Uganda Named 3rd Best Birding Destination In Africa By Nature Travel Network

If in the long run you plan on visiting several other African countries as well, 12 days Uganda birding safari here is enough to generate the essential Ugandan birds (Shoebill, the Albertine Rift endemics, Green-breasted Pitta, etc.) plus mammals (especially Mountain Gorillas and Chimps but the country also has magnificent Colobus Monkeys and more). Even 19 days in Uganda would certainly not be wasted! In this … Continue reading Uganda Named 3rd Best Birding Destination In Africa By Nature Travel Network

Explore the Wilderness of Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve Uganda

When it comes to tourism destinations in Uganda, Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve stands out as one of the unique wildlife reserve. With Uganda’s affluence of attractions, a single visit to Pian Upe wildlife Reserve is not enough for one to ascertain the disclosures this reserve offers. This natural treasure is a conservation area in the Karamoja sub-region of northeastern Uganda and it is regarded as … Continue reading Explore the Wilderness of Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve Uganda

The Silverback Mountain Gorillas in Uganda

Silverback gorillas live high in the mountains in two protected parks in Africa. They are also referred to as mountain gorillas. Silverback gorillas continually wander through their home ranges of 10 to 15 square miles, feeding and resting throughout the day. Because gorillas are nomadic, they build new nests each day at dusk, constructing them out of bent branches in a tree or of grasses … Continue reading The Silverback Mountain Gorillas in Uganda

Rwanda Increases Gorilla Permits Tariffs 2017

The Rwanda Development Board on 6th May 2017 announced an increase in the price of Gorilla Permits from US$ 750 to US $1,500 for all visitors effective immediately. A new exclusive package for tourists who wish to book an entire family of gorillas was also introduced at US$ 15,000, and will receive exclusive personalized tour guide services. The Gorilla price increase will not affect tourists … Continue reading Rwanda Increases Gorilla Permits Tariffs 2017

The UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Uganda

The Kasubi Royal Tombs and two of Uganda’s national parks are recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites: the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and the Rwenzori Mountains National Park. The Kasubi Royal Tombs: The Unesco World Heritage-listed Kasubi Royal Tombs are of great significance to the Buganda kingdom as the burial place of its kings and royal family. The huge thatched-roof palace was originally built … Continue reading The UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Uganda