Uganda has a warm climate all year round and, because it lies on the Equator, seasonal temperature variations are insignificant.
The main factor you should consider when planning a trip to Uganda is the rainfall pattern, especially if you plan on hiking in the Rwenzori Mountains.
The wettest months are April, May, October and November.
During these months camping isn’t very practical (you’ll be packing up your tent in the rain as often as not), hiking can be an endurance test and some unsurfaced roads may be impassable.
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