2016 trip report

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


Uganda trip report, June 2012

General: - Maestro/MasterCard can be used with any Stanbic ATM, the limit per withdrawal was 250kS (250’000 Shilling), even if sometimes higher limits were stated on the screen; in my experience only one withdrawal per day per ATM, just try the next one for another withdrawal (mostly they have several) - Attention: Travelers Cheques are … Continue reading Uganda trip report, June 2012

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

Ankole Riverline Hotel, Mbarara

Ankole Riverline Hotel is located adjacent to Mbarara bridge on Kabale Road Plot 89/91 It is 10 mins drive from Mbarara town. It shares borders with River Rwizi. Recently modified and decorated with the best designed 3 star facilities intercom, hot water with Sports channel on GTV and action on DSTV from rooms. Executive suites … Continue reading Ankole Riverline Hotel, Mbarara