mobile phones

Your guide is incredibly useful so thank you. There’s a comment I want to make about MOBILE PHONES. It’s a good idea to get a Ugandan mobile phone when you arrive. You need to get it registered, with a photocopied ID of something like your main passport page. MTN is the preferred Ugandan supplier. Look … Continue reading mobile phones

General travel advice

From a visitors point of view I believe that my two most important messages are (1) that Uganda is a place where you feel at ease – also when you bring two young girls with you. At no point did I feel threatened in any way – actually I felt much saver in Uganda than … Continue reading General travel advice

Ineke van Kessel’s updates

Bradt Uganda guide: additions/updates from Ineke van Kessel Minibus taxi’s: we found that adherence to the rules for the maximum number of passengers is limited to Kampala-Entebbe-Jinja. Everywhere else where we travelled it was common to squeeze 4-5 bums in a row, sometimes with some passengers floating above the seated ones. Mobile phone: a sim-card … Continue reading Ineke van Kessel’s updates