Trying to find a cheap flight to Uganda? I guess much of this is very much down to how much we can afford to spend. Cheap is relative these days and at every opportunity we get to knock off a few $s or shs, the better.
This page will give you a few tips and ideas but a lot will depend on how flexible you are with your schedule; when you want to travel, how long you plan to stay in Uganda and probably what you will be doing in Uganda.
My assumption is that all is well with your Ugandan visa – I don’t want you to start booking flights that are outside your granted period of stay.
Uganda was chosen as the number one travel destination in 2012 by lonely planet and probably as a result, the increased numbers of visitors have also come along too. Along with the country’s beauty that had been tucked away from the world for so long, it’s no surprise why many are now trying to find a cheapflight to Uganda.
Wherever you come from, your destination will be Entebbe International Airport (Ebb) – Uganda’s gateway to the rest of the world, which is fast becoming a popular destination in Africa.
And when you get yourself on one of the cheapflights you can find, bless yourself because you are one lucky traveller that is in for a wonderful memorable vacation. You will love your stay because this country is full of surprises.
Kampala, the capital is blossoming. Hosting the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in 2007 meant that the secrets of this beautiful city came out. More and more are visiting the city.
Hundreds of thousands of people arrive on flights to Uganda from all over the world, many interested in; the unrivalled tourist attractions this country has to offer, Ugandan business and just to get away from the cold to the land of sunshine for holiday.
But what this also means is that finding a cheapflight to Uganda is increasingly becoming harder – reason? Simply… the growing numbers. The good news is; it’s still very possible to find one.
I would have loved to get all of you on my chattered flight to Uganda – unfortunately it’s not booked yet but here are a few suggestions and tips to help you in your search for a cheapflight to Uganda;
For starters, conclusively decide and know when you are travelling (dates) – at least have an idea so that you are not on a wild goose chase! Start shopping around early enough to leave room for any adjustments. Avoid last minute run abouts.
Then jump onto the internet, do some surfing on the web – hullo! You will be amazed at how much you can find. Several online websites will give you what the current prices are, which should give you an idea of what could be cheap even before you engage a travel agent.
You will find some online travel/flight centres that run auctions for cheapflights to Uganda – Yes! on the internet. Place your bid and if you win, you just got yourself a bargain. It is absolutely worth the try especially in such times when we are running on tight budgets.
Then, if you find a flight going for what you think is cheap, book in advance. And better still, if you can find one that is an all inclusive package (including hotel and transfers) then you are in business.
You might also want to arrange a car rental in advance – my advise would be, wait until you get to your hotel or at Entebbe Airport. You will very likely get a better deal and with other choices to pick from, you can’t go wrong.
Another interesting tip is; if you can’t seem to find a cheapflight to Uganda on the online sites (all you get is that all is fully booked) and your travel agent appears to have stalled on this as well, try one last thing before you give up – ring the airlines directly or pop into one of their local offices!
I one time had to travel with my daughter and it all seemed to be full every where – even after I made a few phone calls, until I desperately drove down to the offices of the Emirates. They found two seats for us and at decent prices.
And just to emphasise, your flexibility will matter – don’t stick to one date. Go through all the other possible dates – may be you can save a few $s by flying a week later. The one this you must always remember is that there are all sorts of special deals going on every day – take advantage.
Carefully look at the arrival and departure ports. Try out different combinations – sometimes you could get something cheap by flying into a destination that is further than you originally anticipated and yet it doesn’t affect your travel plan at all. It could even take you in the wrong direction initially, making your trip longer by a few hours but as long as you get it a few dollars cheaper – why not!
With out paying someone to do it for you, if you do it early, you will find a reasonably cheapflight to Uganda but only if you are ready to spend some time searching on the net. Those flights are there.
To ease your search, here is where you can quite easily find Hot Travel Deals to Uganda at reasonably cheaper prices compared to the other sites – Remember, do your booking early. The thing about such low prices is that you don’t find them tomorrow.
Hope this helps you.