Jan & Mark write: We are working our way through Uganda with the help of your guide book and loving it. Just thought you would like to know that the road from Kenya into Uganda from the Suam border crossing on Mount Elgon is currently horrendous. The Chinese are working in it but as a … Continue reading Mount Elgon and Kibale Forest
We are please to announce the new 9th edition of Bradt Uganda will be available to ship from the Bradt website on 5 December 2019. More than 600 pages long including a brand new colour wildlife section, the 9th edition of Bradt Uganda is the most detailed guidebook to the country ever published. It has been … Continue reading Bradt Uganda 9th edition
We, a group of 3, traveled to Uganda in August and had a wonderful stay there. We highly appreciated the detailed and much useful information you are giving in your guide (Uganda, edition 8). It was definitely our favorite guide! We have been to Soroti as well and took advantage of the view of Soroti … Continue reading Climbing Soroti Rock
Carrie writes: I just finished an incredible month-long backpacking trip around Uganda. Your guide was invaluable for figuring out how to do things independently - thank you! Just have a few updates and report backs to share: - Bwindi: I tracked gorillas at Ruhija. As far as I could tell it’s virtually impossible to get … Continue reading Detailed August 2019 trip report
Note that Planet Ruigo, listed in the 8th edition (p394) has effectively closed. A reader also reports that Enfuzi Community Campsite (p394) appeared to be closed on recent inspection. Meanwhile The Frog at Kibale (p393) has reverted to its former name CVK Lakeside Resort; contact details are 0772 192709, email@example.com; cvklakesideresort.com.
Verity Ramsden writes: I have been working on a very exciting project with the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda (CCFU) and the EU, and the outputs were launched earlier in May 2019. These includes a beautiful coffee table book - 'Beyond the Reeds and Bricks - Historical Sites and Buildings in Kampala, Jinja and Entebbe', containing … Continue reading New book (plus downloadable app and maps) detailing Historical Sites and Buildings in Kampala, Jinja and Entebbe
Gerhard writes: My wife and I just returned from our trip to Uganda. We travelled for almost 5 weeks, and we exclusively relied on public transport (buses, matatus, boda-bodas). I want to emphasize, that your guidebook is excellent; comprehensive, detailed, and very well structured, bearing a wealth of background information in addition. There is one … Continue reading Feb 2019 Rwenzori hike and trip report