The Baha'i Faith was introduced to Uganda in 1951, making it one of the earliest Baha'i communities in Eastern Africa. Since then, the Ugandan Baha'i have firmly established the Faith in their country, with members representing nearly every tribal and religious background and being located in over 2,800 localities throughout the country. The first Baha'i House of Worship on the African continent, completed in 1961, is situated in Kampala and has become a well-known landmark of the capital.
Surrounded by the peaceful waters of Lake Victoria, Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is home to 52 orphaned and rescued chimpanzees. Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust (Chimpanzee Trust), an NGO, is responsible for all aspects of the sanctuary.
Entebbe Botanical Gardens is the oldest botanical garden in Uganda. The garden is one of the best places in Kampala to spot bird life. Entebbe Botanical Garden a beautiful place of butterflies, flowers, plants, monkeys, shrubs, tropical trees, monkeys, insects and magnificent birds. Visitors can enjoy a walk, safari drive and a picnic in the gardens.