Tourism Advisories: Current Uganda Travel Advisories
The latest Uganda Travel Advisories – Including COVID-19 Status for Tourists and Visitors
The Current Uganda Travel Advisories for Tourists – Safari Goers and Visitors: Here, you find what you need to know right now about visiting Uganda. Here are safety, security, health No-Spin updates for tourists. Updates are not written in Washington DC, London, Melbourne, or Berlin, but directly from Uganda.
We address the concerns you might have about traveling to Uganda. We cut across excited news reports, anecdotal blogs, and Travel Forum Posts to give you what is happening presently in Uganda and how it affects Tourists.
This page will be updated as the situation in Uganda changes regarding the Latest Uganda Tourism Travel Advisories.
Often what you might read in Europe, North America, or other parts of the world about Uganda will differ from what you find upon arrival to Uganda.
The Pearl of Africa is one of the Friendliest and most Welcoming countries on the African Continent.
Latest Travel, Security-Health Advice for Tourists. We know Uganda. We live and work here. Tourism and Safaris are our Business. Your security and well-being are foremost in our minds. We plan our Hakuna Matata-No Worry, Safaris are taking in the current situation in Uganda.
Current Pandemic Conditions in Uganda -April – 27 – 2022
Uganda has not experienced the pandemic like countries in Europe, North America, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. Uganda has reopened for business and tourism. Uganda today is the safest pandemic safari destination in East Africa and beyond.
On April 13, 2022, there were only two people in hospital with COVID. The death rate is near zero, and new infections are at a minimum. Like many other Ugandans, those in tourism have been vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine, while other nearby countries use the less Chinese vaccine and have not had Uganda’s success.
Uganda has received accolades from the World Health Organization and articles on travel sites that spoke of Uganda’s success in fighting COVID. We would say that Uganda realizes that we need to learn to adapt and live with the pandemic.
The good news is that Uganda, the Pearl of Africa, is a safer Safari Destination for you.
No more arrival or Departure COVID PCR Tests for Travelers arriving or departing Entebbe International Airport:
This will be welcomed by visitors, tourists and safari-goers. Hopefully, other COVID regulations for tourists will be dropped or revised.
You no longer have to wear protective masks on treks, hikes, or nature walks. The only exception is the actual time when you are in the presence of primates.
Since Gorillas and Chim are closest relatives in the wild. Meaning, that they can transmit diseases to us as we can to them. Fortunately, no gorillas nor chimpanzees in Uganda have contracted COVID-19.
The Covid 19 Protocols for Tourists need to be regularly reviewed and adjusted by the Ministry of Health, along with the Uganda Tourism Board, and the private Tourism sector
The focus is to provide a full safari experience during the pandemic that we have to learn to live with.
March 10, 2021-Uganda Airlines announces Direct Flights to and from London.
Uganda Airlines will begin direct flights to Heathrow International Airport sometime in May 2020. Tourists from the UK will find this most convenient. There have been no direct flights to London since British Airlines curtailed some of its African routes in 2019.
Uganda will use one of its new Airbus A330-Neons that recently joined its fleet. The plane used for the flight is a modern, comfortable, and reliable long-haul Airbus that will provide all the latest comforts to passengers.