Bus Tickets from Dar es Salaam to Kampala


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Search, compare and book cheap bus from Dar es Salaam to Kampala tickets online. Kampala has many charms within the rolling 7 hills on which it sits - each providing a special history, point of view of the charming chaos and several attractions to keep you engaged for a few days. You can visit Kampala by booking cheap bus tickets from Dar es Salaam to Kampala online now and save big.

Cheap Bus Tickets from Dar es Salaam to Kampala FAQs

What is the affordable way to get from Dar es Salaam to Kampala?

The affordable way to get from Dar es Salaam to Kampala by bus. Dar es Salaam to Kampala bus fare $40 - $55 and takes 29h 30m.

Is there a direct bus Dar es Salaam to Kampala?

No, there is no direct best bus Dar es Salaam to Kampala. Anyway, there are services departing from Jangwani and arriving at Kampala via Nairobi and Dar es Salaam. The journey, including transfers, takes about 29 20m.

What is the distance between Dar es Salaam to Kampala by bus?

The travel distance from Dar es Salaam to Kampala is 1087 km.

Where do I take Dar es Salaam to Kampala bus from?

Cheap bus tickets from Dar es Salaam to Kampala bus service, run by Darlux Co. Ltd.

Fly or bus from Dar es Salaam to Kampala?

The excellent way to get from Dar es Salaam to Kampala is to fly which takes 4h 30m and costs $140 - $600. Alternatively, you can bus, bus from Dar es Salaam to Kampala via mutukula cost $45 - $65 and takes 29h 20m.

Bus from Dar es Salaam to Kampala Tips

Here are some of the best attractions:

Uganda National Cultural Center

This cultural center generally called as National Theater has a lineup of great live music, dance, film and drama in the auditorium. These are restaurants and bars, and nightly outdoor events including drumming, jam sessions, and comedy nights.

Kasubi Tombs

Kasubi Tombs is the burial place for the kings and royal family of the Buganda Kingdom. UNESCO listed this place for their importance to the Kingdom. A visit to the tomb provides visitors an impression of a rural village with its remarkable grass thatched hut actually built for Kabaka Mutesa as a palace in 1882, which was changed into burial site for his death 2 years later.