Welcome to My Uganda, a one stop guide to everything you want to know about in Uganda. Find information about Uganda, people and culture, travel and stay in Uganda, climate and weather, real time events and a lot more.
If you are planning to travel to Uganda, My Uganda is an ultimate travel guide to Uganda with lots of free and updated information on things to see and do, transport, maps, airports, money exchange, timetables, entertainments, restaurants and more.
Uganda is rich in diversity with different culture, flora and fauna as well as geographic features. From the rare mountain gorillas in Bwindi to the Source of the Nile in Jinja, there is a lot to see in Uganda. Read More
Things to Do
From short city breaks to popular gorilla trekking safaris in Bwindi and Mgahinga, there are lots of things to do while on holiday in Uganda. Here are some suggestions to get you started on your adventure. Read More
Planning to take your holiday in Uganda? Here are informative tips about travel in Uganda including tips on culture, food and wining, security and safety, weather, travel and stay, airlines, visa and passports etc. Read more
Uganda lies in the Nile Basin and the East African plateau between latitudes 4°N and 2°S , and longitudes 29° and 35°E; with terrain averaging about 1,100 metres (3,609 ft) above sea level, and descending very steadily downwards to the Sudanese Plain to the north. Much of the south is characterized by poor drainage with the central region dominated by Lake Kyoga surrounded by extensive marshy areas. The Victoria Nile enters Lake Kyoga and thence into Lake Albert on the Congolese border. It then flows northwards into South Sudan. Read More
People & Culture
Lake Kyoga and the Victoria Nile form a rough boundary between Nilotic and Sudanic language speakers in the north and the Bantu speakers in the south. However, many Ugandans have undergone an assimilation process in many parts of the country thus enabling most people to ably speak more than one language. The most commonly spoken language is luganda. The Baganda who happened to be the most civilized and economically empowered tribe occupy the Central part of Uganda. Thus the name “Uganda” was derived from Buganda – the area inhabited by the Baganda people. Read More
Weather & Climate
Uganda’s climate varies in different areas owing to the diverse altitude. The Southern part of the country receives more rainfall than the rest of the country. This is responsible for the different economic activities in the country. The country has diverse vegetation cover including savannah woodland in central Uganda, tropical rainforest in southwest; and plain grassland and thickets in Northern Uganda.
Uganda is one of the best places in Africa to take an African Safari. It was even voted by the Lonely Planet as the best country to visit in 2012. Many historical, nobles and celebrities have undertaken different Uganda tours, among these is Sir Winston Churchill who visited in 1902 and named Uganda, the Pearl of Africa. For those planning for a safari in Uganda, we have compiled information to help you figure out your journey through Uganda so as to have a wonderful experience when you visit Uganda. Get to know about the different choices of safaris you have and start planning your dream holiday using informative tips from expert panelists and tour guides. Read More
Uganda Travel Directory
Looking for a particular travel service provider in Uganda. Our directory has a comprehensive listing of different service providers in Uganda including Accommodation and Hotels listings including Apartments, Hostels and Campsites, Motels, Safari Lodges, places, where to dine and wine such as Coffee Shops, Pizzeria and Fast Food, Restaurants, Traditional Foods, Safaris, Tour and Travel Operators, Forex Bureaus, Health Services, Internet Cafes etc. See full listings in our travel directory.