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Is Uganda free from Covid19?
Like the rest of the world, Uganda is not yet free from the coronavirus, however the cases of Covid19 have gone down and the rate of transmission has gone down. This is the same for most countries across the globe.
Do you need to be vaccinated against covid19 to enter Uganda?
No, you don’t to be vaccinated against Covid19 to enter Uganda, though it helps if you are vaccinated for your own sake – but the choice is totally yours.
What vaccinations do you need to enter Uganda?
Currently the only mandatory vaccination one needs to enter Uganda in the yellow fever vaccination.
Do you need negative Covid19 PCR test results at the point of entry in Uganda?
It depends. If you are vaccinated, you don’t need to present the negative covid19 PCR test results. However if you are not vaccinated, you will need to present the negative covid19 PCR test results at the point of entry.
Is Uganda still observing the Covid19 standard operating procedures?
Since the number of covid19 cases in the country and the rate of transmission is reducing, the standard operating procedures for covid19 have now be relaxed. So they are not as mandatory as they used to be during the pandemic but in some places you will see people observe them for their own conscious. Also there are a few public places that still observe these SOPs.
Is Uganda a good safari destination?
Absolutely, Uganda is one of the top safari destinations on East Africa and Africa as a whole. The pearl of Africa is home to diverse natural beauty and wildlife. Safari options you in Uganda are limitless, from primate safaris, savannah wildlife safaris, nature safaris, cultural safaris, recreational safaris and many more.
Some of the things to expect on your safari in Uganda including mountain gorilla trekking, chimpanzee trekking, big five safaris, source of the Nile exploration, MT, Rwenzori conquering and many more things.
Best time to visit Uganda?
Anytime is a good time to visit Uganda, this land is always ozzing with beauty all year round. So when you desire to visit the country, you can hope in and you will be beautifully surprised. But to be more specific most people find the dry seasons are the best months to have a safari in Uganda. The dry seasons are during the months of June, July, August and September – that’s the long dry season and the months of January, February and March that the short dry season. So you can plan to visit them, though you don’t need to restrict yourself to those months any time is good.
Does Uganda have the Big Five animals?
Yes Uganda has the big five animals. Uganda is home to over 500 animal species and among them are the big five which are the lions, leopards, elephants and buffaloes found in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls National Park and Kidepo National Park among other parks. The Rhinos are found in Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary. And something exciting you should know, Uganda also has tree climbing lions in the Ishaha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Can use an East African Visa to enter Uganda?
Yes, absolutely, Uganda is a member of the East African community so an East African Visa is acceptable for entry into the country.
Do mountain gorillas and Chimpanzees live in the same park in Uganda?
No, they don’t. Mountain gorillas in Uganda are found in Bwindi National Park and Mgahinga National Park well as the chimpanzees are found in Kibale National park and a few other places.