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

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2014 trip report

Goran writes: Route travelled: Entebbe-Kampala-Fort Portal-Kasese-Kampala-Mbale-Sipi-Kampala-Murchison Falls NP-Kampala-Kabale-Kisoro-Buhoma-Butotoga-Kanunga-Kabale-Katuna-Kigali(Rwanda) Places visited: Entebbe, Fort Portal, Crater Lake Valley, Kibale NP, Rwenzori NP, Kampala, Sipi Falls, Mount Elgon NP, Murchinson Falls NP, Lake Bunyoni, Lake Chahafi, Mgahinga NP, Lake Mutanda and Bwindi NP   NB: some practical info may be outdated as the report is more than a … Continue reading 2014 trip report

August 2013 trip report

Geoff Wellard writes: Money With few exceptions, prices far higher than current edition, late 2009 accommodation +50%, food > double, transport, whether public or private too. MasterCard still very limited throughout country. Best still to change as much as possible at Forex bureaus in Kampala – can often up rate with a bit of encouragement, … Continue reading August 2013 trip report

January 2013 trip report

Anton Summerer writes: Please forgive my poor english Recommendation: Touroperator Road Trip Uganda Couple from the netherlands rents cars with/without driver Very good, they picked me up from the ariport; I only had to send my flight-dates; no money a priori; it’s a matter of trust! They are also driving to Ruanda and Kenia Prices: 7 … Continue reading January 2013 trip report

René V’s trip report

Me and my girlfriend took a two week holiday trip around Uganda, going clockwise from Entebbe to Kampala, via Masindi+Murchison Falls NP, Gulu, Mbale+Sipi Falls and from Jinja back to Kampala. The trip can be characterized as budget, so we gave up some comfort and travelled with public transport. Important to notice, we travelled in … Continue reading René V’s trip report