UNESCO Director General to retire in Uganda and participate in the development of the precious heritage sites

There is growing interest in Uganda from the rest of the world, with several people choosing to retire and invest in Uganda. The latest is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) director general, Irina Bokova. “People ask me what I will do when I retire, now I know; I will retire in Uganda and participate in the development of the precious heritage … Continue reading UNESCO Director General to retire in Uganda and participate in the development of the precious heritage sites

Romantic Valentine’s Day Wildlife Safari

Romantic Valentine’s Day Wildlife Safari Many people relish Valentine’s Day and some folks dislike it, but one thing is certain- many people celebrate it! Valentine’s Day is one of the most widely celebrated holidays in the world over, with millions of couples buying chocolate, roses, or going out to a special dinner. But what if you’re bored with the traditional Valentine’s Day routine? Here are … Continue reading Romantic Valentine’s Day Wildlife Safari

Why visit Uganda for your Safari

Why visit Uganda for your Safari Uganda is famously referred to as the Pearl of Africa which is not far from the truth considering for her natural resources combined with a very hospitable population providing a thrilling experience. The main activities that are a must try are; Mountain gorilla tracking and chimpanzee trekking Hike Virunga Volcanoes and the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains Wildlife tour and spotting … Continue reading Why visit Uganda for your Safari

Reasons to go on a Uganda Safari

The Reasons to go on a Uganda Safari. There are plenty of reasons why you should not hesitate for a moment! Start planning that next African safari, here are some my reasons for heading to the dark continent. Watching Wildlife: Uganda is blessed with abundant wildlife species in various wildlife conservation areas managed by Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), the parks offer ‘traditional’ savanna safari along … Continue reading Reasons to go on a Uganda Safari

Days Gorilla Tracking & Wildlife Safari | Uganda Safari | Uganda Tours | Primates Safaris

5 Days Gorilla Tracking & Wildlife Safari 5 Days trip features mountain gorilla tracking in Bwindi forest plus a visit to Queen Elizabeth national park for a guided game drive & boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel. Trip combines the best primate tracking, bird watching, game viewing and nature walks in Uganda. DAY 1– Transfer to Bwindi forest national park Today you will be picked … Continue reading Days Gorilla Tracking & Wildlife Safari | Uganda Safari | Uganda Tours | Primates Safaris

Try a Self-Drive Safari in Uganda for a Thrilling Adventure

Try a Self-Drive Safari in Uganda for a Thrilling Adventure Getting to Uganda, taking up a vehicle and heading out into the unknown is pretty easy. All you have to do is make the arrangements and you will have a vehicle to take you right into the heart of big game territory. However, the important aspect here is to put your trust in a team … Continue reading Try a Self-Drive Safari in Uganda for a Thrilling Adventure

Economic and national security a common objective: UNWTO/WTM Ministerial

Economic and national security a common objective: UNWTO/WTM Ministerial Ministers of Tourism from nearly 60 countries and industry leaders gathered at the Ministers’ Summit organized by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and World Travel Market in London to discuss how to grow cooperation in safe, secure and seamless travel. The inclusion of tourism in crisis and emergency structures, travel advisories, perception and coordination were pointed … Continue reading Economic and national security a common objective: UNWTO/WTM Ministerial

3 Days Bwindi Gorilla Safari Uganda

t Bwindi impenetrable forest is a located in south western Uganda, kanungu district on the edge of the Albertine rift, the western branch of the east African rift valley. Bwindi is one of the most biologically diverse areas on earth, where half the world’s populations of the endangered mountain gorillas live. This thick forest hosts about 120 mammals like forest elephants, antelopes, several primate species … Continue reading 3 Days Bwindi Gorilla Safari Uganda

How to Make A Successful Uganda Safari

Ever dream of seeing an elephant trumpeting its trunk, a lion climbing a tree, or a cheetah sprinting through the grasslands? A Ugandan safari is a thrilling chance to see wild animals going about their daily lives within their natural habitat. Uganda has a huge variety of national parks and wildlife reserves that offer adventurous opportunities to see wildlife up close. A lot of research … Continue reading How to Make A Successful Uganda Safari

The traditional and cultural significance of the Sezibwa falls.

If you are looking for beautiful scenery with a bit of culture and history thrown in while on a Jinja safari in Uganda, the Ssezibwa falls are the perfect place to visit. These magnificent falls are found just about 32km from Kampala in Mukono. It is the perfect place to go to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Everyone needs a … Continue reading The traditional and cultural significance of the Sezibwa falls.