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Uganda gorilla tours

End of Discounted Gorilla Permits in Uganda

With effect from 30th November 2017, the discounted gorilla permits will be no more in Uganda to those coming for gorilla trekking . Since...
Hotels in Uganda

Pearl of Africa Hotel Kampala

On 2nd October 2017, Ugandans were filled with great joy and excitement with the opening of another five-star hotel “the pearl of Africa” on...
Kampala city Festival

Kampala City Carnival 2017

Only 5 days to the long a waited Kampala city festival, all Ugandans, East Africans and travelers from all over world are yet to...
Tracking tips and guidelines

Gorilla Trekking Rules & Regulations

At the start of every gorilla tracking day, all travelers attend a simple briefing about the rules, regulations and guidelines while with the gorillas...
My uganda

Community tourism a way forward for Uganda

Uganda having been looked at as a unique and potential tourism destination by travelers from all parts of the world, the promotion of community-based...
rice in uganda

Rice Prices Shoot High

With the high inflation in Uganda shooting upto 6.68 % this year, the prices of all food stuffs have increased. It's increasingly becoming very...
Real estate business

Real Estate Businesses In Uganda

Dealing in selling, renting and buying of land, houses and apartments, real estate business has presently become a major area of business in Uganda....
Education in uganda

Education in Uganda

Education being one of the millennium development goals, Uganda has considered it as one of the key priorities to invest in. Uganda’s education started...

FAQS on Gorilla Trekking in Africa

How can you differentiate a mountain gorilla to other gorillas? On the look, the mountain gorillas are more grey than brown, are covered with...
Hiking Rwenzori mountains

Rwenzori Mountain National Park

The Rwenzori Mountain is the utmost mountain range in the whole of Africa, with 6 glacial peaks that include Mount Speke, Mount Stanley, Mount...
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What the government can learn from Covid-19 lockdown to improve domestic tourism

Tourism is the leading foreign exchange earner for Uganda but unfortunately the sector has been severely hit by the Coronavirus pandemic. The suspension of...

Covid-19: Uganda plans to reopen for foreign tourists

The Covid-19 pandemic has taken its toll on almost every sector in Uganda and the tourism industry has not been spared too. However, with...

What are the friendliest and the most feared tribes in Uganda

Uganda has got over 50 tribes living within her boundaries. The diversity of Ugandan tribes does not stop in their number but also in...