Cheap one-way & return flights to Uganda from London
Which month is the best to get cheapest flights to Uganda?
The cheapest month to fly to Uganda in January and you are most likely to find the most affordable flight tickets as well as quality accommodation at low rates. Meanwhile, other expenses are not affected by the low tourist season.
Airlines that operate flights to Uganda from UK?
- British Airways
- Egypt Air
- Kenya Airways
- Ethiopian Airlines
- Qatar Airways via Doha.
- Emirates via Dubai
- Turkish Airlines
Are there any direct flights to Uganda?
Currently, there are no direct flights to Uganda from UK. The popular indirect flights to Uganda are available from Heathrow to Uganda with British Airways via Doha/Nairobi, Emirates via Dubai. KLM via Amsterdam and Turkish Airlines via Istanbul. For availability of other airlines, please get in touch with our travel agents through our 24*7 helpline.
How long is the flight to Uganda?
- London Heathrow to Uganda (Entebbe): 11 hours and 35 minutes
- Manchester to Uganda: 14 hours and 5 minutes
- Birmingham to Uganda: 14 hours and 20 minutes
- Glasgow to Uganda: 14 hours and 0 minutes
Does British Airways fly from Heathrow to Uganda?
Yes, British Airways fly from Heathrow to Uganda through a stopover at Doha. BA/Qatar Airways manages codeshare flights to Uganda at Entebbe International Airport.
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Most popular flight routes to Uganda
- London Heathrow to Uganda (Entebbe - EBB) either flying with Egypt Air, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines or Emirates
- Birmingham to Uganda (Entebbe - EBB) via Dubai
- Manchester to Uganda Either with Emirates or KLM
- Glasgow to Uganda (Entebbe - EBB) with Emirates
Which is the major international airport in Uganda?
Your flight is most likely to land at the Entebbe International Airport, which is the major international airport of Uganda. Entebbe is a picturesque town besides the shores of majestic Lake Victoria. Mostly travellers usually make their way to Kampala, the capital city of Uganda which is situated at about 45 minutes drive from the largest airport in Uganda i.e. Entebbe Airport
What is the best time to visit uganda?
As Uganda is a tropical equatorial country, there are rapid changes in weather as well as the overall climate, varying from the North to its South. Generally, rainy seasons are avoided, which include the pre winter spell in November as well as the summer monsoons before June. The remaining dry seasons are preferred to be good for accommodating travellers in the country.
What are the major tourist highlights in Uganda?
While making a trip to off-the-beaten tracks of the world, you anticipate indulging in most unique things to do. Uganda is gradually becoming popular in the East African countries for its Gorilla Trekking. Tourists make their way to encounter this rare species found in Biwindi National Forest which is probably the foremost reason for travelers to visit Uganda. Contact the famous tour operators and arrange tracking in a mountain gorilla in Uganda which will cost you around 460 GBP. The most recommended place for the tour is about 460km from Kampala, which is the capital city of Uganda. Kisoro boosts Lake Region which reveals very beautiful sceneries and stunning backdrop.
Moreover, epicureans are always looking a comprehensive holiday package that is adventure packed with beautiful sites and views and also have ample of opportunities to treat your taste-buds with the scrumptious variety of food. In Uganda, Kampala has got you covered for your travel plans. The city is famous for restaurants as well as churches, museums and temples. Witness the majestic Blue Nile River and entertain yourself with the rafting opportunities in the Uganda for an absolute fun experience. Spend a day at Ssese Island at Lake Victoria which is a key reservoir of Blue Nile as well.
Getting around in Uganda
For managing commute between nearby towns, there are coaches and minibuses. The federal government Postal service operates an official bus service on long major routes. Local transport in major towns as well as cities relies upon taxi-scooters and motorcycles known as ‘boda bodas’, popular, cheap and high in demand owing to their vast number as well as quick means of commute. They are considered dangerous though. Private tour operators are present for facilitating luxury transport with VIP vans as well as SUVs for off-road travel, as numerous areas in the countryside have routes through dirt roads. For Lake Victoria, there are regular in land services for ferries on a daily basis, connecting the Ssese Islands with piers in Entebbe as well as the town of Masaka. There is a single pilot rail route being maintained for now from Entebbe.
What are the hotel and accommodation options in Uganda?
- Emin Pasha Hotel
- Prestige Hotel Suites
- Kampala Serena Hotel
- Sheraton Kampala Hotel
- Lake Victoria Serena Golf Resort & Spa
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