Uganda has become a preferred tourist destination in the whole of Africa due to its serenity, political stability, and abundance of natural gifts, with a wide range of wildlife, offering an experience that is worth sharing with the rest of the world.
Imagine having a unique opportunity to explore the whole of Uganda in just a few weeks by your own, travelling over 2000km around the country with great sceneries. Think how much this self drive trip can be flexible for you.
For the start, the road network in Uganda is currently in good condition and upgraded therefore you have not to worry about the condition of the roads. All roads have enough and easy to view sign-posts that will guide you on how to drive on each part of the city and upcountry.
Tips on helping you plan your own self drive trip.
Tip 1: Plan
Take some time with your travel partner in case you are traveling two or more , or even if you are one on this trip, to sit down and plan well for destinations you would like, how many days you will be spending in the area. If you have trouble in planning please do contact Travel Company so that they can help you make an orderly itinerary. This saves you back tracking in the itinerary or double trekking hence making you so tired.
Tip 2: Get all the information about the country
Make sure you get and study all the information about the areas you will be driving through, meaning study about the cities, villages and attractions in most of the areas you will be driving through. This can help you know what to expect on the road. For example if you are driving western Uganda, visiting the equator is part of the whole adventure; therefore you have to know where to find the equator. Though it is still safe to book your self-drive trip with a professional tour company.
Tip 3: Get to know what you need
After inquiring about your soon upcoming road trip, get to know what you need for the trip. Know what to carry and what not to bring along. It is not advisable to move with pet animals along like cats and others in parks. It is safe to carry both warm and thin clothes for both cold and warm season as Uganda is endowed with both climatic changes. Get a GPS, the Global Positioning System, this gadget is very useful on your road trip as it guides you on the distance and the area you are. Make sure you have all your important identification documents like driving license, passport and other valid documents like park entrance permits, tracking permits in case you have any tracking activities.
Tip 4: Hire the right car
Make sure you are hiring the right car for the purpose of your travel. If you are going to be having a business travel around the city then salon cars do serve the need. Knowing the right car to use saves you the trouble and frustration you may incur in case the vehicle is not helping at all. Contact the car hire company for the type of vehicle that can suit the desired purpose of the trip.
Tip 5: payment mode
Now having settled all your requirements for the self drive trip, make your payment with the reservations company and make sure to get all the receipt showing confirmation of your trip. Paying 100% rental gives you a stress free adventure as you don’t have to panic over calls asking for balance payment. Finish your payment before the tour starts. Please do provide your contact details, so that you keep in touch with the rental company in case of any challenge on the road you can be reached easily.
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