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      Cheap Bus Tickets from Kampala to Hoima Online Booking

      Discover your travel route on web, mobile or app and book cheap bus ticket from Kampala to Hoima online now.

      Do cheap bus from Kampala to Hoima bus tickets online booking and travel Kampala to Hoima by road. Hoima is a quickest-growing and pleasant town in Western Uganda roughly four hour drive by bus from Kampala to one hour from Masindi. It is part of the Bunyoro-Kitara and the administrative and commercial center for the area of the same name. it sits just twenty miles from the shore of Lake Albert across which is the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The lake is the place of newly discovered oil reserves which are guessed to bring changes to Hoima and the district in the close future. Here is the guide on how to book bus tickets from Kampala to Hoima:

      Bus from Kampala to Hoima Bus Tickets Booking, Routes, Schedules & Fares FAQs

      What is the quickest way to get from Kampala to Hoima?

      The affordable way to get from Kampala to Hoima by bus. Cheap bus tickets from Kampala to Hoima $17 – $26 and takes 2h 59m.

      Is there a direct bus Kampala to Hoima?

      Yes, there is a direct Kampala to Hoima bus. Services depart every 4 hours, and run every day. The journey takes about 3h 25m.

      How do I move from Kampala without a personal vehicle?

      The top way to get from Kampala to Hoima without a personal vehicle is to bus which takes 3h 25m and costs.

      Where do I take the Kampala to Hoima bus from?

      Kampala to Hoima bus services, run by Link Bus Services.

      Can I drive from Kampala to Hoima?

      Yes, the driving distance between Hoima and Kamapala is 201 km.

      Bus Tickets from Kampala to Hoima Tips

      Since the discovery of oil in the Albertine area that borders the district in the west, Hima has grown into limelight with eyes glued on business and oil-related industrial growth guessed to be seen more in the next 5 years.

      Having a growing population of nearly 500,000 since 2015, this district is counted among the quickest growing regions of Uganda.

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