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Uganda Visa Fees

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With effect from July 22nd 2016, tourists seeking to come to Uganda will pay half of the money they have been paying for single entry tourist visas. Government has halved the fees from $100 to $50 in an effort to encourage more tourists to come to the country that has been consistently ranked among top tour destinations in the world for the past few years.
3 years ago, September 7th 2016 No: 1 Msg: #197990  
With effect from July 22nd 2016, tourists seeking to come to Uganda will pay half of the money they have been paying for single entry tourist visas. Government has halved the fees from $100 to $50 in an effort to encourage more tourists to come to the country that has been consistently ranked among top tour destinations in the world for the past few years.

The CNN travel magazine last year ranked Uganda among the 16 top tourist destinations in the world. In 2012, Lonely Planet, another global travel magazine, ranked Uganda as a number one tourist destination. Bloom Consulting, a global form specializing in country branding and ranking, placed Uganda in the eighth position among the top ten tourist destinations in 2014.

Bwindi Impenetrable and Murchison Falls National Parks have separately been ranked among to birding sites in Africa. According to a statement issued by the internal affairs ministry on Thursday, a statutory instrument has been issued to effect the changes in visa fees. Uganda sells other types of tourist visas including multiple and transit permits.

The fee for other visas has not been revised. The decision to slash single tourist visas fees, according to the internal affairs ministry, was reached after a request by officials from tourism docket.

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