Is it dangerous to travel to Uganda?
Safety and SecurityUganda is a very safe country, but opportunistic crimes such as petty theft, credit card fraud and home robbery do occur – just like any other country.
Chances of being a victim is rare and incidences would most probably be in cities like Kampala.
Are there any travel warnings for Uganda?
Exercise increased caution in Uganda due to crime and kidnapping. Violent crime, such as armed robbery, home invasion, kidnapping, and sexual assault, is common, especially in larger cities including Kampala and Entebbe. If you decide to travel to Uganda: Do not physically resist any robbery attempt.
Is it safe to travel to Uganda Ebola?
On 17 July 2019, WHO declared the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). This reflects the possible increased national and regional risks of the current epidemic. As a neighbouring country, Uganda is considered at risk.
What can you not wear in Uganda?
Short, tight or revealing clothes should be avoided. And our advice would be to avoid wearing shorts – most Ugandan women would not wear these; they wear skirts or dresses that usually cover the knees. A long skirt or loose-fitting trousers are good in the heat and will protect you from the sun.