We are please to announce the new 8th edition of Bradt Uganda will be available to ship from the Bradt website on 5 November 2016. At 584 pages, it is most detailed guidebook to Uganda ever published, completely updated, and substantially restructured to reflect recent trends in tourist patterns. Read more or preorder a copy at http://www.bradtguides.com/uganda-pb-3099.html
Apologies to the Ruwenzori View Guesthouse for including an obsolete email address in the coming 8th edition of Bradt Uganda. The correct address is email@example.com. Bra
Wei Jan Wang writes: I would like to inform you of a new tour called Uganda Crater Lakes Tours, at Fort Portal. I visited Uganda in December 2015, where I met Noah, who lives in the Fort Portal area in Uganda. Noah studied tourism and has been working as a tour guide for a number … Continue reading Uganda Crater Lakes Tours, Fort Portal
This is a summary of recent developments on the visa and immigration front: a) As of 22 July 2016, the cost of a single-entry visa to Uganda has been reduced from US$100 back to US$50. So far as we can ascertain, the cost of an East African visa issued in Uganda remains US$100. b) All visitors to … Continue reading Summary of recent visa-related news
Many thanks to Derek Kverno for alerting me to his blog covering various birding trips all over Uganda - http://birdinguganda.blogspot.com/ - it looks like a superb free resource for independent travellers with the birding bug!
Ioana writes: In Kitgum, I found an incredible Memorial to the Conflict in Northern Uganda that I would recommend to future travellers. Set in a building built by the US Marines, this newly launched museum is a memorial to the brutal war that devastated Northern Uganda between 1986 and 2006. The decades-long struggle between the Lord’s Resistance Army … Continue reading National Memory and Peace Documentation Center (NMPDC), Kitgum
Ninna writes: We were just in Uganda and had an amazing time! We used your guide book, which was of great help - informative, interesting and funny. Thank you so much! We were backpacking and realized that it wasn't that easy to get around with local transport. Perhaps (probably, hopefully) many more will be in … Continue reading 2016 trip report