|Combo meal at McDonalds||$6.00|
|1 Pair of Nike shoes||$96.92|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre||$511.97|
|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$55.11|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$43.75|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$8.00|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$97.16|
Kabale town is found towards the south side of Uganda next to Lake Bunyonyi. The latest census report of 2012 indicates that this region has an average population of 45,000 people. The most significant tourist attractions in this area are mountain gorillas. Moreover, this urban center lies very close to the Bwindi and Mgahinga Reserve Parks. Another key attraction is Ihimba springs, which is around 4.3miles from the city center. In addition, cheap flights to Kabale are mostly available on Saturdays.
There are plenty of mountain gorillas in this region. These animals often have thicker fur than apes found in other areas. This characteristic allows them live well even in cold temperatures, like those found in deep Central African jungles. All gorillas have unique nose prints which are used to identify them. Moreover, males weigh just195kg while females come in at 100kg. This particular subspecies is considered the 2nd largest primate, only the Lowland Gorilla grows larger than it.
The pristine Ihimba springs are located along Kabale-Katuna Boulevard, plus they are roughly 8 km towards the Southside of Kabale. This amazing geographical feature got its name from Bahimba natives who reside nearby, they are muddy and revitalizing pools found just along the roadside, partially covered by a lush eucalyptus forest. In addition, residents believe that their hot springs have healing powers for various ailments such as backache, rheumatism, pimples and acne. There are cheap flights to Kabale that may be enjoyed by buying tickets early.
There’s a mid-sized lake that lies towards the south west border of this city. It’s roughly 1,962 meters above the sea and is 25 kilometers wide. Moreover, the depth is believed to be somewhere between 600-900 m. Making it the second deepest fresh-water body in Africa, only second to Lake Tanganyika. This lake is free from pollution and disease causing vectors. Therefore, visitors can dip in and revitalize themselves without worrying about anything. Scientists believe that more than 300 bird species reside by the shores of this lake.
There are different categories of hotels in Kabale. The high-end streets have luxurious accommodations that may cost you 100 USD per night. Alternatively, standard guest hotels have simple rooms which cost only 10,000 Ugandan Shillings a month.