Poaching and Its Impacts on Uganda Tourism

It’s illegal hunting of wild animals and birds. Uganda’s government through the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), Uganda Tourism Board, and the entire ministry of Tourism and antiquities strongly condemn the act. Yes, it’s true, poaching activities steals from all of Ugandans and should highly be condemned by all government organizations, private sectors, private individuals, international organizations, and all well-wishers…

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Amazing and Less Visited Places To Visit In Uganda

Uganda, also known as the “True Pearl of Africa” is one of the most amazing safari destinations in Africa, popularly known for gorilla trekking in Mgahinga National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Besides the mountain gorillas, the country also has a large number of amazing wildlife life that includes mammals, reptiles, primates, and over 1000 bird species, unique…

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The Big 5 Trips in Uganda

What does the term ‘big five’ stand for? The term ‘big five’ originates from the traditional hunting practice where it was used to describe five most difficult animals to hunt on foot. The ‘African Big Five’ is one of the most spectacular creatures to the view of the wild game. Although it would be unforgettable to see all the…

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Awesome Things To Do on A Safari In Uganda

Uganda is truly an interesting destination boasting with incredible wildlife experiences, a warm tropical climate, amazing topography and a lush green vegetation cover. Here are some awesome things to do on your safari in Uganda as you get yourself inspired for a real African experience; White Water Rafting Uganda is known for some of the finest white water rafting…

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En Route Attractions to Uganda National Parks

“The pearl of Africa”- Uganda is among the top tourist destinations on planet earth. Uganda is gifted with 10 National Parks namely: Kibale National park, Mountain Rwenzori National park, Mountain Elgon National park, Bwindi Impenetrable National park, Semuliki National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, Mgahinga National park, Murchison Falls National park, Queen Elizabeth national park and Kidepo Valley National…

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Visit Mount Elgon in East Part of Uganda

The Uganda western route takes you to the most amazing and interesting tourist highlights including the famous mountain gorillas in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks, the amazing man’s closest cousins – the rare chimpanzees in the Kibale Forest National Park and the unmatchable wildlife safari experiences. But if you try to travel to the eastern…

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Go Explore Busitema Forest – Eastern Uganda

Busitema Forest is found within eastern Uganda along the route towards Tororo-Busia route and is shared by 3 Districts that include Busia, Bugiri and Tororo (takes the biggest part). This small Forest stretches for an area of 25 square kilometers (9.6 square miles/2500 hectares) and is popular for offering shelter to a large number of olive baboons that are…

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