The director of Enfuzi Community Campsite writes: The correct numbers for Enfuzi Community Campsite are now 0782 779910 and 0777 045776. The other number included in the 8th edition (0782972756) belongs to a former manager who has told several people our camp is closed and then diverted them to another nearby place.
Wei Jan Wang writes: I would like to inform you of a new tour called Uganda Crater Lakes Tours, at Fort Portal. I visited Uganda in December 2015, where I met Noah, who lives in the Fort Portal area in Uganda. Noah studied tourism and has been working as a tour guide for a number … Continue reading Uganda Crater Lakes Tours, Fort Portal
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Murchinson Falls NP, Lake Bunyoni, Lake Chahafi, Mgahinga NP, Lake Mutanda and Bwindi NP NB: some practical info may be outdated as the report is more than a … Continue reading 2014 trip report
Stephen Akugizibwe writes: We are 10 members from the crater lakes zones in Fort Portal trying to campaign for environmental conservation vis ecotourism. We have established an organization called Go Swamp Walk & Vanilla Tours, a community project located at Rwaihamba Trading Centre. This lies 22km from Fort Portal, taking the Kamwenge Road to Kasiisi Junction then forking right … Continue reading Go Swamp Walk & Vanilla Tours Community Project
Peter Rujabuka, the owner of Rweteera Safari Park, has written with the following info: Rweteera Safari Park campsite is located just at entrance of Kibale National Park at Lake Nyabikere crater. It's a budget tented campsite with 6 standard size tents comfortably furnished with bathrooms, all day running hot shower, double bed, flushing toilets, mosquito nets … Continue reading Rweteera Safari Park, a new campsite at Lake Nyabikere
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
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