Explore Uganda in one week

Uganda is a country in East Africa, it’s one of the interesting travel destinations on the African continent. The country caters to all types of tourists ranging from the budget to top-end luxury travelers also from just culture tourists to wildlife and bird lovers. The country is home to a variety of attractions from the big bustling city to the amazing lush landscape and of course not forgetting the mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. The country has something for everyone but it can require a lifetime for someone to explore well this vast country….

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Beautiful Uganda offers cultural and natural attractions

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 such 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…

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Uganda Travel Tips: Things to Know Before You Visit Uganda

As far back as opening its doors to international tourists ’70s after the regime of the dictators (Idi Amin and Apolo Milton Obote), Uganda has encountered a period of rapid development and change. Nowadays, an ever-increasing number of tourists from different parts of the world who visit the country are flocking to the country to experience its rich history and also to explore its amazing attractions in different national parks like the mountain gorillas in Bwindi Forest, Chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park and also the amazing wildlife in other parks like Kidepo Valley National Park, Murchison Falls National Park,…

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Visit Kibale Forest National Park

Hundreds of chimpanzees inhabit the trees of the Kibale Forest National Park in the west of Central African Uganda. Green Kibale Park is relatively small with less than eight hundred square meters, but it contains the largest number of primates in Africa. Primates Park The Kibale National Park is about 6 hours drive away from the capital Kampala, in the western part of the country. The park is located between Lake Albert and Lake Edward, near the famous Queen Elizabeth National Park. In the Park, you will find a variety of primates including; black and white colobus monkeys, red-tailed monkeys…

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An Amazing wildlife experience in Murchison Falls National Park

The state of the art and first class accommodation facilities in Murchison Falls National Park are mostly why thousands of travelers from different parts of the world visit the park throughout the entire year. The Park isn’t just the largest in the country but still at the same time is the oldest park in Uganda. Murchison Falls National Park is divided by the world’s longest river, The River Nile which additionally bolsters the rich wildlife. A visit to Murchison Falls National Park turns out to be really striking when it incorporates the following tourist activities. Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary visit Rhinos…

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What to know before traveling to Africa

Tourists coming to Africa are frequently assailed by worries for their safety in the continent and the reputation of the travel agency they’re travelling with. Our staff has compiled the frequently asked questions by our previous clients. Do I need travel insurance? All protection is exclusively the responsibility of the traveler. Prior to a clients starts a safari, he/she ought to arrange his/her own insurance with protection for whole the period he/she is going to travel, to cover including but not limited to, personal injury, harm and loss of individual things including but not limited to phones, camera equipment and…

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Uganda biodiversity fund gives 360m for chimps & livelihood

“As chimpanzees eat crops some of the local people become desperate in light of the fact that they don’t have another way for survival and out of outrage they attack the chimpanzees,” said Dr. Panta Kasoma. At the point these primates get in the gardens of the local people those live near Kasongoire forest in Masindi region, the impacts incorporate food security and loss of income. This has prompted revenge attacks against chimpanzees, which are believed to be endangered species. Such attacks to the chimpanzees need to fatalities, as per the report released by Uganda Biodiversity Fund (UBF). “There has…

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Traditional Arts And Crafts In Uganda

Uganda is a typical African boiling pot due to the numerous cultures that represent the difference in the tribes. Arts and Crafts are an integral part of cultures and traditions of the people in Uganda from where inspirations to the history and environments are derived because they determine the crafts used by a particular tribe (culture). When you visit Uganda, you will notice that the arts and crafts represent the strong ethnic background and setting and you will be able to spot the difference between crafts made from various traditional societies but also tell the similarities among a number of…

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What to do before visiting Uganda

We chose to visit Uganda totally all of a sudden. One day James called me at the office and asked whether I was interested in joining his workmates on an excursion to Uganda. “To where?” I inquired. I knew Uganda was an African nation in the eastern side of the continent, however that was about it. We had our air tickets by the following day. I was elate since I was going to spend same time with my boyfriend and his workmates and even my first time to set foot on the African continent, the continent I had always wanted…

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A Weekend Escape to Jinja – Uganda

Kampala is the largest city and most populated city in Uganda with over 1.2 million people, it’s the commercial and capital of Uganda. The bank is the center of business in Uganda where you can find all Banks, social enterprises, insurance companies, small businesses of all type, international humanitarian aids organizations, and government offices – they are all found here. The daily hustle is ON. Traffic jam is crazy. The sun is blazing. It’s whatever we can do to traverse the day and unwind over a drink at one of the numerous lively night spots. During the weekend, most people…

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