Agip Motel Mbarara has an excellent location. This hotel has diverse facilities, quality service and professionalism. Agip Motel is the number one stop for anyone going through or stopping in Mbarara. This Uganda hotel is friendly and fast service is provided by a highly trained staff. This 3 star Uganda hotel in Mbarara is well kept with pleasant rooms. Agip Motel Mbarara will leave an imprint in your memory as wonderful place. Agip Motel Mbarara is strategically located near the gates of Mbarara town. Mbarara is the biggest town in South Western Uganda. The hotel is a quiet and charming place. Agip Motel Mbarara is a 3-4 hour drive from Kampala on the Mbarara-Masaka highway.
Agip Motel Mbarara is not far away from the famous Lake Mburo National Game Park. You can have a tour of this park from the hotel. From here you can plan to extend their trip to Western Uganda. This is possible by exiting via Sanga gate. There is a short drive to Sanga Trading centre to the Hotel. Those traveling from the Western and south Western conservancies can stop for breakfast. Journeys to Queen Elizabeth National Park and Bwindi stops for lunch here. So are Uganda gorilla safari tours to Mgahinga Gorrilla National Park or the Rwenzori Mountains.
Stopping at Agip Motel Mbarara
Guests at Agip Motel Mbarara can enjoy the cool morning or evening breeze. Here they can watch the birds in our small bamboo forest. You can sit, relax and enjoy the spectacular surroundings. Take your time and listen to nature's bird songs. Guest's satisfaction is the hotel's priority.
Agip Motel Mbarara is a favorite hotel for tourists. This is true for those visiting the western national parks. This is because this uganda hotel in Mbarara is located on that side. Agip Motel Mbarara offers great services and accommodation. It has beautiful mature gardens suitable for camping and cocktail parties. You can also enjoy banquets, live bands, gospel, weddings and crusades. Agip Motel Mbarara also offers conference facilities for up to 100- 50 people.
Cancellation / Prepayment
PAYMENT & RESERVATIONS POLICY
Reservation and confirmation of a room at Agip Motel Mbarara has requirements. Clients are required to pay 50% down payment for the requested services. The balance will be required at least 14 days prior to your date of arrival.
African Safari Tour will hold a reservation for up to seven days at a client's request. This is to allow the client time to send a deposit payment. This is if Agip Motel Mbarara booking are over a month prior to the service. This must be received before we can confirm your booking. If confirmation is not received within the seven days all blocked rooms at Agip Motel Mbarara will be automatically released for re-sale. The full amount of the service must be made within 14 days of date of arrival at Agip Motel Mbarara. As for bookings within a month of service, full payment shall be requested for. This will be required before confirmation of Agip Motel Mbarara is undertaken.
All cancellations must be received in writing. This will take effect from the date received by African Safari Tour. The following cancellation charges will apply.
More than 56 days before departure: No cancellation fee
56-49 days before departure: 25%
48-29 days before departure: 35%
28-0 days before departure: 100%
The non-issuing of an invoice or non-payment of deposit will not exempt passengers from these cancellation and administration fees. We regret we can make no exception to the charges and strongly recommend that insurance is taken out to cover cancellation fees. These cancellation charges can vary subject to the trading terms of our suppliers.
Children and extra beds
Children older than 2 years are welcome at Agip Motel Mbarara. One child from 2 to 11.9 years is charged 50 % of the room stay per night and person in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds for children in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Accepted credit cards
Visa Card, MasterCard, American Express
- Air Condition
- Catering service
- Free toiletries
- Private bathroom
- Room service
- Seating area
- Wake up service
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Ankole (Mbarara) District was founded in 1901. The abolition of Ankole federal and kingdom government in 1967, gave rise to Mbarara District Local Government (MDLG). It is the main town of Ankole District became a township in 1957. Following the Coup of 1972, the name Ankole District was changed to Mbarara District, and the township was transformed into a municipality in 1974.
In 1973, Bushenyi District was created out of this district. In 1995 Ntungamo District was created and in 2002, the sub-county of Itojo, was added to Ntungamo District. In 2005, the boundary was significantly reduced and the district was further split into three other district Local Governments namely, Isingiro (comprised of Bukanga and Isingiro counties), Kiruhura (comprised of Nyabushozi and Kazo counties) and Ibanda (comprised of Ibanda County).
The sub-division left the current Mbarara with three counties of Kashari, Rwampara and Mbarara municipality. Recently, in August 2015, Parliament passed a resolution to create Rwampara District out of the district, effective 1st July 2019. Based on that decision, Mbarara District boundaries will further be altered to include Kashari County and Mbarara Municipality. The district was named after its municipal center, the city of Mbarara, where the district headquarters is located. It is said that the word ‘Mbarara’ is derived from a common type of grass in Mbarara known as ‘emburara’
The district is the administrative capital of southwestern Uganda. The district boarders Ibanda and Kiruhura Districts to the north; Kiruhura and Isingiro Districts to the east; Isingiro and Ntungamo Districts to the south; and Sheema District to the west. The district headquarters is located 270 kilometers (170 miles), by road, southwest of the capital city, Kampala.
Size and population
This district lies between coordinates 00 36S, 30 36E and covers an area of 1,846.4 km2. It has a population of 474,144 of which females are 244,243 (52%) and the urban population is 195,013 (41.1%). There is a declining rate in population growth from 2.58% (1991-2002) to 2.26% (2002-2014). With an average household size of 4.1 (the smallest in western Uganda) there are 113,164 households in Mbarara.
Climate and landscape
Mbarara district receives an average annual rainfall of 1,200mm with two rainy seasons, during the months of February-May and September-December. Temperature ranges between 170C to 300C, with a humidity range of 80-90%. The topography is a mixture of fairly rolling and sharp hills and mountains, shallow valleys and flat land. The soils are generally sandy, clay and slightly laterite loams, suitable for cultivation.
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