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Cheap Bus Tickets from Kampala to Mbarara Online Booking

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Do cheap bus from Kampala to Mbarara bus tickets online booking and travel Kampala to Mbarara by road. Popularly called as the land of honey and milk, Mbarara area is place you must visit while in Uganda. Most visitors only get to visit the area while on their way for gorilla trekking in Bwindi or on a safari to Lake Bunyonyi and Queen Elizabeth National Park. Mubarara district is placed in the South Western Part of Uganda. Here is the guide on how to book bus tickets from Kampala to Mbarara:

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

What is the affordable way to get from Kampala to Mbarara?

The affordable way to get from Kampala to Mbarara by bus. Cheap bus tickets from Kampala to Mbarara $23 – $36 and takes 4h 2m.

Is there a direct bus Kampala to Mbarara?

Yes, there is a direct Kampala to Mbarara bus. Services depart every 2 hours, and run every day. The journey takes 4h 2m.

Where do I take the Kampala to Mbarara bus from?

Kampala to Mbarara bus services, run by, depart from Kampala station.

Fly or bus Kampala to Mbarara?

The top way to get from Kampala to Mbarara is to fly which takes 1h 35m and costs $60 – $930. Alternatively, you can bus, Kampala to Mbarara bus fare and takes 4h 2m.

Bus Tickets from Kampala to Mbarara Tips

Mbarara has grown fast and come from behind to develop quicker than Masaka, Jinja, Entebbe, Gulu, and Mbale. Mbarara is now the second biggest metropolitan place after Kampala city. Mbarara is just second to Kampala in terms of industry, significance and infrastructure. Modern buildings have sprung up in the area as a phenomenal rate including hospitals, hotels, plazas, shopping malls and arcades.

Mbarara district now has a guessed population of over 1 million. The Bayankore are the key tribe in the district. Their key economic activity is Agriculture. They grown crops and rare local animals mostly on a subsistence level.

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