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Entebbe International Airport - Kampala

Special Taxi in Kampala

Once at Entebbe airport, getting from there to Kampala and other parts of Uganda isn’t a hard thing to achieve. What matters a lot is the transport means to use. Make sure to choose the best option for your successful trip.

If you are not sure of how to reach your next destination, I advise you to consider an airport taxi and reserve it in advance.

Multiple travelers from different parts of the world enjoy services of a taxicab provided by Entebbe Airport Express. Don’t wait to engage this taxi agency. It is available to offer you a ride at reasonable rates.

Apart from being cheap, traveling by taxicab from Entebbe airport is convenient and offers privacy. The vehicles are good and operated by friendly drivers.

When you confirm the booking, the next thing required is to share your travel details which include your name, arrival date, and flight time. On arrival, the driver will be waiting just outside the terminal with a placard that showcases your names.

Try to look out for your name until you locate it. Once out of the arrival terminal, avoid moving to places you are not sure of.

In case you fail to identify your driver, stand in one place and try to contact the person responsible for your trip. After meeting your driver, the journey to Kampala city or other places starts.

There are many routes to use. These days we usually use the Expressway mainly to dodge the traffic congestion on Kajjansi – Kampala road. You can use any route you prefer. They can all lead you to your place of interest.

The Expressway starts from Abayita ababiri and continues to different points including Busega, Sentema, Namungona, Kajjansi, and Munyonyo.

You can also connect to the Northern bypass that leads you through Kalerwe, Kisasi, Kyaliwajjala, Namugongo, to Seeta, and connect to Jinja road.

For Munyonyo route you can connect to places like Buziga, Bunga, Ggaba, Makindye, Muyenga, Kasanga, Kabalagala, Butabika and a lot more.

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