Why Choose us?

We are a family run company, who know the amount of work it takes to put together a wedding and we ensure that we take care of all the family’s needs. Our aim is to go over and beyond for every wedding we take on.

Destination Weddings Uganda provides a unique service never seen before in Uganda. We have a ’one stop shopping’ approach that has one goal in mind and this is to make the planning & coordination of your Destination Wedding as simple & as stress-free as possible.

Our vast years of experience have allowed us to create an experience that guides you step-by-step to ensure a seamless wedding planning process. We understand each and every couple is unique so we spend a lot of time in making sure we discuss all factors. We continually strive to source suppliers that are great quality, reputable, trustworthy and at reasonable prices without compromising on luxury.

Our aim is to coordinate the process. We work hand-in-hand with the hotel and vendors to create the perfect wedding just for you. Destination Wedding Uganda also offers additional packages to best suit your needs to ensure your wedding is as seamless as possible.

Our Services

Coordination:  This is our most popular service where we ensure we work with in your budget to arrange your Accommodation, airport transfers, help you plan menus, suggest and introduce to recommended local vendors & suppliers. Best part is this service is absolutely free! 

Executive package: This is a complete bespoke package. We sit and understand the requirements of the familes and ensure we make it happen.  This includes but is not limited to, pesonalise welcome at the hotel, welcome hampers, stationary, coordinating all local suppliers, getting competitve quotes from local vendors such as decorators, sound, light production etc. advise, design & execution of bespoke stages / dancefloors / sets as well as management during your Destination Wedding.

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Why Uganda?

Uganda, The Pearl of Africa is blooming with a tapestry of landscapes, excellent wildlife, a diverse culture and welcoming locals. It packs a lot into one small country with a pulsating tourist and hospitality industry.

Despite the economic and political turmoil of the 70s and 80s when, the government of the day expelled the Asian community, Uganda
today, has heeled that coupled with a stable political environment, a vibrant and brisk economy, it is back on its feet and roaring on forth
in high gear.

Uganda is home to the Rwenzori mountain range, the source of the Nile, the world’s longest river, and Lake Victoria, the continent’s largest lake. Rafting the Nile offers a world-class adrenaline adventure but the country’s most iconic experience is tracking the mountain gorillas in Bwindi and a game drive to see the Big Five.

Uganda also features a rich eco-tourist industry with over 1,500 different species of birds and butterflies. From that, you will see that
nature – diverse and resplendent as it is, looms large here.

It’s with that backdrop and basking in hot weather all year round that Uganda is alive and kicking. With a number of stunningly beautiful
resorts and eco-lodges that offer luxury accommodation, serene wedding venues, fine cuisine and a first-class service that’s unrivalled in
Africa, Uganda has now become one of the leading countries in Africa for Destination Weddings.

Facts About Uganda

  • Home the famous Rolex (fried egg rolled in chapati) & grasshoppers (‘Nsenene’ bush crickets that are fried and eaten as a snack.)
  • The tourism industry is best known for its gorillas, but the country is also a home to 11% of the world’s bird population with nearly 1,061 different bird species.
  • Has one of the smallest churches in the world measuring 8ft tall and 2.5metres wide, the chapel in Nebbi town, can only accommodate three people, including the preacher.
  • Has the highest density of primates in the world, more in land, water bodies compared to any country on the continent
  • The world’s largest tropical lake and the world’s 2nd largest fresh water body, Lake Victoria is partly found in Uganda.
  • Mt. Elgon has the largest volcanic base in the world.

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