Adventure greetings from Uganda – The pearl Of Africa!
We are already halfway into the first quarter of 2022 and the latest from Uganda is that all arriving passengers into the country do not need to carry out covid-19 tests anymore.
Entebbe International Airport and all entry points into Uganda have been carrying out mandatory testing for all arriving passengers before they were allowed to proceed with their respective journeys/safaris. On 16th February 2022, Uganda’s Ministry of Health issued a statement indicating that there’s a fall of covid-19 positive cases identified at all entry points.
The Director General of health services, Dr Henry G. Mwebesa, further mentioned that there has been a reduction in global threat of new variants of concern (Voc), and therefore reduced risk of importation of Voc that may increase community transmission
Following Uganda government cabinet decision on 14th February 2022, mandatory testing of all incoming travelers was suspended effective 16th February 2022.
Considering the global challenges occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic and the risk of importing new variants from high-risk countries, the Government of Uganda, still maintains light and smooth procedures that are in line with World Health Organization.
Please follow this link for a summary document containing more info on Uganda’s travel protocols and guidelines.
Important to note is that covid-19 travel related procedures keep changing and sometimes at very short notice. We therefore recommend that you keep checking with our team (email@example.com ) for more Up-to-date information.
We will do our best to share any helpful and relevant information via Adventure Consults updates section.
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The East African safari based company specializes in designing private safaris “Into the Heart of Africa”. Adventure Consults caters for all travelers’ interests ranging from primate (Gorilla and Chimpanzee) tracking, family trips, Honeymoon, Conferences, alumni groups and Special interest groups (Fishing, Birding, Research and Photography trips).
Adventure Consults’ forte is to share knowledge, love and passion for exceptional destinations (Uganda and Rwanda). Our approach to tourism ensures minimal negative social and environmental impacts.
We focus on generating greater economic and social benefits for local people and enhance the well-being of host communities.