Can anyone recommend a bus company from Kampala to Kabale which is relatively safe?
the trip is planned for Sunday so the post but is out of the question...
Thank you :)
We have two weeks in Uganda over the Christmas period. Feeling pumped about going there. We are a family of 4.
At this stage I have narrowed down visiting Murchison Falls, Bwindi, Queen Elizabeth, Rwenzori Mountains, Kibale and potentially getting out to the Ssese Islands or kicking back a bit at Lake Benyonyi. Very ambitious I know hence will need to narrow it down further. I am guessing that optimum would be three nights in each place which means we would on be able to visit 4 or 5 places…
Can anyone tell me the name of a good safari operator? I'm going to be in Uganda during the first week of November and hope to see some mountain gorilla's, and also some cheetahs, etc. Has anybody had an experience with a reliable, and not too expensive operator?
I am travelling solo from Nigeria and would be out to Explore East Africa between 4th October to 4th November would be nice to meet up with other travellers or do some fun activities together.
I am planning to travel to Arua and need to book a hotel. Does anyone know if Golden Courts still exists and maybe has a phone number? Website has been up but is down now. If you have been there: Can you recommend it for a week?
And how about Desert Breeze? But I am open for any other suggestion.
Has anyone successfully seen shoebills (a weird prehistoric-looking stork-like bird) in Uganda? The LP suggests that they can be seen on Lake Albert. I'm headed to Uganda in a few months and would love to see them again (saw a shoebill in Zambia a month ago). Any tips would be appreciated!
We are planning a trip to Uganda (and potentially Rwanda) with our children both of whom are 9. Am I correct in saying they cannot do the gorilla trek as they are too young/small?