December 2018 trip report

Fred Hodgson writes: We spend December in Uganda again and had a successful trip. Our route was mainly triangular from Entebbe west to Kanyanchu, then 'down' to QENP and on to  Buhoma, Ruhija and Nkuringo before swinging by Lake Mulehe to Kanaba Gap and back by Lake Mburo. Duration was 4 weeks. was good to see … Continue reading December 2018 trip report

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Various 7th edition corrections

Ronald writes: Ever since 2003 when I started to work in Uganda I have used the Bradt guide for the trips we made in Uganda. I advised the guide to all our friends who came to visit us. I have always been impressed by the accuracy of the guide but I also understand that it cannot … Continue reading Various 7th edition corrections

Sara & Adrian’s updates

We've  just spent several fascinating weeks travelling round Uganda (mainly by public transport) & have enjoyed the experience & using the guide. Below are a few thoughts/comments/recommendations: edition. 1. Re minibus-taxis, I'd say that the law of 3 passengers per row is strictly enforced in Kampala but did not find that to be the case … Continue reading Sara & Adrian’s updates

New UWA fee structure

As of 1 July 2011, the Uganda Wildlife Authority implemented a fee structure that increases entrance fees for National Parks by around 15% and institutes new fees for various unguided activities such as US$100 for birding in Semliki or US$80 for hiking on a trail in Mgahinga.  Please click here for the full 2011-2013 tariff structure … Continue reading New UWA fee structure