Indispensable for Uganda It’s the one to take with to Uganda but falls down heavily in the Sesse islandswhere it’s basically useless. For such an important archipelago the lack of coverageis unforgivable.As always the accommodation options aren’t always the one someone who knows the places he visistswill want to take. My hotel in Kampala is not mentioned, nor in a number of other places I visit.But having said that at times i’ve been stuck and the recommendations (not always…
The best guide book on Uganda Uganda is my second home and I visit about three times a year for work. Although I know Uganda well, I still use this book – it is the best guide book on Uganda. HOWEVER, out of 470 pages, it has only 3 pages on Teso (in north eastern Uganda) and it isn’t even listed in the index, although Kumi and Soroti are in the index!! And yet Teso has so much to offer tourists, especially the more discerning tourists who want to get off the beaten track and get to know Ugandans and their way of life and…
Great guide Its actually pretty difficult to find a Guide for Uganda, and I hated to be parted from my usual Lonely Planet Guides, but this book has been great, I love the History info at the beginning, and although I tend not to use the books when I’m actually in a place, preferring to read up before, I found myself consulting this book throughout my trip. It was great.
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