• Chariot Hotel Mini Executive Room at the Cameroon Chariot Hotel

    Chariot Hotel Mini Executive Room. PRICE: $50 USD per night.
    Facilities:
    – Room
    – A chairs
    – A table.
    – Toilet and hand shower
    – Flat Screen TV
    – A.C
    – Access to Wifi.
    – Hot and Cold water.
    – Balcony
    – A simple breakfast for 1 person
    – Free access to the Gym
    – Free access to the swimming pool

  • Chariot Hotel Prestige Room at the Cameroon Chariot Hotel

    Chariot Hotel Prestige Room. PRICE: 80 USD Per Night
    Facilities:
    – Bigger Room
    – A chairs
    – A table.
    – A fridge
    – Toilet and hand shower
    – Flat Screen TV
    – A.C
    – Access to Wifi.
    – Hot and Cold water.
    – A complete break fast for 1 person.
    – Balcony
    – A simple breakfast for 1 person
    – Free access to the Gym
    – Free access to the swimming pool

  • Chariot Hotel Executive Room at the Cameroon Chariot Hotel

    Chariot Hotel Executive Room. PRICE: $60 USD
    Facilities:
    – Bigger Room
    – A chairs
    – A table.
    – Toilet and hand shower
    – Flat Screen TV
    – A.C
    – Access to Wifi.
    – Hot and Cold water.
    – Balcony
    – A simple breakfast for 1 person
    – Free access to the Gym
    – Free access to the swimming pool

  • Fees for Family Trips for Home Stay per Day in Uganda! A lifetime experience you will live to remember

                                                       Home Stay in Ugand

    If you’re going to live in Uganda for whatever period on internship, research, volunteering, holidaying or just on tour, staying with a host family will offer the best experience. We start with the firmest cliché in the home stays industry…a home away from home.
    1. Ugandan Home stays…Real Homes away from Home
    Ugandans are generally warm and welcoming so your stay is bound to be great. But all the same, bouts of home sickness are normal during this period hence living with a group of people who keep you company and treat you as part of their family helps to kiss the blues away.
    Add the small things like having to use public transportation to get home or sitting around a tally with good company as you laugh at the gags in the local comedy shows…nothing beats this atmosphere.
    2. Learn Ugandan languages
    You should definitely learn greetings and common terms on civilities as Ugandans are generally welcoming and respectful but some terms can be easily learned from a language book or with Google’s help. In a home stay, the learning environment is conducive as guests are exposed to the language banter of their host family and at the same time have willing partners who won’t laugh at your weird accents…unless it’s a really funny one.
    3. Prepare and enjoy locally cooked scrumptious meals with your host
    This is usually one of the top activities when you visit a new location as it helps one familiarize themselves with the local cuisine. The host family members like it to see you learn a new skill but above all when they eat something that has been cooked with participation of “muzungu”.
    In all honesty, it’s a complete waste if you switch continents or countries and still eat the same mediocre grub that is present everywhere. Be a little adventurous and try a dish with a peculiar name like “kikomando”…and if you do not like it, take heart since that is what trying out new foods is all about.

    4. Explore Uganda in Home Stays
    Your host family are a wealth of information which you can tap into to know more about other aspects of the Ugandan culture, tradition and psyche; stuff which you can’t Google but better yet local unique sights away from the main tourist routes. Should you travel upcountry, this is an excellent chance to experience the diversity of Ugandan tribes and food.
    Bonus benefit, you have willing participants to include in your photos and there’s no need to tap strangers to help snap a photo of yourself next to the giraffes.
    If you plan to make your own travel arrangements, skim through these transportation options in Uganda and make an informed decision.
    5. Make friends who will last for a lifetime
    And after your stay is complete, your bags are packed and you’re seated at the table after tucking in another delicious dish, this is the time to deliver your heartfelt thanks to your surrogate family, extend an invitation to also visit you when they have the time and promise to visit them when you’re in Uganda again…all in the local language. I believe, they won’t forget you too.
    6. Learn the traditional dance
    Nothing will give you joy like finding yourself breaking the rib with the local traditional dance. So entertaining, full of love and passion, and above all, very educative.  If you can pick up the art of dancing, you can be sure you will be a friend to everyone!

    To know more about these volunteer programs visit our website at:
    https://v2040rc.wordpress.com/international-volunteers-placement/tour-and-serve-communities/
    For booking your travel, contact us by sending an email to [email protected]
    Contact the volunteer Coordinator at: +256752888149, +256772888149

  • Cost per Day of Homestay Accommodation in Uganda; The best African culture experience

                                                                                                 Home Stay in Uganda
                                                                                  One month cost at $280 per day

    If you’re going to live in Uganda for whatever period for an internship, for research, volunteering, holidaying or just on tour, staying with a host family will offer the best experience. We start with the firmest cliché in the home stays industry…a home away from home.
    1. Ugandan Home stays…Real Homes away from Home
    Ugandans are generally warm and welcoming so your stay is bound to be great. But all the same, bouts of home sickness are normal during this period hence living with a group of people who keep you company and treat you as part of their family helps to kiss the blues away.
    Add the small things like having to use public transportation to get home or sitting around a tally with good company as you laugh at the gags in the local comedy shows…nothing beats this atmosphere.
    2. Learn Ugandan languages
    You should definitely learn greetings and common terms on civilities as Ugandans are generally welcoming and respectful but some terms can be easily learned from a language book or with Google’s help. In a home stay, the learning environment is conducive as guests are exposed to the language banter of their host family and at the same time have willing partners who won’t laugh at your weird accents…unless it’s a really funny one.
    3. Prepare and enjoy locally cooked scrumptious meals with your host
    This is usually one of the top activities when you visit a new location as it helps one familiarize themselves with the local cuisine. The host family members like it to see you learn a new skill but above all when they eat something that has been cooked with participation of “muzungu”.
    In all honesty, it’s a complete waste if you switch continents or countries and still eat the same mediocre grub that is present everywhere. Be a little adventurous and try a dish with a peculiar name like “kikomando”…and if you do not like it, take heart since that is what trying out new foods is all about.

    4. Explore Uganda in Home Stays
    Your host family are a wealth of information which you can tap into to know more about other aspects of the Ugandan culture, tradition and psyche; stuff which you can’t Google but better yet local unique sights away from the main tourist routes. Should you travel upcountry, this is an excellent chance to experience the diversity of Ugandan tribes and food.
    Bonus benefit, you have willing participants to include in your photos and there’s no need to tap strangers to help snap a photo of yourself next to the giraffes.
    If you plan to make your own travel arrangements, skim through these transportation options in Uganda and make an informed decision.
    5. Make friends who will last for a lifetime
    And after your stay is complete, your bags are packed and you’re seated at the table after tucking in another delicious dish, this is the time to deliver your heartfelt thanks to your surrogate family, extend an invitation to also visit you when they have the time and promise to visit them when you’re in Uganda again…all in the local language. I believe, they won’t forget you too.
    6. Learn the traditional dance
    Nothing will give you joy like finding yourself breaking the rib with the local traditional dance. So entertaining, full of love and passion, and above all, so much educative; If you can pick the art of dancing, be sure you will be friend to everyone.
    To know more about these volunteer programs visit our website at;
    https://v2040rc.wordpress.com/international-volunteers-placement/tour-and-serve-communities/
    For booking your travel, contact us by sending an email to [email protected]
    Contact the volunteer Coordinator at: +256752888149, +256772888149

  • PRESIDENTIAL SUITE at the Cameroon Chariot Hotel

    Chariot Hotel PRESIDENTIAL SUITE. PRICE: $300 USD per night.
    Facilities:
    – Bigger Sitting Room
    – Room
    – Fridge
    – Set of chairs
    – Toilet and hand shower
    – Jacuzzi or bath top
    – Plasma TV Screen
    – A.C
    – Access to Wifi.
    – A kitchen
    – Hot and Cold water.
    – Complete breakfast for 1 person
    – Free access to the Gym
    – Free access to the swimming pool

    Free access to the Night club but you buy your drink On Night Club days (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

  • 14 Day Camping Safari to over 10 Nature Destinations in Uganda

    14 Days Uganda Camping Safari: At Uganda Vision Resource Centre we emphasize quality camping safaris/trips in Uganda. Our safaris and tours are dedicated to offering our esteemed customers the ultimate camping experience even. This 14 day camping safari covers Murchison Falls national park, Kibale Forest National Park. Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Lake Bunyonyi /Kigezi Highlands commonly referred to as the Switzerland of Africa, Lake Mburo national park, Kampala tour.

     

    For more information about this tour visit our site at:

    14 Days Uganda Camping Safari: At Uganda Vision Resource Centre we emphasize quality

     

    Contact us by sending an email at [email protected]

     

    Phone: +256752888149

    Phone: +256772888149

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