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Mother Uganda

With Uganda’s affluence of  attractions, a single visit is not enough to ascertain the disclosures that we have to offer in the mountains and The mountains and heavens of Expectancy in the game parks. Uganda has always been the most thrilling of all the African safari destinations. Take time off to a Uganda Safari, discover a lifetime of memories, be welcomed by our smiles.

Ssese Islands

 

These Islands once a well off the beaten track location and frequented by only the hardiest of backpackers The introduction of the new government vehicle ferry from Bukakata to Luku now operates a regular schedule at 09.00, 12.00 and 16.00 hrs Mon to Sat and 09.00 and 16.00 Sundays. MTN Uganda has added Bugala Island to their cellular network.

 

 

 

Getting there and back:

Option 1:
On the 18th February 2006 the Uganda Government commenced operations of the MV Kalangala a large vessel constructed at Port Bell. The ship has a carrying capacity of 108 passengers, 8 cars / 4x4's and 100 ton cargo. The ferry operates between the Entebbe / Nakiwogo landing site and the Kalangala / Lutoboka landing site.

The vessel departs Kalangala daily at 08.00 arriving at the Entebbe / Nakiwogo landing site at around 11.30. The ship starts it's return journey at 14.00 arriving at the Kalangala / Lutoboka pier at 17.30.

Nakiwogo is just 2 km out of town Entebbe town, not far from the Entebbe International Airport. If travelling by minibus taxi from Kampala request the driver drop you at the ferry landing site.

Transportation costs for a single journey per passenger:
Ushs10.000- per person second class or Ushs14.000- p/p first class

Vehicle transport is determined by the vehicle length. Rates are between Ushs50.000- and Ushs60.000- one way.

Drinks and snacks are sold on board the vessel and obviously from hawkers at each of the landing sites.

 


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