A self drive trip in Uganda is one of the most amazing and adventurous experience one can ever take. This normally involves driving to long distances with the interest of watching natural biodiversity and meeting the cultural people around these places. It also involves moving around Kampala to visit some of the famous and historical places. But this can go wrong and end up not encountering what you expected or it might get more challenging than what you thought.
To avoid the shortcomings that one may encounter when taking a self drive trip Uganda one has to do the following:
First look at the car rental agreement that you have signed with car rental agency before you set off for your journey. This involves at the insurance policy that is attached to the car you have rented and also the terms and condition under which you are driving the car. This can keep in line not to bleach the contract you made with the agency that may make you incur fines in the end bring up tension between you and the car rental agency.
Take a picture of the car you have hired. This normally helps to reflect the situation the car is usual in before you use and the situation when you return it from the trip. In this case you are able to know what you are going to be accounted for in case of any damages that might have occurred.
Get to know the driving rules and regulations and the policies in the country. It helps one not to be an offender due to the ignorance of the driving rules used in the foreign country.
Gather the information about your destinations for example the locations of the place you going to visit on your gorilla safari , the accommodation facilities around your destination, the social life of the people around the destination, the fuel and mechanic stations around the destination, the distance and time taken to reach the destination. This helps one not lose hi/her bearing and also make his/her journey a safe and sound one.
Get and pack everything that you may need on the self drive trip Uganda. For example there are requirements that you will need as the person and also what the car will need like a spare tyre, jerk, water to mention but a few. By all means you need such requirements on your trip.
If the above are put into practice one is guaranteed a very nice and safe self drive in Uganda unless there are unavoidable calamities that may occur on the trip.