Accommodation at Ndere Centre – Here in the Cultural Centre we have a variety of accommodation for our guests to choose from. All of our accommodation is surrounded by nature, providing a picturesque view for our guests to wake up to. Breakfast is also provided with each accommodation option. Our range of accommodation provides the perfect getaway for couples, families or groups along with a safe environment for individual travelers.
-Ensuite single bed, double bed, twin bed or triple bed rooms; USh100,000 for single occupancy or USh60,000 per person sharing.
-Three bedroom chalets/cottages designed to accommodate groups of up to six people. Each chalet also has a shared lounging space, perfect for relaxing as a group or catching up on work. This is also USh60, 000 per person.
-Private home which features two Ensuite bedrooms and a common living area; USh100, 000 for single occupancy and USh60, 000 for each additional guest.
For travelers who do not stay around Kampala it is advisable to stay at Ndere centre accommodation since the activity starts at 7 pm and ends at 10 pm so to avoid night travelling we recommend staying there.
The word ‘endere’ means ‘flute’, the Ndere Troupe therefore means Flute Troupe.
The flute was chosen as a symbol of beauty as it produced such beautiful and exceptional music which can be manipulated to express a range of emotions; from sorrow to joy and from love to loneliness in many African traditions.
It also symbolizes universal unity, all peoples of the world have a flute in their cultures. The flute is like the blood that flows in our bodies no matter our external difference. The Ndere Troupe prides itself on emphasizing commonalities and celebrating the rich differences.
The Ndere Troupe is a cultural development that was founded in 1986 by Rawangyezi Stephen and he has gone to employ many young people at the Ndere centre.
Food is provided daily at our onsite restaurant. However on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday nights a large and exquisite buffet is available to guests. On these special nights guests are not only able to avail of spectacular food but also entertainment as the Ndere Troupe perfo
Cultural dance nights
The Ndere Troupe capture the amazing cultural songs, dances and unique instruments from the 56 tribes of Uganda. They weave them with humorously informative stories and present them in an authentic but artistically developed spectacle every Wednesday and Friday at 7pm, and Sundays at 6pm; an experience not to be missed. For international guests to Uganda, this is the best introduction to Africa’s culture and ways of life.
Getting to Ndere centre
Ndere center is accessible within 20-30 minutes from the city centre, Kampala being a big city there are car hire services available and one can also take a taxi to Ntinda and walk to the centre but adventurous travelers can take the motor bikes called the Boda Boda.Contact Great Adventure Safaris to book your accommodation at Ndere Centre and wildlife safaris in Uganda.