Uganda, the 'Pearl of Africa' has a lot to offer its visitors.
Gorilla trekking is the main anchor for drawing in tourists to Uganda, but the country offers so much more, from their adventure capital of Jinja, exploring National Parks and the organised chaos of Kampana; the country’s capital, there is something for everyone.
Uganda is an all year-round destination in terms of weather, however April – May and October – November is their wet season, leaving mountain trekking difficult.
Yellow fever vaccination is usually required, and it's best to go to your GP to get a full list of shots as they can vary from time to time. Roll-ons and sprays to ward of mosquitos and malaria tablets are also a good idea.
it is required for you to have a visa to travel to Uganda. You can get one online with iVisa.
Yes. If you've pre-booked a tour, our trusted partners go to great lengths to ensure the safety of tourists, and the wildlife tourism has been booming in Uganda for years thanks to it's great track record with tourist safety.
Rob was a fantastic guide. The trip was very enjoyable and Robs knowledge and expertise were great. Would defo recommend
Excellent service from start to finish. I booked the National 3 Peasks challenge in 24 hours. i had regular communication from Rob and the team prioe to the event checking in on my progress, which really spurred me on as well as a helpful fitness plan i has to folow. For the challenge itself Rob and Tim really helped put the group at ease, and was very encouraging. Such a credit to business. i would not hesitate at all in recommending bookitlist to friends and family and will define use again in the future. Thank you for pushing me to finish the challenge!
Just come back from completing the 24 hour natinal 3 Peaks Challenge with Bookitlist. 25-27th June 2021. From start to finish the group I was in was well looked after. From pick up to drop off the team were well organised & made the experience/challenge as enoyable & relaxing as possible. an unforgettable experience & will definitely be looking out for what other trips they have to offer.
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