As you come for your Uganda safari, it will be easy for you to keep in touch with the people back home.
Unlike the previous times before the internet, it is now easier to connect with your people back home.
Wi-Fi & Internet Access In Uganda
With either network provider, the network covers all parts of Uganda.
The biggest advantage of the mobile network is the flexibility it provides. This flexibility allows you to keep up with home even when you are on a game drive. You can also post highlights of your Uganda safari trip, as they happen.
With mobile internet, you need to buy a local sim card from which to access the internet. If your phone is network locked to a provider in your home country, talk to your guide such that mobile data is set up on his/her phone which will provide you with a shared wifi connection.
You could get internet from the mobile hotspot of your guide’s phone. Or, you can buy a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot (Mi-Fi) to provide internet on the go.
Most places in Uganda do not have public wi-fi but hotels and lodges usually do. If your lodge has wi-fi, you ask the staff and they will help you connect to their wifi.
In most cases, this shared wi-fi is not going to be fast and reliable for sensitive heavy workloads. Talk to your guide about your specific needs and he/she will help you out.
Technology has made travel easier in so many ways. One of which is the ability to keep up with your loved ones from all over the world.
Visiting Africa used to mean days or weeks of not knowing how your people are doing. Now they don’t have to wait for pictures of all the great experiences on your safari.