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WHAT’S INSIDE

25-27 FEATURE
Kampala City Tour 

28-37 ENTEBBE
Accommodation
Business & Shopping
Entertainment
Health
Sports & Outdoors

38-41 FORT PORTAL
Accommodation
Business & Shopping
Entertainment 

42-49 JINJA

Accommodation
Business & Shopping
Entertainment
Health
Sports & Outdoors
Travel & Tourism
Wellbeing

50-123 KAMPALA
Accommodation
Business
Construction & Homes
Education
Entertainment
Food & Drink
Health
Motor Vehicles
Shopping
Sports & Outdoors
Travel & Tourism
Wellbeing

123 UP COUNTRY
Accommodation

IMPORTANT INFO

Map of Uganda
About Uganda
National Parks
Entry into Uganda
Useful Numbers
Embassies
Travelling in Uganda
Things to do with Kids
We love our Pets
Airlines
Conservation Organisations
Places of Worship
Travel by Bus
Societies
Entebbe Information Page
Fort Portal Information Page
Jinja Information Page
Kampala Information Page
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DID YOU KNOW?

MATOKE

Matoke locally also known as matooke, amatooke, ekitookye in south western Uganda, ekitooke in western Uganda and ikitoke in Rwanda, is a starchy variety of banana. The fruit is harvested green, carefully peeled and then cooked and often mashed or pounded into a meal.

Matoke and pineapples on the back of bicycles

Image:  Matoke & pineapples on the back of a bicycle
Image by: The Eye

The fruit is steam-cooked, and the mashed meal is considered a national dish. The Buganda tribe of Uganda do however pride themselves in making the best matoke dishes. The medium-sized green fruits, which are of a specific group of banana, the East African Highland bananas are known in the Bantu languages of Uganda as matoke. Cooking bananas have long been and still are a common staple crop around the Lake Victoria area of Uganda, and in the West and Kilimanjaro regions of Tanzania.

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