Airline in Uganda


Destinations include Fort Portal, Jinja, Kasese, Kisoro, Murchison National Park, Mweya (Queen Elizabeth National Park), Kidepo National Park and Semliki. Flights require a four- to seven-passenger minimum, dependin…
Bus in Kampala

Pineapple Express

A convenient, safe and inexpensive option for getting between any combo of Entebbe–Kampala–Jinja is the Pineapple Express bus shuttle. From Kampala it departs Oasis Mall at 1.30am, 10am and 4.15pm for Entebbe (US$12…
Bus in Kampala

Post Bus

Post buses connect most towns in Ugdanda, and they stop by post offices in each town in most cases. The buses are the safest and some of the more comfortable, and they have some of the better drivers in the country …
Car Hire in Jinja


Well-known company based in Jinja but delivers country-wide. Hires a variety of Land Rovers with driver from around USh200,000. Prices all-inclusive (minus fuel), with no limits on mileage.
Ferry in Entebbe

Nakiwogo Dock

This is the departure point for the Ssese Islands. The MV Armani connects Entebbe's Nakiwogo dock to Kalangala Bay on Buggala Island, with daily service in both directions.
Motorcycle Hire in Kampala

Safe Boda

These trained, professional motorcycle taxis bring helmets for passengers. It's the safest way to take on motorcycle travel in the city. Rides are ordered and paid for via the app.
Airline in Uganda

Fly Uganda

Serves destinations throughout Uganda, including Kisoro, Kihihi, Mweya, Kasese, Fort Portal, Gulu, Kidepo NP and Moroto. Kajjansi Airfield is 20km from Kampala, towards Entebbe.
Car Hire in Kampala

Ashiraf Mwanje

Ashiraf is a responsible driver with his own 4WD, available for safari trips or visits around Uganda. His ability to speak a handful of tribal languages can come in handy.
Bus in Kampala

Jaguar Executive Coaches

Reliable company with daily services to Kigali (USh40,000) at 1am, 3am, 9am, 6pm and 8pm. Also has a ‘VIP’ option with more comfortable seats. Has sporadic hours.
Bus in Kampala

Friends Safari

Recommended bus departs at 2pm for Bukoba (USh35,000, seven hours) and Mwanza (USh65,000, 12 hours) at 5am.