Uganda travel tips stand momentous to the world wholly as it is the “the pearl of Africa.’’
Natural wonders and beauty left Sir Henry Morton Stanley naming it the pearl of this Nobel continent, popularized by Sir Winston church hill in his book My African Journey.
Requirements to Travel to Uganda
Yellow fever immunization card, Visa fees for USD $50 single entry per individual, multiple entry visa 6-12 months USD $100, multiple entry visa 24 months USD$ 150, multiple entry visa 36 months USD$200, students USD$ 100 for non-East African nationals, East African tourist visa 3 months multiple entry for Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda USD$100.
Residents of the alternative partner states Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda can travel within their localities at a free visa pay.
There are quite a number of countries that are exempted from paying visa fees in Uganda.
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Top ten Cities to visit in Uganda
Kampala, Entebbe, Jinja, Fortportal, Kabale, Mbarara, Mbale, Gulu, Kisoro and kaseese
They are friendlier, have numerous medical centers, entertainment centers, churches and transport are accessible where motorists and taxies are at door close.
The big cities in Uganda have hotels and accommodation facilities. Tourism sites like the Murchison falls national park, Queen Elizabeth national park, Bwindi impenetrable forest, Mgahinga gorilla forest, Kidepo National Park, Mountain Elgon, Itanda falls, Ssese islands among other sites of interest are endowed with all kinds of flora and fauna.
A variety of African cuisine is available in these Ugandan Cities. Foods like AKaro (millet bread), Katogo (plantains fried with offals, Luwombo (fish,chicken,meat cooked in banana leaves) and the Ugandan Rolex. The Rolex is a street found made out of chapati and eggs. It is actually a chapati roll with vegetables like tomatoes, onions and cabbages added.
Uganda was blessed by nature no wonder Sir Winston ChurchHill called her the pearl of Africa, a true destination to tour.
By Sekajugo Husaifa