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Africa Safari Wildlife Viewing Tips

A safari to Africa or particularly Uganda could have been your bucket list since you were little and time is about now that you have things in place to go on this adventure. Some of people in your friends and […]

The Hidden Treasures of Mabira Forest

Most of Uganda safaris are tucked far away from urban establishments; you have to spend hours negotiating daunting terrains to get there. But there is one place that comes with a swimming pool beneath a forest canopy, a candlelit meal amidst […]

UGANDA AT A GLANCE AND THE BEST SAFARI DESTINATION

Spanning across the equator Uganda is the pearl of Africa with fantastic natural scenery and a diversity of cultures.  For the 236580sqkm there is a lot that is big about Uganda as a safari destination, tourists flow in to explore what […]

Little about Uganda but great potential

KAMPALA – The minister of State for foreign affairs of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Reem Al Hashimy has said that Uganda is “a beautiful” safari destination that needs to be helped to realize its potential. Hashimy also expressed shock […]

UGANDA TO CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL TOURIST GUIDES’ DAY

INTERNATIONAL TOURIST GUIDES’ DAY CELEBRATIONS IN UGANDA This year February 21st Uganda safari guides will join the rest of the world to celebrate the world tour guides’ day.  It is a public relations event par excellence, drawing the attention of local […]

Uganda Birding News

THE UNIQUENESS OF THE SECRETARY BIRD Some of the tales of Paul Tamwenya on his birding expeditions!! The secretary bird (Sagittarius serpentarius) is a large bird of prey that inhabits grasslands and savannas throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Although the secretary bird is […]

Uganda Tourism News

Kampala- Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has unveiled a 20-year plan that will create four more international airports, three regional and six local airports in addition to expanding the Entebbe International Airport. Currently, Uganda has only one international airport. According to […]

Uganda Safari News

Journalist Gerald Tenywa of the New vision has been paramount in the conservation efforts of Uganda and has brought to light some of the illegalities in Wildlife trade as his wright up below tries to explain – Some of the […]

Heritage Tourism a big money maker for Uganda

In tourism terms, Uganda is popularly known for gorilla trekking safaris, easily heard about because of The mighty Nile and basically Idi Amin. Yet Uganda has been revealed as the most ethnically mixed country on the planet according to a new […]

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