The Bis Place was built in 1963 as one of the first residential houses in an outlying swampy area of Kabale. The area was dried by growing eucalyptus trees and the house built. It has since been famous for its restful garden and flowers and trees.
Conservatively but, honestly, with joie de vivre! Do not constrain yourself but please remember that your safety in Kabale and throughout the region depends on not advertising or publicising yourselves as foreign guests who have just arrived in town and are looking for loud entertainment. There is no crime in the area but do not seek to bring attention to your stay. There are neighbours all around in the area and the men who live in the house will look after you selflessly. Please ensure that you keep your room locked. I will give you more advice as you arrive.
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I grew up in Kabale and went to primary school there until Idi Amin came to power in Uganda. After that, I attended secondary school in Kenya. I speak English, Lukiga and Swahili.
I am 57 and a biologist who now spends his time writing. I have written one book, A GRAMMATICAL STUDY OF LUNYANKOLE-LUKIGA, which you may find relevant for your journey to SW Uganda. This is available on and many other global websites. I have also published an ebook of Uganda's history, THE HISTORY OF UGANDA:, via