Car Rental & Travel Advise

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This car rental and travel advice for your Uganda safari guide you on what to do as you prepare or plan for your safari trip to Uganda. it gives all-round travel guidance from health to road safety.

Visas and Vaccines, Of course, you’ll need a passport to travel to Uganda, you will need a visa too; the visa can be obtained from here at the airport or obtained in your home country. Apply for a visa at least two months before your departure date. For a self-drive in Uganda, an international driving license is also needed for you to access the roads. A certificate of yellow fever vaccination is required when issuing you the visa.

car rental and travel advice
  • Medications for Travel

Find a doctor who specializes in travel health care and tell him or her about your Uganda travel plans, you’ll need to get certain immunization before heading to, Uganda like yellow fever which is compulsory. Malaria is common here, but there is no vaccine for the disease. You can protect yourself from malaria by taking an anti-malaria treatment or avoiding mosquitoes or use a mosquito-repellent spray and mosquito nets. Other vaccinations you may need include hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and typhoid.

  • Accommodation and roads

Our well prearranged self-drive trips give you the freedom of a road trip without the frustrating uncertainties, like getting lost or spending precious time trying to finding a place to sleep each night. There are many lodges almost everywhere around the country even in the designated game parks that offer a wide range of prices. From budget, mid-range and high-end accommodations. Whichever your choice will be. Our well-selected lodges under the prearranged tour packages give you the true essence of adventure.

  • Staying Safe

You may imagine that hungry crocodiles or parks of tree climbing lions in National parks. It is much safer to follow the guidelines of the park rangers on when and what to do while there. To be on a safe side. Most danger zones are marked with signs. You just don’t have to go to the danger zones.

  • Staying Healthy

Safaris can be physically strenuous and mentally taxing. No risk for dehydration while on safari because it’s not too hot , your body may not be accustomed to the hot sun and dry air of the bush and you may not even realize that you’re becoming dehydrated. Drink lots of water and make sure it is bottled and not tap water.

  • Insurance

Since you will be in a remote location and will probably be spending a significant amount of money on a safari; travel insurance is virtually a necessity on a Ugandan safari. Though, not compulsory. Be sure to look for emergency medical coverage and financial protection when booking your policy. Please refer to the terms and conditions section on about insurance