Kayak the Nile is based in Bujagali near Jinja, Uganda.
We experience power cuts a couple of times a month but back-up generators generally make up for this shortfall.
Laptops, cameras and phones can all be easily be charged here.
If you are staying on the Hairy Lemon Island, solar charging is generally available (depending on the weather) for a limited number of hours in the morning.
What plug does Uganda use?
Uganda uses the plug and outlet “Type G” the standard UK plug and socket.
The power can fluctuate and we recommend using a surge protector where possible, the general values for Uganda’s power supply is as follows:
Plug type: G
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- Are there any crocodiles or hippos?
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- What date us dollar can I use in Uganda?
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- How does the free Kampala – Jinja bus work?
- Can I get to you via public transport?
- How do I get from Entebbe airport to the river?
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