited its satisfying degree and that it lasts longer in the digestion process meaning one feels satisfied for some good hours.

This credit is no exception for ''omugoyo.'' Without holding a debate, we can at least agree that this is one of the easiest dishes to make and requires utmost four ingredients. besides its simplicity, omugoyo is all natural and healthy with nothing like fatty oils and spices making it fit for all persons, young and old.

Kibiro Salt Gardens is located on shores of Lake Albert in Kibiro fishing village just 35km away and an hour out of the Hoima town.

These hot springs are located very close to Lake Albert shore in Kibiri village, Kigorobya County in Bugahya county Hoima district.

The land is under the Kingdom of Bunyoro and perched on a stony plain stretching to ¾ of a Kilometer amidst the lake shore and the base of the approximated 300m escarpment that mark the eastern side of the Albertine rift valley.