The Conference will be held at Imperial Resort Beach Hotel at the shores of Lake Victoria, 10 mins from Uganda’s international Airport in Entebbe (EBB).
Arrival by Air
Entebbe international airport is located 5 km from the conference venue.
- Airlines serving Entebbe (but note that this list is not comprehensive!). For example, coming from Europe, the non-listed Turkish Airways via Istanbul tends to be the cheapest option.
- VISA: If a visa is required, most passports will be able to obtain visa on arrival, which costs 100 USD and is paid in cash in the arrivals lounge prior to passport controls.
Transfer from airport to hotel
- A regular taxi from the airport to anywhere in Entebbe should cost no more than ~ 30k shillings (<10 USD). There are also substantially cheaper motorbike taxis (Boda boda) available (<10k shillings). To reach those you will need to walk out of the airport area and past the UN buildings since the bodas are not allowed inside the airport gates.
- If preferred, Jehovah Tours & Travel (www.jehovahtours.co.ug) will be running transfers from Entebbe International Airport to all the hotels listed on the accommodation tab at the cost of cost of 30,000 Ugandan Shillings ($10) per person return. Transfers are not complimentary and will be at your own account. All transfers must be pre-booked. If you are interested in using this shuttle service, please book and pay directly with Jehovah Tours & Travel: Scovia or Jones on +256-772-622463 or +256-772403331; E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arrival by Land
There are regular long distance busses from Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda to Kampala. From thereon there are a number of local bus routes available that serve Entebbe. However, for long distance travel, and for those not willing to deal with slow/unreliable ground transport, arrival by air is recommended.
Arrival by Boat
Entebbe is served by local ferry routes to nearby islands and a few selected ports on the shores of lake Victoria. However, for most travel itineraries, arrival by air is recommended.
Sacred Ibis, Threskiornis aethiopicus