Uganda’s past is as colourful as its people. Idi Amin, Entebbe, tribal tensions and wars with neighbouring countries have beset the landlocked country for generations. Today, Uganda still has its issues but there is an air of optimism in the country.
Tourism is helping to boost both the economy and the country’s reputation. It’s equatorial climate, the mountain gorillas, and Lake Victoria all add up to a very good reason to visit Uganda. Add the Kampala Casino and the deal is closed.
Where else in the world could you straddle the equator in the morning, play peek-a-boo with a gorilla in the afternoon, and clean up at the blackjack table in the evening?
The Kampala Casino is a modest room with just 13 table games. There is a buffet serving local delicacies to hungry punters and the management are pulling out all the stops with a fun-packed line up of entertainment.
On Thursday nights, it’s African Jazz Night with accompanying buffet. On Friday night, Indian food is on the menu. Bingo lovers get their turn at the tables on both Friday and Saturday nights with a Bingo Roulette Mania evening. There are major jackpots up for grabs.
The Kampala Casino’s motto is ‘a touch of class’ and the dedicated staff are committed to ensuring that – win or lose – your experience is a memorable one. We think that’s pretty much guaranteed at this exciting destination.
The casino is a 50 minute drive away from Entebbe International Airport. Contact the casino for more information.
|Address:||Pan Africa House, Plot 3 Kimathi Ave, Kampala, Uganda|
|Telephone:||+256 414 34 3630|