Ugandan Cities

Ugandan Cities and Towns – Defining Our Lifestyle

Ugandan cities and towns are a mix of every thing; social, political and economic aspects of life and very much define our heritage and lifestyle – through the years of Uganda.

The Capital, Kampala is the largest of them all and certainly one of its kinds. There are others like Entebbe, Mbarara, Jinja and Gulu as well as smaller towns and villages.

A lot of these cities and towns are defined along cultural heritage, population and the politics (which usually determines the demarcations; the size and area coverage).

I have sorted all the cities and towns in alphabetical order. Click on the links below to navigate your way … to the specific letter section; under the letter section, those with a link will provide you with information about that city/ town/ municipality – go on then and click the link to find out more…

The Regions will define the bigger picture of these cities and towns, down to the districts. They are scattered throughout the country and Ugandans love to live in both the vibrant cities and the quiet small towns and villages.

Uganda is approximately 33 million inhabitants; See more facts and figures here.

Whether you want to explore the origin and history of these Ugandan cities and towns, search for information about these places before you find/start work in Uganda, plan for your Ugandan holiday or want to know about the tourist attractions in these places, you will find all here for you.

Take advantage of the variation of our Ugandan cities and towns, their unique historical moments and the wonderful people across. And if you are one of the development partners, leave your mark!

You will find some of these Ugandan towns challenging but fun; a life time experience that will gradually grow into wonderful memories that will stick around for your life time.

Come with an open mind and you will certainly love it.

Right! Here below is the list of cities, towns and municipalities in alphabetical order;

A

  • Alebtong
  • Abim
  • Adjumani
  • Amolatar
  • Amuria
  • Amuru
  • Apac
  • Arua

B

  • Bombo
  • Budaka
  • Bugembe
  • Bugiri
  • Bukedea
  • Buliisa
  • Buikwe
  • Bundibugyo
  • Busembatya
  • Bushenyi
  • Busia
  • Busolwe
  • Butaleja
  • Buwenge

D

  • Dokolo

E

F

G

H

  • Hima
  • Hoima

I

  • Ibanda
  • Iganga
  • Isingiro

J

K

  • Kaabong
  • Kabale
  • Kaberamaido
  • Kabwohe
  • Kagadi
  • Kakinga
  • Kakiri
  • Kalangala
  • Kaliro
  • Kalisizo
  • Kalongo
  • Kalungu
  • Kampala – The Capital
  • Kamuli
  • Kanoni
  • Kamwenge
  • Kanungu
  • Kapchorwa
  • Kasese
  • Katakwi
  • Kayunga
  • Kibaale
  • Kiboga
  • Kihiihi
  • Kira
  • Kiruhura
  • Kyenjojo
  • Kyotera

L

  • Lira
  • Lugazi
  • Lukaya
  • Luweero
  • Lwakhakha
  • Lwengo
  • Lyantonde

M

  • Malaba
  • Manafwa
  • Masaka
  • Masindi
  • Masindi Port
  • Matugga
  • Mayuge
  • Mbale
  • Mbarara
  • Mitooma
  • Mityana
  • Mpigi
  • Mpondwe
  • Moroto
  • Moyo
  • Mubende
  • Mukono
  • Mutukula

N

  • Nagongera
  • Nakaseke
  • Nakasongola
  • Nakapiripirit
  • Namutumba
  • Nansana
  • Nebbi
  • Ngora
  • Njeru
  • Nkokonjeru
  • Ntungamo

O

  • Oyam

P

  • Pader
  • Paidha
  • Pakwach
  • Pallisa

R

  • Rakai
  • Rukungiri

R

  • Sembabule
  • Sironko
  • Soroti

T

  • Tororo

W

  • Wakiso
  • Wobulenzi

Y

  • Yumbe