Uganda’s Single Entry Visa Reduces to $50 from $100 to Boost Tourism

The government of Uganda has announced that with effect from Friday June 22, 2016; it had slashed visa fees by half in a move to boost the country’s tourism sector.

The $100 visa charge had been reduced to $50 according to a statutory instrument issued by the Minister of internal Affairs.

A statement from Immigration Uganda also noted that ‘‘All Uganda borders have been notified to effect the change.’‘

All Uganda borders have been notified to effect the change.


As per the new rules, the newly introduced e-visa system gets to be effectively utilized. With e-visas, applicants are required to apply, have their visas approved and notifications sent to them, their visas would subsequently be issued at their borders and embassies.


Written by PH

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