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How to book gorilla trek tour in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo

Uganda gorilla safari, Uganda gorilla tour - seeing mountain gorillas in Biwindi

Quick information on booking gorilla trek tour, booking gorilla tour , buying gorilla safaris, gorilla trek permit in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo. How to book a gorilla trek tour in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo Choose your gorilla trekking or gorilla tracking destination Mountain gorillas can only be found in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (60%…

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Uganda Safe for Tourists Despite Fighting in Nearby Congo

Revised in August 2019. Uganda Very Safe for Tourists Despite Fighting in Nearby Congo Uganda is safe for tourists despite fighting in  some parts of DRC. There is no fighting in any area of Uganda, no war in Uganda and there has been no terrorism since 2010 in Uganda. The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA)  has…

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6 Things you must not miss on Lake Mburo National Park Safari

Lake Mburo National Park is a compact gem, located conveniently close to the highway that connects Kampala to the parks of western Uganda (about 4 hours driving from Kampala). It is the smallest of Uganda’s savannah national parks and underlain by ancient Precambrian metamorphic rocks which date back more than 500 million years. This 260km2…

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ELEPHANT ELECTROCUTED AT QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK

ELEPHANT ELECTROCUTED AT QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK Ezaruku Draku Franklin (URN) An adult bull elephant was Monday morning discovered dead in Mweya Peninsula of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Uganda Wildlife Authority Public Relations Manager Jossy Muhangi says that the carcass of the 35-year-old elephant was found lying near a ground transformer with cables attached to…

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Uganda Wildlife Authority opens up road to King Rwenzururu’s burial site

Uganda Wildlife Authority opens up road to King Rwenzururu’s burial site The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has embarked on a programme to open a road that leads to the first king of the Rwenzururu Kingdom in the Rwenzori Mountains. Late Isaya Mukirania Kyibanzanga I, who led the Bakonzo and the Bamba in a rebellion in…

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The Batwa Trail in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

The Batwa Trail in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Batwa Trail is a community based tour product developed by the Batwa community near Bwindi in conjunction with the Uganda Wildlife Authority and Pearls of Uganda an NGO:- It starts at the base of Mt Muhavura at 8.00 am and finishes by 3-4 pm. You’ll need walking…

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Uganda‬ Safe for tourists, Calm and remains a Hospitable Country to visit

Uganda‬ Safe for tourists, Calm and remains a Hospitable Country to visit Despite having insecurity in neighboring DRC and South Sudan, Uganda‬ safe for tourists. There has been no harm to any tourists in Uganda as of yet. International and some local media have carried stories to the effect that there are specific terror threats targeting…

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Construction of Uganda Martyrs Shrine Museum Commences

Construction of Uganda Martyrs Shrine Museum Commences The construction of Uganda Martyrs Museum in Namugongo yesterday picked steam with Uganda president Yoder Muse Venice donating shs.410m during a special service for fundraising and laying its foundation stone. The shs 36bn multipurpose complex Museveni was told, is expected to be built in phases with its tentative…

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The Batwa Trail in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Batwa experience

Bwindi batwa experience Batwa pygmies Uganda batwa trail

The Batwa Trail in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Batwa experience The Batwa Trail is a community based tour product developed by the Batwa community near Bwindi in conjunction with the Uganda Wildlife Authority and Pearls of Uganda an NGO. This is giving way for the Batwa experience, a much-enjoyed tourist activity in Bwindi. It starts…

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UGANDA MINISTRY OF TOURISM ESTABLISHES TOURISM STOPOVERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY

UGANDA MINISTRY OF TOURISM ESTABLISHES TOURISM STOPOVERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY Uganda Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities is setting up tourism stopovers to provide uniform information about the country. The centres will provide washrooms and information board about a particular region and centres of attraction in that region. The process includes profiling the area and…

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