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Things to do in Kidepo
Kidepo Valley National Park is dry hot & isolated, yet spectacular magnificent, and virgin, waiting to be discovered. It’s known for its distinctive composition of wild game, co-existing with dry mountain forests, open savannah, and hilltops capped by rock. Located in the Karamoja region in the north, Kidepo is 1442 sq km in size bordered...
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Visiting Murchison Falls
While at Murchison Falls National Park, your Game Safari will be a memorable one if you got to know these things before entering the park to avoid any disappointments. Murchison Falls National Park became one of Uganda’s national parks in 1962 and is a size of 3840 sq km which makes it the biggest. The...
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Things to do in Rwanda
Rising from the darkness of the 1990s, Rwanda has emerged as one of the top tourist destinations in Africa. People from all around the world come to Rwanda to experience the natural beauty of birds, gorillas, chimps and the big 5 safari animals among others. While Rwanda is small in size compared to most countries...
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Ssese Islands
For most travellers from all over the world, these places have been considered to be the best places to visit in Entebbe. They have been rated according to the reviews on various social platforms like Trip-advisor, Facebook & others. UWEC Entebbe Zoo The Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC), located along the shoreline in Entebbe ~...
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Things To Do In Jinja
There are so many things to do in Jinja and this is why it truly is the adventure capital of East Africa. From relaxing activities like boat cruises on Lake Victoria to the extreme adrenaline lightning of rafting or bungee jumping, Jinja does live up to its name. As the source of the Nile, Jinja’s...
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Tree Climbing Lions
The Tree climbing lions of Ishasha are one of the incredible highlights of visiting Queen Elizabeth National Park for wildlife viewing tours. The Ishasha Sector is a remote area in the southwestern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda’s most popular & most visited park by tourists from all corners of the world. Those who venture...
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East Africa Tourist Visa
The East Africa Tourist Visa will allow you to travel between Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda with the same multiple entry visa. This visa is the result of a joint initiative made by the Heads of States of the respective partner countries to boost regional travel and create opportunities for tourists to explore the diversity of...
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The Batwa People
The Batwa people are a hunter-gatherer tribe that lived in the forests of western Uganda until the 1990s when these areas became national parks. Affectionately, they are referred to as the keepers of the forest. The Batwa have a culture of coexisting perfectly with the forest ecosystem and their life in the forest didn’t have...
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The top attractions in Uganda are highly regarded by both locals and foreign tourists for authentic Uganda Safari Experiences. Uganda lives up to its nickname – the pearl of Africa, and this is because of the diverse beauty one can explore and discover in Uganda. The warm and sunny days, tasty foods, stunning landscapes, and...
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Ugandan Rolex
Rolex is a popular Ugandan recipe or street food (snack) that is enjoyed by all people rich or poor. It involves eating a chapatti combined with fried eggs and some tomatoes, onions & cabbage. Uganda is well known for its tasty dishes from all the cultures and tribes, but none come close in popularity to the Rolex. This is...
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Facts About Uganda
Uganda, just like any other East African Country has a lot of interesting facts and most of which may contribute to its lush green scenery, fascinating landscapes, and much more. A number of attractions including national parks, lakes, rivers, forests, and monuments, can be found in this landlocked country. Where else would you find one...
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Popular African Recipes
The best way to enjoy your Safari Holiday in Africa is getting to taste one of these popular African recipes locally prepared and very tasty leaving you with good memories. Most African countries grow their own food on countryside farms and then it’s sold in local markets. You will rarely find stores/supermarkets selling ‘real food’...
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