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Tips While Travelling To Namugongo The silent town of Namugongo is situated 16 kilometers north east of the city of Kampala. Namugongo is worldly renown for the massacre of 32 young men who refused to renounce Christianity on 3rd June 1886. In the month of June every year, Christians from all walks of life will gather in the silent town of Namugongo in memory of the 32 fallen martyrs. those planning to travel to Namugongo need to familiarize themselves with several key points. Issues money. Ugandan currency is the shilling with one dollar being the equivalent of 2800 Ugandan shillings. When bringing in foreign currency it is advisable to use the U.S. dollar, but it should be dated not earlier than the year 2009. Euros are also accepted in the foreign exchange bureaus around. Using dollars or euros will enable you to access hotel and touring services at a cheaper rate than those using the shilling. While using debit and credit cards it is good to note that the country is predominantly Visa enabled. MasterCard enabled debit and credit cards will also be accepted by several banks. Accessing Uganda. Namugongo is accessible by both road and air. Accessing Entebbe International airport one needs to secure a visa from an embassy near their source country. Visas are available structured to fit the needs of travelers those who are travelling to Uganda only can get the visa at $50 and those wishing to travel to other countries in East Africa can get the visa at $100. When entering Uganda by road, it is advisable to use the Kenyan route through the two key border points of Busia or Malaba. Travellers by road should consider fueling in Kenya as fuel is cheaper in Kenya than in Uganda by far.
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Telephone communication. Providers of telephone services in Uganda are well established ensuring accessibility. Some of these services providers also have bases in other east African countries. When one takes up a service in Uganda they can use it in other East African countries. The numerous phone shops gives one a platform to access phones and sim cards for communication purposes. Phone booths and other pay phone agents are also available all over the city and in other major towns.
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Tokens of Appreciation. How people show appreciation in Uganda is different than other countries. Before one gives tips; there are two concern areas. In the transport sector, service providers, rarely expect tips as is the norm in other countries. The cost of the services given should have been agreed well in advance before the service is given. In hotels, the quality of service is wholly based on the appreciation done on the previous visit. Travelers should take note of the above before going out giving tips.