Iganga is a town in the Eastern Region of Uganda. It is the main municipal, administrative, and commercial center of Iganga District, and the district headquarters are located there
Iganga was part of Busoga at Independence in 1962. In 1975 it gained district status and it became South Busoga District in the Busoga Province. It was named Iganga in 1980. Present day Bugiri, Kamuli and Mayuge made up Busoga District. Economic Activities: Agriculture with the main emphasis on food crops; Millet, Maize, Sorghum, Rice, Beans, Irish, Cassava, Bananas and Peas. Cash crops include Coffee and Cotton. Fruits and Vegetables such as Oranges, Tomatoes and Cabbage. Fishing is carried out on Lake Victoria.The district has caves and forests which are tourist attractions. Nenda Hill; contains the shrine of the Bazungu (white people) and is a view point for the surrounding plains. Lake Victoria is another attraction and fishing constitutes a major activity.