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Car Hire Uganda

Hire A Car in Uganda to Take you to the Safari Destination of your choice with friends and family.




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Car Hire Uganda

Explore the pearl of Africa on a Self-drive Safari holiday with 4×4 safari jeep rented from Self drive Uganda the destination Experts in offering off-road African Safari jeep. Self Drive Car hire is a dream in Uganda, and car hire is key if you want to enjoy the gorgeous views under your own steam. Fortunately, the country drives on the left, so you’ll feel at home right away!

Game viewing in Toyota Land cruiser with Open Rooftop

Uganda is an amazing country to drive through. From sprawling wildlife game drives, enormous valleys, imposing mountains to stunning rift valley roads, it’s a diverse destination filled with exciting things to see and do while on a self drive safari with a rented fleet from Self drive Uganda.

The western Route – one of Uganda’s most popular road trip options for self drive holiday makers – is a 500km expanse of remarkable natural beauty that stretches between Bwindi impenetrable forest national park for gorilla trekking to queen elizabeth national park for wildlife safari. Glorious spots along the way include picture-perfect mgahinga in virunga mountains, and mountains of the moon, one of the best places in the country for hiking.

Another spot in Uganda  which is well worth visiting is the northern Game Reserves like kidepo valley national park and pian upe game reserve which are on top of the self drive destinations for visitors. Here you can go on traditional game drives before checking into the  campsite in wilderness.

Three tips for car hire in Uganda

1. You might hear Uganda speaking about robots – it’s what they call traffic lights.

2. A distinctly Uganda phenomenon is the ‘car guard’, a self-employed person who will offer to watch your car for a small fee when in town. You should carry small change for this, but bear in mind that the system is completely unregulated, so use your discretion.

3. Be very wary of picking up strangers or stopping to help motorists who might look distressed, as they could be hijackers. You should also look out for obstacles placed in the road, as these could have been placed there by thieves who aim to rob you when leave your car to move the item. Your car hire company will tell you what to do in the event of a breakdown.