Wayne Lobb, who maintains the website for Bigodi Wetlands, writes: Bigodi Tourism and KAFRED, located just south of Kibale National Forest on the road from Fort Portal to Mbarara, has a new website: https://bigoditourism.com The old website, http://www.bigodi-tourism.org has been removed.
Meddie Kakande of Real Life Slum Tours writes: Real Life Slum Tours offers tourists exposure and awareness to the poorer suburbs of Kampala District and to enjoy the local life and culture. Our tours explain the history of these slum areas and include visits to family outreach programs, community schools, markets, orphanages and the like. They … Continue reading Real Life Slum Tours, Kampala
The director of Enfuzi Community Campsite writes: The correct numbers for Enfuzi Community Campsite are now 0782 779910 and 0777 045776. The other number included in the 8th edition (0782972756) belongs to a former manager who has told several people our camp is closed and then diverted them to another nearby place.
Immaculate, owner of the new Maasai Villa Guest & Backpacker's Home, writes: Based on Rukurato Road, Boma, Fort-Portal, our new budget guesthouse has self-contained rooms, which can be used privately or on a shareable basis. while sharing each pays $10 per night without break fast which can be ordered desperately. one can order drinks, eats and hire … Continue reading Maasai Villa Guest & Backpacker’s Home, Fort-Portal
Thanks to Jamie Hitchen and Grace Natabaalo for forwarding me details of this useful blog about Kampala: http://roadsandkingdoms.com/2017/24-things-to-know-before-you-go-to-kampala/
Please click on the link below for a PDF detailing the most interesting birds in Uganda for beginners and twitchers, as included in earlier editions of Bradt Uganda but removed from the 8th edition to keep down the length of the book. Uganda's Most Interesting Birds
Please click on this link below for a PDF of self-driving tips compiled by Dr Fritz Esch and included in earlier editions of Bradt Uganda. self drive uganda