Uganda is a good year-round destination, but the rainy seasons (March to May and November to December) can make logistics a little tricky.

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Nyungwe National Park

Whether it’s for one night or a whole week, time spent staying at a homestay will be a powerful, intimate and genuine undertaking where you may even be able to try different traditions in Uganda
Jenny Loren

Sleep like a king in our Naturreisen Kingdom


I was born and raised in Uganda, an avid traveler and an explorer myself. I would like to share my knowledge and expertise in showing my country Uganda and making your journey a once in a lifetime experience. I welcome you to visit Uganda and experience amazing wildlife, chimpanzee and gorillas, various birds and wildlife as well as the diverse culture of the people of Uganda.I truly believe that Uganda has the most friendliest people and the best climate in the world.

“Staying at Naturreisen Homestay is the perfect way to get under the surface of this amazing country Uganda. A rustic experience with basic facilities and local, fresh, organic food prepared by your hosts, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the Ugandan way of life: a true cultural exchange”

Naturreisen Homestay allows you to immerse yourself into our undisputed hospitality, language, culture, lifestyle, tasty cuisines as well as cultural events such as the Buganda Kings coronation etc. The neighboring local families earn income through purchase of local items as well as labor. It is therefore a win-win! Your stay includes accommodation, airport pick and drop, use of internet, laundering, traditional meals, village walks, interacting with the locals, etc.

About the Area:
The homestay is located in Buddo an official coronation site for all Kings of Buganda Kingdom (Kabakas) located on Budo Hill in Busiro County, Wakiso District, off of the Kampala-Masaka Highway, approximately 14 kilometres by road, southwest of Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city. It is believed that it is here that Buganda Kingdom was born during the 14th century. The hill is also the location of several elementary, middle and high schools, including Kings College Budo, a prestigious mixed boarding high school, attended by Buganda’s Kings starting with Captain Sir Daudi Chwa II , the thirty-fourth (34th) Kabaka  of the  Kingdom of Buganda, who reigned between 1987 and 1939.

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