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Its a lucrtaive one for sure, that is the price. I met a Dutch guy going through the bollcoks. The UN have a huge base at Entebbe that services East Africa and way beyond. They are probably paying for every employee, yippee. Flash cars are rare but they have a much bigger middle class than Phnom Penh and the country's wealth comes from agriculture. Go figure.
Its a lucrative one for sure, that is the price. I met a Dutch guy going through the bollcoks. The UN have a huge base at Entebbe that services East Africa and way beyond. They are probably paying for every employee, yippee. Flash cars are rare but they have a much bigger middle class than Phnom Penh and the country's wealth comes from agriculture. Go figure.
Not unless you get pulled over...juansweetpotato wrote:Will someone PLEASE tell me if I need a motorbike license or not?
NGO's, the UN and volunteer workers. They don't have much of a safari market in Uganda afaik; otherwise, them as well.TheGrinchSR wrote:Who on earth would pay $8,000 to work in Uganda? Are you sure it's not a reward paid to the person foolish enough to accept a work permit there for a year?
Last time I was in Kenya you just needed a credit card to obtain a 5 year visa that allowed you to work. Cost $350. They also don't have the stupid cars that you see around Cambodia. Someone I know here's car and watch is worth more than his house. If you add the second car in I guess they may be worth double.
Very odd behavior as wealthy people are supposed to be smart, right?
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Couldn't find any reference to the $8000 fee...they do mention a proof of remittance, I assume that's a letter of guarantee/bank guaranteejuansweetpotato wrote:NGO's, the UN and volunteer workers. They don't have much of a safari market in Uganda afaik; otherwise, them as well
http://immigration.go.ug/content/work-p ... facilities
Some visas are WAY cheaper than Cambodia (surprise!), $200/ 36 months
Uganda has a very decent wildlife tourism industry, gorillas.
9 very nice national parks, beautiful scenery, Murchison Falls, Lake Victoria, Lake Albert, Lake George, Lake Kyoga etc.
Some prices:(and no, these do NOT include visas/accommodation etc)
Discounted Rates on Gorilla Permits and Chimp Permits in April, May and November
$450 per permit for Non Foreign Residents
$400 per permit for Foreign Residents
UGX 150,000 per permit for East African Citizens
$100 per permit for Non Foreign Residents
$100 per permit for Foreign Residents
UGX 100,000 per permit for East African Citizens
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