In case you have ever booked a bus in Uganda’s busy and dusty Capital City of Kampala, then you must be familiar with the famous Bus Park near Qualicel building. Its actually called the Qualicel Bus Terminal. Locals call it, Park Y’Abaganda.

Well, news reaching our info desk is that, effective December 2016, the said bus park will be no more. Efforts by the City Authority to reduce traffic congestion in that downtown area and also bring about sanity and safety for bus passengers has seen tremendous improvements in the operations of the Bus services.

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Qualicel Bus Terminal

Where have the buses been taken?

Our ever roaming bus drones, that are here to keep you updated on the day to day musings in the travel segment, can reliably confirms that, two separate bus parks have been set up.

The Namayiba Bus Park will now be the parking zone for all Buses that travel to the East, North and North Eastern parts of Uganda. More so, this same park(Namayiba Bus Park), will also be the same place where all buses that cross the Ugandan border.  In case you wanna travel to any any neighboring country using a bus, you will only need to ensure that you have booked your favorite bus online via , and thereafter head to Namayiba Bus Park.

Then for those travelling to the Western Part of Uganda which includes all districts of Bantu origin, you will henceforth find your favorite bus in Kisenyi Bus Park, which is adjacent to the Nakivubo Stadium.

The latest sensation to you the traveler is also that, you can now book any bus online via or just a call away. You don’t have to stress yourself with having to rush to the mentioned bus parks to book your favorite bus anymore. How about if you make a call +256776 888 055 and get your ticket booked?

That’s not all. Did you know that, you van earn back points on each ticket you book via How about if we also told you that, you can earn money for each person you tell to book their bus via Call +256776888055 for details.

Have a safe travel on your next trip. 

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Link Checker · October 4, 2017 at 7:12 pm

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