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Accommodation & Hotels in Uganda

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Uganda has a large number of hotels. If you stay on the upper end, expect to spend over $100 a night. Typical traveler Simple rooms with shared toilets will be available for approximately 15,000 to 30,000 shillings in guest homes, lodges, and inns.

for the really frugal traveler There are a variety of Backpackers hostels to select from and base yourself at in Kampala, Entebbe, Jinja, Masaka, Fort Portal, and Kabale, including Kampala Backpackers, Entebbe Backpackers, Masaka Backpackers, Yes hostel Fort Portal, Jinja Backpackers, and Kabale Backpackers. Some are better than others, and some may fit various tastes, so it’s important to read Trip Advisor evaluations to see what’s best for you. Depending on whether you camp or stay in a dorm, a night in one of them will cost you between UGX9,000 and 18,000 Ugandan shillings. Private rooms or safari tents are available, and some include self-catering cottages that are ideal for extended stays or groups. Truck excursions, which are popular with the less autonomous tourist, often utilize them.

There are also Bed & Breakfast businesses that will provide you with a homey sense away from home at the most affordable prices.

National Parks

UWA’s lodgings in the national parks are often modest, although they are cheap when compared to other options. They differ in terms of facilities and pricing, with the lowest being as little as USD5.00 per person each night.

There are few medium priced alternatives, and the top end options, although costly, are inferior to those found in Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, and other mature tourism destinations in Africa. Unfortunately, there are few options. There are a few noteworthy outliers, but it’s preferable to go high-end or stay in the UWA budget lodgings and spend the extra money on a better car!

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