The East African Tourist Visa is meant to allow visitors to traverse the boarders of these countries without having to apply for a visa at the respective boarder points.
Do you intend to travel to Uganda any time soon of for that matter any other East African country? If you do, according to the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration control, any person intending to enter into Uganda should do so only for lawful purposes and in accordance with national immigration laws, guidelines and formalities.
Foreign nationals intending to enter Uganda for purposes of employment should comply with requirements for expatriate employment in Uganda.
All visa prone nationalities must obtain Uganda visas to facilitate their entry into the country.
Uganda visas may be obtained at Uganda missions abroad or on arrival at the ports of entry in the country.
Category of visa
Single entry US$ 50 per individual
Multiple entry visa 6-12 months US$ 100
Multiple entry visa 24 months US$ 150
Multiple entry visa 36 months US$ 200
Entry Visa for students who are not nationals of East African Cooperation US$ 100
East African Tourist Visa (Three months Multiple Entry for Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda) US$ 100
Residents of Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda travelling to any of the three countries can now enter the alternative Partner State without paying for visa.
Note: visas do not permit gainful or voluntary employment in Uganda
Entry into or exit from Uganda should be made only through gazetted ports of entry/exit
List of visa exempt nationalities i.e. nationals of countries that do not pay for Uganda visas
Solomon Islands, The Grenadines