Uganda has on several occasions been ranked among the top tourism destinations each traveller must visit before he or she dies. The country is naturally endowed with beautiful sceneries, amazing wildlife, hospitable people, birds, lakes, rivers, and interesting history among others. The combination of these makes a complete Uganda safari package which attracts thousands of travellers from all over the world. Over years Uganda tourism board has registered an increased number of travellers coming for gorilla watching, chimpanzee trekking, bird watching, game viewing and other wildlife experiences rewarding them with lasting memories. Just like traveling to any destination, there are risks involved. In this documentary, we are not talking a boy what to see and do in Uganda but rather the things every traveller must avoid on a Uganda safari to ensure his safety and his/her property. The following are things you must avoid in Uganda.

Avoid getting ill on a safari

Before and during your Uganda safari, travellers are reminded to seek medication to prevent any kind of sickness. As we all know that prevention...

Avoid swimming where not sure

Uganda is undeniably endowed with natural lakes and rivers, which flow in different corners of the country. For that reason, swimming is one of...

Avoid drinking tap water in Uganda

Travelers are reminded to avoid drinking any water they come across. Avoid drinking water from the tap, wells, ponds, rivers, and lakes since it’s...

Avoid foods that might make you sick on a safari

For the first time travelers, please avoid foods from street vendors such as Rolex, chapatti, roadside snacks, fast foods and roasted maize among others....

Avoid public transport and use of Boda Bodas

It’s okay to use public means of transport but not for the first time traveller. In most cases, taxi drivers and boda-boda riders take...

Avoid self-driving

Much as some travellers opt for self-driving in Uganda, this act is highly discouraged for the first-time travellers. If you are visiting Uganda for...

Reasons Why You Should Visit Uganda

Uganda the pearl of Africa-was given this name by the early visitors who had come to explore Africa as a continent about 300 years...

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