I visited Uganda in early 2017.
Get a look at Idi Amin's presidential Mercedes at the Uganda Museum.*
Nearby Kilembe, 12km away in the foothills of the Rwenzoris, is an interesting town to walk through with old mining equipment and company housing.*
Kasenyi is a small fishing village not far from Entebbe.
Kampala is the best place to experience live music and several local bands play at nightclubs each weekend.*
The landscape south of Fort Portal is dotted with picturesque crater lakes (some over 400m deep), all of which are ringed with improbably sleep hills. *
There's a quality program of music, film, dance and drama performances in the theatre itself, but most travellers come here for the popular, free nightly outdoor events.*
While it (Uganda Wildlife Education Centre) functions primarily as a zoo, this centre is actually a world-class animal refuge hat has benefited from international in recent years. Most of the animals on display were once injured or were recovered from paching and traffickers.*
Lake Bunyonyi (meaning 'place of many little birds') is undoubtedly the loveliest lake in Uganda. Its contorted shore encircles 29 islands, and the steep surrounding hillsides are intensively terraced, reminiscent of parts of Nepal.*
Located 23km southeast of Entebbe in Lake Victoria, Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sancturary, or 'Chimp Island', is home to over 40 orphaned or rescued chimpanzees who are unable to return to the wild.*
This ecotourism site (Kihingami Wetlands Sanctuary)...preserves an attractive 13-sq-km valley that otherwise would have been gobbled up by the surrounding tea plantations. Despite its small size, a remarkable 384 bird species have been spotted here, including Jameson's wattle-eye and white-spotted flufftail.*
Head outside (Uganda Museum) to wander through the traditional thatched homes of the various tribes of Uganda.*
The water dripping from the roof of this small cave is milky white, hyeance thye name Amabeere ("Breasts"). Most of the rock formations are broken, but it's fun to walk behind the waterfall covering it and past the wall of vinces along the adjacent ridge.*
*These captions are from East Africa -- Lonely Planet's travel guide.