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Photos of Mbarara Town the land of milk and honey from above

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Drone shots are the best introduction of a place’s raw natural beauty.

With this piece of high tech, you get a chance to see things you wouldn’t have ever thought of seeing so easily in real life like viewing one of the biggest towns in Uganda from above.

Mbarara town also famously known as the world of milk and honey is in the Southern part of Uganda.

It’s a steady four-hour drive from Kampala city it covers an area of about 1,0020 square kilometers.

Mbarara Round About

Mbarara town for many years has welcomed people with a monument of a long-horned cow which clearly shows that they are cattle keepers and they are the biggest producers of milk in Uganda.

Apart from cattle keeping over 90 percent of the population in Mbarara are involved in farming hence marking it one of the biggest food baskets of the country.

The town has well developed infrastructure coupled with the vast tourist attraction in the region making it a tourist viable investment destination.

Mbarara is surrounded by the districts of Sheema, Ntungamo, Ibanda, Kiruhura, Buhweju and Isingiro.

Mbarara by night

The district has an estimated population of over one million people.

The Banyankole are the main tribe in the district.

The town is home to the famous Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Nile Breweries, Mbarara Century bottling company limited, steel plant, Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital, Ntare school, Mbarara High School, Maryhill High School and many others.

Some of the hotels in the district are Igongo country hotel, Lakeview Resort, Hotel Triangle, Agip Motel and Rwizi Hotel.

Industrial area

Things to do in Mbarara district; visit Igongo cultural Centre and Biharwe Eclipse monument, Sanga cultural village, see the long-horned cattle, visit Lake Mburo National Park and Mbarara city tour.

All photos and videos by Tonny Drone Shots.

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Ms Pamela Amia is a Multimedia Journalist, Conservationist and traveler.


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