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      Cheap Bus Tickets from Kampala to Mutukula Online Booking

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

      Do cheap bus from Kampala to Mutukula bus tickets online booking and travel Kampala to Mutukula by road. The town of Mutukula, is a border town between Tanzania and Uganda. At an altitude of 1,190 metres, above sea level, Mutukula is a vital border post and big crossing point, for both commercial and human traffic. Here is the guide on how to book bus Kampala to Mutukula:

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

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

      The affordable way to get from Kampala to Mutukula by bus. Cheap bus tickets from Kampala to Mutukula and takes 8h.

      Is there a direct bus Kampala to Mutukula?

      Yes, there is a direct Kampala to Mutukula bus. Services depart 5 times a day, and run every day. The journey takes about 8h.

      How do I move from Kampala to Mutukula without a personal vehicle?

      The top way to get from Kampala to Mutukula without a personal vehicle is to bus and which takes 8h.

      Where do I take the Kampala to Mutukula bus from?

      Kampala to Mutukula bus services, run by Link Bus services, depart from Kampala station.

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

      The fastest way to get from Kampala to Mutukula is to drive.

      Bus Kampala to Mutukula Tips

      In February 2016, the border post between both nations merged operations on both sides. Passengers and vehicles clear custom and immigration once in the country they are leaving, with officials from both nations present.

      In 2017, the border crossing between Uganda, Mutukula, and Mutukula, Tanzania was converted into a OSBP, open twenty-four hours every day of the year. Passengers, vehicles, merchandise, luggage, and pedestrians are cleared by customs and immigration staff from both nations, at a station in the country of entry. This cuts the time it takes to cross by anywhere from thirty percent to fifty percent. Other stakeholders report reduction in crossing times by as much as ninety percent.

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