Get A Car For Rent To Discover Kampala

If you are new to Kampala and want to discover this Uganda’s capital without any interference from tour guides, you have come to the right place. At Camp Masters Uganda, you can rent a car yourself or get a designated driver and explore Kampala city all on your own. Here we have answered a few questions that customers usually have about renting cars with Camp Masters Uganda.

What paperwork is required to book a car with Camp Masters Uganda?

At the time of pick-up, we ask for your passport copy and a valid driver’s license. Then sign our contract (Car rental agreement), and we agree on the drop-off time and location. We also do deliveries to your hotel or airport at a very small fee from USD15.

If you are a Ugandan resident, we ask for a copy of your national Identification card.

Minimum age to hire a Self-Drive Car in Kampala?

You must first be 23 years old if you want to hire an automobile in Kampala with us. Secondly, you must have at least 3 years experience of driving and when the vehicle is delivered to your hotel or place of residence, you must present your driver’s license.

Where in Kampala do you offer delivery service for self-driving cars?

Our team will deliver the rental car to your hotel, place of residence, or to Entebbe International Airport. At the end of your trip, we can still pick up the car from any location agreed upon. The fee depends on the location but from as low as USD15.

What are the best places not to miss on a tour around Kampala?

Being the capital city of Uganda, there are many places not to miss while on a city tour in Kampala. Among these places include;

  • Royal King’s Palace
  • Kaubi Tombs
  • St. Balikuddembe market
  • Bahai Temp
  • Lubaga cathedral
  • Namugongo Martyrs Shrine
  • Nakasero Fruits Market
  • The Uganda Museum
  • Gaddafi National Mosque
  • Wamala Tombs in Wakiso

How Many Days Are Required to Fully Explore Kampala?

The city and its surroundings have a lot of tourist attractions and one needs at least 3 days to fully explore all the places.