The Honorable Maria Mutagamba, Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage in the Ugandan Cabinet take a lead to show the world why Uganda presses on to charm tourists. Beautiful Uganda’ offers a variety of social and natural tourist attractions to tourists in our attractive 10 national parks, 13 game reserves, islands on Uganda lakes, and many other attractions in the country.
Tourists can choose among a magnificent beach vacation on the great Lake Victoria, in islands, Uganda gorilla safaris in the world-famous Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Chimpanzee tracking safari in Kibale forest national park, The Batwa cultural tour among other tourist activities in the country.
This diversity of wildlife, culture, people, and panoramas might be experienced in eco-tourism destinations in Murchison Falls and Queen Elizabeth National Park; the traditional Toro Palace is amazing, Kibale Forest popular for Chimps tracking and a birding paradise.
There is likewise an extensive variety of accommodation facilities available all around Uganda to suit everyone’s budget from simple homestays to 5-star luxury resorts.
Uganda has a booming economy and it’s among the largest country in east and central Africa, a member of the East African Community (EAC), and thusly offers strong attractions for local and international tourists.
Uganda has launched a strategic plan that calls for focusing on marketing and development of exceptional tourist destinations, for example, nature-based Eco-tourism, games, cruise, culture, and heritage; and promote the tourism industry in the country.
We are promoting more tourist attractions, for example, Musambwa Island which was recently launched by the minister of tourism Hon Maria Mutagamba. In 2012, over 120,000 tourists visited Uganda’s Islands on Lake Victoria and other islands in the country.
The third part of the strategy is to improve and market new tourism destinations that offer a flash of Uganda’s exceptional natural wonderfulness and rich cultural heritage.