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Kigali City's Day Tour
"Your driver/guide will meet you at your hotel for a city tour. In a group of 10 people (min) this tour will continue to the old Quartier commercial where some old fashioned buildings are still found before heading to the rapidly changing neighbourhoods via the colorful Nyabugogo valley which is the main taxi park serving all four corners of the country.From Nyabugogo you will continue to Nyamirambo - famous for its various informal businesses and never sleeps and is known for its nightlife. You will then visit KN 2 Avenue to see the first German colonial residents house of Rwanda built in 1907 and now serves as a Nat
From $122.00
 
Kampala Walking Tour Including Refugee Community Visits
"Meet your guide at the prearranged meeting point in Kampala and then travel by air-conditioned minivan to the city center.Follow your guide on foot through the Ugandan capital’s bustling streets. Make your first stop at the Nsambya-YARID center a vocational training facility for women. Here get a glimpse into the difficult lives of East African refugees and find out how the non-governmental organization YARID (Young African Refugees Integral Development) is supporting the community through peer counseling workshops and training.After learning about the challenges that the refugee community face head back out onto Kampala’s street for a snapshot of local life. Walk around Nakasero Market and soak up the atmosphere as you peruse the stalls that are overflowing with aromatic fresh food. Then be amazed by the sea of vehicles at the Old Taxi Park and marvel at the Kampala Hindu Temple’s elaborate towers before browsing the colorful array of secondhand clothing at Owino Market.Walk with your guide to Kampala’s main YARID center. Here
From $55.00
 
Kampala and Kisenyi Slum Walking Tour
"Meet your guide at the prearranged meeting point in Kampala and then travel by air-conditioned minivan to the city center.Follow your guide on foot through the Ugandan capital’s bustling streets making your first stop of the tour outside the Ugandan Parliament building. Here listen to your guide share stories of how the country gained its independence.Next walk with your guide to Nakasero Market. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere as you stroll from stall to stall admiring the kaleidoscopic array of fresh produce. Then be amazed by the chaotic sea of vehicles at the Old Taxi Park and see the elaborate Kampala Hindu Temple before browsing the colorful bundles of secondhand clothing at Owino Market.From here
From $55.00

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Taxi in Sengerema

It's good to have a reliable taxi driver in Sengerema. If anything happens you can always call him and get him to pick you up. Trust me when I say that standing as the only mzungo in pitch darkness...
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Bicycle taxi

A really good way to get around town is to use bicycle-taxis. You find young guys standing around everywhere with their old bicycles with padded seats on the back. They are actually quite comfortable...
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dalla in sengerema

You can go from the market to the hospital and other remote chambas of Sengerema by dalla. It usually takes off down by the telecentre in front of Uncle Hotel. Needless to say, it only takes off once...
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Taxi-taxi

You can also go to Sengerema by taxi, but it's about as expensive as it gets and if you don't completely trust your driver, I wouldn't do it. You can sometimes persuade a driver in Mwanza to take you...
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Hitching a ride

My best advice on how to get to Sengerema is to hitch a ride with someone. It is not as hard as it sounds. Remember, Tanzanians are very helpful and ex-pats are always happy to see another mzungo!...
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Off-road expresses

You can also get to Sengerema with an off-road express (1000 sh). You get on the bus on the Mwanza side and stay on the bus throughout the entire trip. This has got to be the absolute most...
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Dalla-dalla

To get to Sengerema from Mwanza you can a dalla-dalla, which is a small bus meant for 12 people, but 30 people usually get abourd before they take off. You take the dalla when you reach Kamanga. The...
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