A cooperative of local guides with set prices for waterfall hikes, coffee-plantation visits and cultural tours. If you get in touch they will meet you at the trailhead or your hotel.
The Uganda Wildlife Authority administers all of Uganda’s protected areas including its national parks. It’s the place to make bookings to see the gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, and should be the fir…
This helpful and busy visitor information centre has good displays on the park (don't miss the extraordinary attempts at taxidermy), as well as maps and books for sale. Come here for information on activities (inclu…
Kampala's largest private hospital and one of the best in the country. There is an emergency department for urgent treatment as well as a 100-bed hospital that is the pioneer of Western-standard health care in Ugand…
Provides information about Kidepo National Park. If you are travelling without a car, you could inquire about driving out with a ranger on a shift-change, though your timing would have to be perfect.
More of a marketing office, this tourist office lacks any really useful info, but has a good website. If you must go, it's in the rear high rise behind the main building.
Near the equator monument, this stopover point has tourist info, a cafe with wireless and views over Lake George. It also sell maps and souvenirs.
Small information centre that sells tickets to Bulgange Royal Building as well as bark-cloth clothing and books on Buganda culture.
The Immigration Office can arrange visa extensions and makes for a less hectic alternative to Kampala.
A highly respected clinic run by Dr Dick Stockley, an expat British GP. Stocks self-test malaria kits.