When you travel from Uganda to Kenya and/or Tanzania, upon your return to Uganda within 90 days, your visa for Uganda is still valid.
However, Please Note!: if you travel from Uganda to Rwanda, upon your return to Uganda, you have to buy a new visa for Uganda.Health
The US Dollar and the Pound Sterling are the strongest currencies used in Uganda and are the easiest to exchange. US Dollar notes dated prior 2001 are turned away and therefore we advise you to bring US Dollar notes issued not earlier than 2001. Also, notes smaller than $50 attract a far lower exchange rate. We suggest you bring cash and/ or credit cards with you as traveler check exchange rates are not as competitive.Weather
Traveling with children doesn't have to be anything to worry about. Most kids will love the chance to explore different countries with you, and meet children from around the world. They can be incredibly adaptable; you just need to make sure that you're ready to deal with a few situations and you'll be all right! You must be prepared, and once you are, you will have a stress free holiday1. Book a bargain
Also, picky eaters might benefit from a rehearsal of some of the food you could be eating! Make it fun, research a few basics that your child might like and then cook them together. If anyone in the family suffers from allergies, make sure that you find out how to explain that in the local language and have all the necessary medication that you may need3. Getting there
Same when you land. Sit tight and leave once the plane is almost empty. Don't check your baby buggy in; it's brilliant for loading up so you can have your hands free. Whenever traveling by train, put the kids on first, then the luggage, and then check you've got everything (and everyone!) before you get on board. A good tip is to set rules on how far older ones can wander off to explore and when they should come back. For instance, ask that whenever a station stop is announced, they have to come straight back. Always make sure they have a piece of paper with your phone number and destination.4. Settling in