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  • The Batwa experience in Uganda

    The Batwa experience in Uganda

    Who are the Batwa? Batwa pygmies are previously a fully hunter-gatherer tribe who lived in caves and trees of the forests for hundreds of years. They are restricted to the mountain range areas of Bwindi impenetrable national park and the Virunga massif. Most of the pygmies have a height on average less than 150 cm (4 ftRead More »
  • 3 Days Lake Mburo National Park and Kampala city tour – short wildlife safari tour

    3 Days Lake Mburo National Park and Kampala city tour – short wildlife safari tour

    This 3 Days Uganda safari tour takes you to Kampala Uganda’s capital city as well as the main commercial centre of Uganda and Uganda’s closest National Park of all the 10 parks in the country; Lake Mburo National Park Uganda. Uganda’s capital Kampala is boarded by Lake Victoria; Africa’s largest fresh water lake and theRead More »
  • No Ebola case confirmed in Uganda

    No Ebola case confirmed in Uganda

    No Ebola case confirmed in Uganda despite the virus outbreak in the neighboring country of the Democratic Republic of Congo that borders Uganda in the West. The ministry of health has re assured the public that there is no confirmed case of Ebola in Uganda though deaths have been reported in Congo. Western Uganda isRead More »
  • How to spend your 3 days holiday in Uganda- Jinja & Kampala city tour

    How to spend your 3 days holiday in Uganda- Jinja & Kampala city tour

    Are you on a holiday in Uganda? and you’re wondering how to spend these 3 days! The answer is right here! Here is a 3 days Kampala and Jinja city tour for you to enjoy. Uganda’s capital; Kampala is the national and commercial capital city, bordering Africa’s largest fresh water lake; Victoria. Kampala city isRead More »
  • 2-day Uganda adventure safari to Murchison Falls National Park Uganda

    2-day Uganda adventure safari to Murchison Falls National Park Uganda

    Murchison Falls is a true master piece if Nature where you realize the anger of River Nile. In a small space, the River Nile water squeezes itself through the Albertine gorge as it makes its way towards Egypt. The river is 50 meters wide and goes through a 7-meter-wide gorge plunging down 45 meters, creatingRead More »
  • Did you know you can enjoy your Uganda safari even during the low season?

    Did you know you can enjoy your Uganda safari even during the low season?

    What is the best time to visit Uganda for a Uganda safari tour? March to May and October to November – Low Season In the months of March, April and May, Uganda experiences the its heaviest rainfall. These months are known as months of the low season in Uganda due the heavy rains. Shorter rainsRead More »
  • Uganda Safari activities done in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary-Uganda wildlife safari

    Uganda Safari activities done in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary-Uganda wildlife safari

    Rhino trekking Being the only spot where you can view southern White Rhinos, you should try this for at least once in your life time. Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is equipped with well-trained rangers who guide you during your Uganda Rhino Trekking safari to a place where the rhinos will be. It’s really magnificent watching theseRead More »
  • ZIWA RHINO SANCTUARY- The big five Uganda wildlife safari animals

    ZIWA RHINO SANCTUARY- The big five Uganda wildlife safari animals

    “The proud home of Rhinos in Uganda” Have you ever visualized being to any Rhino sanctuary? Arise in here and learn something about the proud home of the only wild Rhinos in Uganda; Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Rhinos are one of the big five wild game. Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is situated in Nakasongola district along theRead More »
  • 1-day Trip to Lake Mburo National Park Uganda

    1-day Trip to Lake Mburo National Park Uganda

    Lake Mburo National Park is positioned in Western Uganda. Lake Mburo National Park is the closet national park from Kampala for a quick Uganda wildlife safari compared to all the national parks in Uganda. From Kampala, Uganda capital, the park is just a short drive of about 4 hours (227.5 km) via Masaka Rd and Mbarara-MasakaRead More »
  • The Mega season 3 Rolex Festival is loading! Just don’t miss

    The Mega season 3 Rolex Festival is loading! Just don’t miss

    When people hear the word ‘Rolex’ what runs in their mind is a Swiss Luxury Watch! But in Uganda “Rolex” is some tasty street food. The word ‘Rolex’ comes from the idea that chapati and the omelette are rolled together. Rolex is a popular delicacy in Uganda which is a combination of an egg, onionsRead More »
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