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10 Reasons why hire a Local Guide on a Safari to Uganda

10 Reasons why hire a Local Guide on a Safari to Uganda

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Traveling to a new country may be quite challenging for you to plan your trip, there’s a lot of accommodation facilities, many routes and more so many tourist destinations that you may not well discover on your own. Hiring a local guide will save you a lot of time and energy in planning your Ugandan

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Touring the River Nile in Uganda and its Attractions

Touring the River Nile in Uganda and its Attractions

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Do you know that River Nile is the Longest River in the whole world? Do you know that it moves approximately 4000 miles from Lake Victoria in Uganda up to the Mediterranean Sea? On this page, we give the details about the river in Africa and its Flora and Fauna. The River Nile is a major North-flowing

Top Place To Visit In Uganda For Families With Kids

Top Place To Visit In Uganda For Families With Kids

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Best safari memories are borne through travelling together as one big family. Such family experiences are so intimate because they are shared among the people so close to themselves. A Uganda family safari is an adventure that you will all be happy you undertook and will definitely be that kind of trip, none of you

10 Hiking Tips for Beginners

10 Hiking Tips for Beginners

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Are you looking to taking a hiking safari in Uganda but afraid that you have been on such a trip? Here are some tips for beginners looking to hiking in Uganda, the Pearl of Africa. Before thinking about taking a trip, here are some things to start with; Start small and choose the trail that

Common Means Of Transport Used In Uganda

Common Means Of Transport Used In Uganda

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Moving with in Uganda is so fast and quick, there are many means of transport with which you can reach out to all parts of the country. The country is bordered by Kenya in the east, South Sudan in the north, Tanzania in the south, Rwanda and DRC in the west. Even though the country

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Is Bwindi Gorilla Trekking Worth The Price?

Is Bwindi Gorilla Trekking Worth The Price?

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Mountain gorillas are surviving in only three countries; Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo. Only 900 mountain gorillas population is remaining in the world and Bwindi impenetrable forest alone hosts half of the world’s population. The park is found in southwestern direction of Uganda. Bwindi is a famous spot for spectacular gorilla trekking experience

Best Time To Take a Road Trip In Uganda

Best Time To Take a Road Trip In Uganda

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Uganda is a bio-diverse country, that’s why it was named by Churchill as the pearl of Africa. Despite of the diversity, it has two seasons i.e. wet season and the dry season that are experienced through the entire year. However, guide and road trips in Uganda are conducted throughout the year with no regards in

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4 Best Nature Photography Destinations in Uganda

4 Best Nature Photography Destinations in Uganda

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Uganda has some of the best nature photography destinations, in simple term it is a photographer’s paradise. Most travelers fly to Uganda to trek the rare mountain gorillas in Mgahinga gorilla national park and bwindi impenetrable forest national park and these parks are one of the best nature photography destinations in Uganda. Uganda offers a

Top 4 Best Things To Do In fort Portal

Top 4 Best Things To Do In fort Portal

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Fort Portal Town is located in Western Uganda on the foothills of Rwenzori ranges and the main town of Kabarole District. Fort Portal is often referred to as the “tourism city of Uganda” and popular for its cleanliness and magnificent scenery not found in any other town in Uganda. Fort portal is dotted with numerous

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Top Things To See & Do in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Top Things To See & Do in Queen Elizabeth National Park

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Queen Elizabeth National Park is undeniably one of Uganda’s most magnificent protected areas that shouldn’t miss out in your travel plan. It was founded 1952 making it one of the oldest conservation areas. It covers an area of about 1978 square kilometers making it second biggest savanna grassland national park in Uganda. The park is