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Murchison Falls National Park formerly called Kabalega National Park is located at the end of the Albertine rift valley, Murchison falls national park is Uganda’s largest Conservation Area. The park spread over 3840 sq km and includes Karuma-Bugunju wildlife reserve and Budongo eco-forest where you have a chance to track chimpanzees. Murchison Falls National Park […]

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  The Kasubi Tombs is one of the oldest historical sites in Uganda; it is located at a village called “KASUBI” almost 7.6km from the capital of Uganda Kampala. This is the place where four Kabakas (Kings of Buganda) were buried and some other individuals of the royal family. It is also one of the […]

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  Queen Elizabeth National park is undoubtedly the most visited National Park in Uganda. With almost 1,978sqkms large, the park boasts the magical wildlife attractions with its tree climbing lions of isasha. Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in the South-Western Part of Uganda, about 410km north of the country’s capital KAMPALA. Queen Elizabeth National […]

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Kidepo valley national park Kidepo enjoys the status of being the true African wilderness. Because the park has some of the most beautiful African savannah landscape sceneries dotted with acacia, rock kopjes,swamps, which make it a great location for nature photographers. The park covers 1442 sq. kmwith altitude range from 914 in the narus valley […]

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SECRETS TO YOUR GOLDEN MONKEY TRACKING SAFARI IN UGANDA AND RWANDA – The only place to find golden monkeys in the whole world is in the Virunga mountains. There are two national parks where you can go to see golden monkeys that have been habituated for tourism. That is Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in southwestern […]

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  Virunga National Park In the eastern part of Democratic Republic of Congo. It’s a world where living things spring to life: the cooling tropical forest ambience, active volcanoes beckon, the silverback gorilla boasts and the birds sing their songs of welcome. The story of the park Virunga national park is a UNESCO world heritage […]

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The 2nd largest country in Africa, Democratic republic of Congo also called DR Congo is located in central Africa in the Congo forest basin. The capital city Kinshasha is found in the western part of the country towards the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Because DR Congo is a large country, it has potential for […]

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 Walking safari in Lake Mburo National Park Lake Mburo national park is the best of all savannah parks in Uganda to undertake a walking safari.  Visitors can walk on foot with the help of armed rangers to spot zebras, impalas, waterbucks, giraffes,  topi, eland and even hyena. Bush walks are possible because Lake Mburo has […]

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Uganda wildlife authority identify about 5 prides of Lions that have a behavior of climbing fig trees in Ishasha wilderness, Queen Elizabeth National Park. This park receives the highest number of visitors in Uganda because of its combination of activities such as game drive safari, boat cruise on Kazinga channel and chimp trekking. Among the […]

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Primate trekking are tours that allow travelers observe great apes such as mountain gorillas and chimpanzees and primates in their natural habitat. These apes and primates live in tropical rainforests of Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo. Unlike game drive safaris, primate trekking involves hiking on foot into tropical forests searching for instance mountain […]

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