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We have the following packages for the period of April to June.

  • Long Stay Visitor experience with UWEC at $1955 per week with commodation in the cottages,meals and Video camera.

  • Chimpanzees Forest walks/ Close up at UWEC for $250 per person.

  • 3 days return trip to Murchison Falls at $1705 per person. Minimum of 2 pax.


    Travellingto Uganda

    Uganda is a country of exceptional scenic beauty. She is land locked, and lies between the two east African great rift valleys. It is crossed by the equator.

    Uganda is an East African country that lies astride the equator. It is bordered by Sudan to the north, DR Congo to the west, Kenya to the east and Tanzania and Rwanda to the south.

    Size: 242,000 sq kms (approximately the size of the UK) and 20% of its surface is covered by water, part of the Great Lakes.

    Population: 28 million

    Ugandans are remarkably hospitable people. The 52 nationalities (tribes) fall in the broad ethnic classifications of Bantu, Nilotics, Nilo-Hermites and Hermites. Each nationality has elaborate customs and traditions many of which are displayed in colourful dances and dressing.

    Language: English is the official language.

    Main towns: Kampala (capital city), Entebbe, Jinja, Mbarara, Mbale, Soroti,Gulu, Arua Hoima, Kabale,and Fort Portal.Major towns at the Boarder: Busia, Malaba (eastern), Katuna, Merama hills (West)

    Government: Republic, with direct presidential elections. The country moved to a multi-party system in February 2006.

    Independence date: October 9, 1962 (from Britain)

    Our neighbors are Kenya to the East, Tanzania in the South, Rwanda in Southwest, Democratic Republic of Congo in the West and the Sudan to the North. The country boasts of snow caped mountains, rolling plains, thick tropical forests, semi desert areas as well as places with thinly sparse vegetation. Due to regular rainfall the country tends to be green throughout the year and we enjoy a fairly temperate climate with little variation.
         Uganda’s area is 241,139 sq km with a population of approximately 24.6 million (census 2000). Our currency is the Shilling.

    Acommodation >>Click for Reservation
    Kampala offers very good accomodation to comfortable and fits every budget.
         Elsewhere across the country and in the National parks, hotels and Inns are generally available, but quality of service and rooms vary greatly. Network Safaris & Travel Services care in booking the best accommodation available for your Safaris. All of our prepared itineraries start from Kampala. If require pre or post safari accomodation bookings in Kampala or Airport transfers to/from Entebbe, please let us know in advance so as to make the necessary arrangements for you. Priority though goes to our own Apartments first. >>Click for Reservation

    Communication  Up 
    In terms of telecommunication, the country is well served with a wide and reliable Fixed lines and mobile phone network run by Four companies, namely MTN, Celtel/Zain, Warid Telecom, Orange Telcom, and UTL-Mango. Internet facilities are widely available in Entebbe. Upcountry towns have limited Internet points, though. Nearly all hotels in the country have Internet points.

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    We arrange transfers to and from the airport for any size group. It is approximately 45 minutes to drive from Entebbe International Airport to Kampala in comfortable saloon.
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    Uganda is linked to the rest of the world by Several airlines services regularly including East African Airline, Air Tanzania, South African airways, British Airways, Egypt Air, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, SN Brussels, Emirates, Gulf air. There are several reputable domestic charter companies to choose from. These connect you to remote areas & Eastern parts of DRC.

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    Several international banks operate in Uganda including Barclays, Standard Chartered, Stanbic, and Bank of commerce and Citi Bank. Many local banks and forex bureaus also operate across the country. Generally the banking hours are 8.30 a.m to 3.00 pm, Monday to Friday. Some are open long hours and on Saturdays. There are no legal restrictions for foreign exchange transactions and Forex is easily convertible. United States dollar (notes from 1997), the Euro & pound are accepted. Lager bills normally attract good rates.

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    Uganda enjoys ideal weather condition, ranging from the warmth of the lowland areas and lakeshores to the coolness of the highlands. Temperatures range between 21C and 25C. The rains are mainly between March and May, and October and November.
         Light summer clothing supplemented by a sweater or a jacket should be sufficiently all year round. Usually dressing is informal. Cotton slacks and flat-heeled walking shoes are recommended on safari. Don’t forget to bring a hat, sunscreen for protection and a swim suite. Umbrellas and windbreakers are recommended in the wet seasons Request further details at the time of booking.

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    Uganda is predominantly a cash society, however, some apartments, hotels and a few choice establishments in Kampala and some up country lodges.

    Currency  Up 
    The Uganda shilling is the currency used. It is issued in denominations of 1000, 5000, 10,000, 20,000 and 50,000 Uganda shillings notes. Coins are available for smaller denominations of 50, 100, 200,and 500 Uganda shillings. The rates vary from time to time but are posted at all banks and forex bureaus.

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    We recommend that you do not drink tap water, as it’s not safe unless boiled. Most hotels and restaurants provide previously boiled drinking water; alternatively you can buy from several brands of mineral water.

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    Fresh tropical fruits and vegetables are found throughout the country. A wide range of dishes both traditional and international, are served in hotels and restaurants. If you have any dietry restrictions, please advise in advance. And if you enjoy yellow mustard or black pepper, bring it with you.

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    Certificates may be required for vaccinations against yellow fever. Check current medical advice on typhoid, cholera and hepatitis. The risk for contracting malaria is high if the anopheles mosquito bites you, however it is treatable. It’s advisable to start anti-malaria medication 10-14 days prior to your travel date and continue with the same for 14 days after departing East Africa.

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    The official language is English. Kiswahili and Luganda are commonly spoken throughout the country. 40 other languages are spoken in Uganda.

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    Airlines will offer you 20-40kgs, and one piece of hand luggage on most flights. If you arrange the storage of winter clothes that you will not need while on safari in Uganda.

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    Photograph taking is generally allowed except in some places considered to be sensitive security wise. Your guide will tell you what is acceptable or not. Though photo films are generally available, it may be advisable to come with some extra films and batteries. A pair of binoculars will prove completely useful for the keen game viewer or bird watcher. Clients are responsible for any such fee. High-speed films are recommended for gorilla photo and high altitude filters are best for climbers. Check with your photo shop.

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    Like in many countries, petty thuggery is occasionaly reported in urban centres, especially in Kampala. One should therefore not conspicuously display their valuables such as expensive jewellery, electronics, money, etc as pick-pockets could easily snatch them and disappear in the crowd. In Kampala, do not go to certain downtown streets at night, as they are generally not safe. Mention to your hotel concierge where you would like to go and he/she will advise you if it is safe. In case of any trouble, call the police immediately. The Police emergency number is 999 for landline and police immediately. The Police emergency number is 999 for landlines and 112 for mobile phones. We recommend that you do not walk alone late in the night, but instead take a taxi. We can arrange the safe keeping of your passport and ticket in our office upon request.

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    There are a variety of sports available in the Kampala, Entebbe and Jinja. Fishing on lake Victoria or Nile River is popular. White water rafting and flat water canoeing has been introduced on the River Nile. A trip on the Nile is considered the best one-day trip in the World. Mountain climbing and hiking are popular in the Rwenzori Mountain and on Mount Elgon, avid climbers will want to check out the Virunga Volcanoes and Mount Moroto. For special interest itineraries, please request.

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    Travel within Uganda is either by public commuter mini-buses, ‘special hire’ taxi (cabs) or self-drive cabs. In and around the towns, the most convenient means of travel is by boda-boda cycles (motorcycle taxis). These easily get around Kampala’s notorious traffic snarls-ups. They are however quite dangerous as two in every three accidents in the city involve a boda-boda cyle. Driving is on the left – as in most former British colonies. There are regular internal flights to distant areas like West Nile (North western Uganda) by airlines such as Eagle Air and United Airlines. Chartered flights are also available to some major national parks.

    The roads are generally in good condition. Four-wheel Drive vehicles may be required for up-country use, especially in the national parks during the rainy seasons. We maintain a fleet of saloon cars; mini-buses and four wheel drive vehicles, available on chauffeur driven basis. Self-drive vehicles other than saloon cars are hard to come by. Please inquire for further details and tariffs. 

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    Visas are generally available at all the entry points including Entebbe Airport. The cost is $30 USD a single entry preferably that you pay in cash dollars, as it’s cheaper than in Euros. You are welcome to check at the time of booking to avoid confusion.