Author: ENOCK NSUBUGA

Enock Nsubuga brings a unique blend of sales, marketing, and journalism to the table. He leverages his expertise to help tourism and travel businesses thrive in the digital age. Enock co-founded Enock and Jaqi in 2018, a travelogue platform showcasing Uganda through their adventures. This venture combined his passion for travel with his content creation skills, all while empowering travel businesses to share their stories. Further solidifying his commitment to the industry, Enock co-founded Nile Guide Homes, a property management website designed to boost online presence and sales for accommodation providers. Currently, Enock serves as the Content Director of What's On Kampala, keeping the platform buzzing with engaging content.

“Responsible Tourism and the SDGs: Boon or Bane? Explore how sustainable practices can boost Uganda’s tourism industry & align with UN goals. Is it the future?” Responsible tourism and the SDGs are not killing profits, but rather powering Uganda’s tourism future. This was the resounding message delivered by Ms. Nwanne Vwede-Obahor, the Resident Representative of UNDP Uganda, during her keynote address at the just concluded Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE) 2024. If you are a tourism business owner or travel enthusiast in Kampala, or even just someone interested in the future of Ugandan tourism, this article is for you. It dives into the interplay between responsible…

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Comrades Marathon: Kampala executives conquer the world’s oldest ultramarathon! What’s On Kampala celebrates their achievement & explores the growing health & fitness movement in the city. Get inspired & start your journey today! Imagine the challenge: running a staggering 88 kilometers, roughly the distance from Kampala to Entebbe, and back again. That’s exactly what a determined group of 24 Kampala executives accomplished at the prestigious Comrades Marathon in South Africa! What’s On Kampala celebrates these inspiring individuals who pushed their limits on the world stage. A Legendary Race: The Comrades Marathon is no ordinary event. Established in 1921, it’s the world’s oldest and…

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Unleash Your Inner Star: Bayimba International Festival 2024 Calls for Artists! “Ugandan musician Okwepicha’s unique sound reaches British audiences after landing a spot on a popular TV show. Dive into this story of local beats going global!” Remember those late-night jams to “Okwepicha” that had you glued to your speakers? Well, get ready to crank it up a notch because Gravity Omutujju’s hit song just landed a major international feature! That’s right, “Okwepicha” is breaking out of Ugandan borders and onto the global stage, thanks to its inclusion in the popular British series “Queenie” streaming on Hulu. ‌ “Okwepicha,” a catchy song…

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“Is a national holiday fit for local heroes? Uganda’s Heroes Day sparks debate! Should Kampala celebrate its own legends, or stick with national figures? Explore the arguments for both sides.” Every June 9th, Uganda pauses to celebrate Heroes’ Day, a national holiday honoring those who made significant contributions to the country’s development. But what about the everyday heroes who make a difference right here in Kampala? Should residents have a say in recognizing local legends alongside the national honorees? As What’s On Kampala dives deeper into the city’s vibrant tapestry, we explore this intriguing debate. A Groundswell of Support for Local…

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“Elio Capradossi impresses in his debut for the Ugandan national team, the Uganda Cranes. Read more about the Italian Serie C defender’s performance.” Elio Capradossi, a name Ugandan football fans are buzzing about. The 28-year-old centre-back, currently playing for Serie C club Lecco, recently made a stellar debut for the Uganda national team. What’s On Kampala dives into the journey of this talented defender, tracing his path from his Kampala roots to the international stage. Born in Kampala to an Italian father and a Congolese mother, Capradossi’s story is one of following his dreams across continents. He moved to Italy at a young age but his…

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Unleash Your Inner Star: Bayimba International Festival 2024 Calls for Artists! “Uganda Cranes’ return to Namboole lacks the usual buzz! What’s On Kampala explores reasons behind the drop in fan excitement – is it the team, the economy, or something else? Revive your Cranes spirit & share your thoughts!” Hey Kampala! Remember the days when the entire city pulsed with anticipation on Uganda Cranes matchdays? The booming vuvuzelas, the face paint, the collective roar that reverberated through Namboole Stadium? Fast forward to today’s encounter against Botswana, and the atmosphere feels strangely subdued. What’s caused this drop in national fervor for the Cranes? What’s On Kampala dives into…

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Unleash Your Inner Star: Bayimba International Festival 2024 Calls for Artists! “Feeling lost in the streaming universe? What’s On Kampala curates the 10 BINGE-WORTHY shows you NEED to watch in 2024! From sci-fi to historical epics, find your next obsession!” Hey Kampala! Scrolling through endless streaming options can feel overwhelming, but fear not! What’s On Kampala is here to be your guide through the ever-expanding world of television. In no particular order, we have compiled a list of the 10 best TV Series of 2024 (so far) that are guaranteed to keep you glued to your screen. This year has been a goldmine for captivating shows, offering…

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Monuments: More Than Just Metal and Stone? Unveiling Kampala’s Significance “Rwenzori Marathon 2024: Run, Explore, Repeat! This Ugandan race offers stunning scenery, cultural immersion & post-race adventures. Kasese awaits!” Calling all Kampala adventurers! The Rwenzori Marathon 2024 is confirmed for August 24th, and it’s more than just a race – it’s a gateway to an unforgettable Ugandan experience. While pushing your limits on the scenic course is undeniably thrilling, the true magic lies in the breathtaking scenery, rich culture, and exciting adventures that await in Kasese. Here at What’s On Kampala, we are all about exploring the city’s coolest experiences, and the Rwenzori Marathon offers a unique opportunity that…

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“Is Blankets & Wine Kampala losing its shine? The iconic festival returns, but faces new competition. We explore its legacy & future! Will it adapt & remain a Kampala fave?” The news is out: Kampala’s iconic Blankets & Wine festival is back for another edition on Sunday, June 30th! For over a decade, this family-friendly event has been a staple on the city’s social calendar, offering a vibrant mix of live music, delicious food, and a relaxed, picnic-style atmosphere. But with a growing number of festivals vying for attention, some wonder if Blankets & Wine can still capture the hearts of Kampala’s experience-hungry…

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“Escape to paradise at Pineapple Bay Resort, Bulago Island. Find tranquility & luxury amidst Uganda’s beauty. Book your unforgettable getaway today!” Imagine yourself surrounded by lush rainforests, gazing out at breathtaking panoramic views of Lake Victoria. Picture waking up to the sounds of exotic birdsong and spending your days swimming in a sparkling pool or exploring the island’s natural beauty. This isn’t a dream; it’s a reality waiting for you at Pineapple Bay Resort, the luxurious escape on Uganda’s idyllic Bulago Island. According to a 2023 report by Uganda Tourism Board, ecotourism is one of the fastest-growing sectors in Uganda’s travel industry.…

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