I had wonderful experience with Grace. She was very kind and helpful in her job. In the beginning I thought the tour would be by car but I found it interesting on foot because of car congestion in town. I promise to finish the tour next time I visit Kampala.
- Antonio Alfabeto
Grace and Celestine's excitement at showing us their Ugandan culture was tangible. They were really enthusiastic and very open to our suggestions too. Our group got on famously and I look forward to going on another of Africa Sights and Sounds excellent tours. I will definitely be embarking on another tour - where are we going next?
- Charlotte Beauvoisin
Diary of a Muzungu | Uganda travel blog
I booked a tour with Sights and Sounds of Africa in July 2014. I got very exciting moments throughout the tour - the sites, the means of transport, and the food. I loved the local food and the fruits I was served with during the tour. The friendliness of the whole team, Celestine, Innocent and Grace was fantastic. It was an unforgettable experience and learning that I had never got especially the African cultural issues and kingship. Visiting a traditional shrine and seeing how African men and women sustained conversations with the spirits was awesome. I will definitely do another tour with this company.
- Christine Namaganda
We really appreciated your service and flexibility. You have been able to accomodate us on our little budget. Your service made our Easter the best in Kampala.
We had a chance to visit the key touristic sites due to your fine knowledge of the Uganda touristic sites. We enjoyed the cultural dance and drama. My family and me would like to thank you so much for these pleasant days in Kampala.
I will defitely recommend you to my friends brothers and colleagues who want to visit Kampala.
- Mahamadou Tanimoune
The long walk through the muddy footpaths, small streams and forests as we passed the beautiful landscapes of tea estates and cattle grazing. …we were amazed by the warm welcome of the natives with various fresh fruits with our thirsty throats, we ate to the fullest as we moved around the humble homestead! Basically, we loved the whole idea of learning about the Buganda culture.
- Nancy Njeri Njoroge
I especially enjoyed the Senga’s talk from the time we went to the garden and she showed us how to harvest Matooke, how to peel it and get it on fire. I prepared chicken Luwombo and it was so tasty! To be honest, I am a Ugandan but that was my first time to prepare Luwombo, and to cook food on firewood – it was so exciting!
- Bridget Nasasira
Makerere University Business School
…I loved the hiking, chanting through the village footpaths and homesteads as we ran, laying the nets and the whole experience of traditional hunting. How lovely is the community concept of protecting unprotected animals! The fruits, swings, food, traditional talks and everything was just amazing! Thank you Celestine
This is the best you could ever enjoy in terms of a Ugandan cultural experience. Packed with a variety of food stuffs and people from different backgrounds; looking for an opportunity to break away from the city life and feel free like a bird in the sky, you will forget all your problems and feel reborn. The dancing, the food, the fruits, the games and sports, the personal interactions with the different people!!!! Lord, what more would you be longing for. Long live ENTANDA. You make us proud and value our culture with each day that passes.
- Sunday Byenkya
We were very humbled and uplifted by the experience. When you experience Entanda, there is more that happens to you that you cannot simply put in words. It is authentic and the people are so genuine. The Entanda Association is a real treasure. We had a grand time. Janat was a wonderful interpreter. Thank you so much for accommodating us.