Book cheap bus tickets from Kampala to Bwera online and save time and money. At independence in 1962, Bundibugyo was Toro Kingdom part. When the empire were destroyed in 1967, Toro Kingdom got district status. In 1974, Semliki area was carved out of Toro district and in 1980 it was re-named Bundibugyo. Here is the guide on how to book bus from Kampala to Bundibugyo:
The affordable way to get from Kampala to Bundibugyo by bus. Cheap bus tickets from Kampala to Bundibugyo $30 - $50 and takes 5h 60m.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Kampala to Bundibugyo. Services depart every 4 hours, and run every day. The journey takes about 5h 60m.
The travel distance of Kampala to Bundibugyo bus is 283 km.
The top way to get from Kampala to Bundibugyo without a personal vehicle is to bus which takes 5h 60m and costs.
Kampala to Bundibugyo bus services, run by Link Bus services.
It borders the kasese in the south, districts of Kaborole in the east, Lake Albert in the north and the Democratic Congo Republic in the west. It is extreme western part of the former area of Toro.
Agriculture with emphasis on food crops such as pigeons, finger millet, maize, sorghum, sunflower, beans, sweet potatoes and Sorghum. Cash crops contain: Vanilla, Cocoa, and Palm oil. Fruits and vegetables contain Cabbages, Tomatoes, and Onions. There is also fishing on Lake Albert.
There is a Semili National park with the warm springs, Rwenzori Mts national, Semliki wild life reserve, the pygmies are found close to Ntandi, waterfalls and Amabere caves.