UGANDA IS TOURIST READY

As the world starts to recover from the effects of the pandemic and opening up borders and skies to global tourism, Uganda is boldly stating that it is tourist ready. In an effort to boost tourism in the country there has been a refreshing of its tourism destination brand promise, with the unveiling of a […]

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RWANDA GATUNA BORDER RE-OPENED

In a statement released on twitter – Rwanda will reopen its main border with Uganda on Monday 31st January. This is after the Gatuna  border abruptly closed in 2019, after Rwanda accused Uganda of abducting Rwandans and supporting rebels. Uganda denied the accusation and instead blamed Rwanda of infiltrating its security agencies. Long story short – the […]

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EXPLORE MURCHISON FALLS

Murchison Falls, which was initially named Kabalega Falls, a name stemming from the famous Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom, is one of the best places to see in Uganda. It is the world’s most powerful falls and lies in the north-western part of Uganda surrounded by abundant wildlife. As the Nile River makes its way from its source […]

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COVID-19 HEALTH MEASURES FOR ENTEBBE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

S22/21 COVID-19 HEALTH MEASURES FOR ENTEBBE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT GENERAL (GEN) The Government of the Republic of Uganda has issued the following directives effective October 27, 2021 until further notice on COVID-19 health measures at Entebbe International Airport. All arriving passengers at Entebbe International Airport will be subjected to COVID-19 test, regardless of country of origin […]

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BIRDING IN BWINDI FOREST

Uganda is emphatically the best birding destination in Africa with 50% and 10% of Africa’s and world total bird’s species, respectively. The country is an overlap zone of the western Guinea-Congo basin forest that supports unique species, awarding it with the unsurpassed Birders Haven title, in Africa. Bwindi impenetrable national park, our subject, lies in […]

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UGANDA’S TOP TEN ATTRACTIONS

Uganda the Pearl of Africa, is incredibly gifted by nature; from snow capped mountains, broad and green valleys dubbed the Switzerland of Africa, to hot springs crater lakes, a people that are considered the most hospitable in the region and everything in between. We have put together a short list of unmissable things to do […]

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LIFE WITH THE KARAMAJONG

Excitement built up as our guide announced a detour to the Lorokul Community during a trip in remote Kidepo Valley National Park. We would finally get to meet the passionate Karamojong warriors, arrayed in colorful Shukas whose unique jumping dance is a site to behold! We would finally experience the life with the karamajong! The […]

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