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On an African safari, is gorilla trekking worth it?

Most of the wildlife holiday vacations, probably lead to Africa. Trotters from all over the world flock the continent to venture into the natural wonders that it is blessed with. And doubtlessly, gorilla trekking weighs much more than any other activity on an…


New Travel Experience In Kisoro

In the south western part is where Kisoro district is situated right at the border of Uganda and Rwanda. It is with no doubt that this district is one of blessed districts endowed with real natural beauty. For anyone who has visited Kisoro…


6 Most Spectacular Waterfalls in East Africa

While majority head to the national parks to see wildlife or mainly to relax, chill in beaches on other hand, you will need to discover something rare from the usual and a visit to East Africa is the best answer for this. Where…


Lake Nabugabo Beach, Camping and Birding

With the District of Masaka in Central Uganda lies the small freshwater Lake referred as Lake Nabugabo, the satellite Lake of the renowned Lake Victoria and is only 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) away from the shores of this vast Lake. With a total…


Camping Tips for Family Safari in Uganda

Ever thought of undertaking a family trip to Uganda? Do you know of some tips that can help you have the most successful vacation? Planning for camping safaris in Uganda is ideally the most challenging thing in life as it involves planning for…


No More Discounted Gorilla Permits In Uganda For 2018

Uganda is a haven to more than half the World’s population of Mountain Gorillas with more than 400 individuals and 15 habituated Gorilla Families being in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and only 80 individuals as well as only one Habituated Gorilla Family (known…


The Interesting Bakiga Culture in Uganda

The Bakiga are one of the numerous tribes you will encounter during your safari in western Uganda and are found within the Kigezi sub-region originally covering areas of Kabale, Kinkizi and Rukungiri district as well as several counties including Rubanda, Ndorwa and Rukiga.…


Uganda Wildlife Education Center

While most tourists to Uganda prefer visiting the National Park and Wildlife Reserves to explore the wildlife and bird species, a near yet endowed site exists within the shores of Lake Victoria in Entebbe to offer up-close encounter with what most Parks may…


Tracking Oruzogo Gorilla Family in Ruhija

Tracking The Oruzogo Gorilla Family Within Ruhija Sector Of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Oruzogo is one of the four gorilla families found within Ruhija sector, in the eastern side of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The other two families are Bitukura, Bikingi and Kyaguriro…


Unesco World Heritage Sites in Uganda

Uganda straddles in East Africa and it is bordered by Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Sudan, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It features as the second most famous landlocked state in the globe after Ethiopia. In the southern side of Uganda,…