Kabale is situated in southwestern Uganda with a population of approximately 50.000 people. The town is located in a valley, 2000 metres above sea level, surrounded by green hills. The area is commonly referred to as “The Switzerland of Africa”.
The majority of Kabales inhabitants belongs to the Bakiga Tribe and the common language spoken is Rukiga and English.
Through Kabale, the Kampala-Kigali highway passes linking the capital cities of Uganda and Rwanda, there are also connecting routes to DR Congo and several National parks making it an important junction for both trade as well as tourism.