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  Kigali is one of the best east African cities to spend a vacation. For two decades after the Rwanda genocide against Tutsi in 1994, Kigali city has managed to attract visitors due to several landmarks and genocide museums that are worth visiting. Mount Kigali offers exclusive view of the city. Kigali is the capital […]

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  You are considering taking a trip to Uganda the pearl of Africa. But you are looking for someone who can arrange a customized itinerary with an opportunity to view as much wildlife as possible. Yes, you need a genuine tour operator who can assist you. How can you do it. Briefly, let’s ponder on […]

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  There are now more than 1000 mountain gorillas living in mountainous tropical rainforest national parks in Uganda, Rwanda and DR Congo. Gorilla tourism and conservation have helped gorillas recover from extinction. And today mountain gorillas are well protected and those which have been habituated and can be visited by tourists in 4 national parks […]

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  Lake Buyonyi is situated near Bwindi impenetrable forest and Mgahinga, therefore many visitors spend overnight on its shores to relax and chill after a long day of gorilla tracking. Reaching the depth of 900 meters, Lake Bunyonyi is the second deepest lake in Africa and lies at 1,962 meters above sea level. A beautiful […]

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CULTURAL SAFARIS Destination East Africa is most famous for wildlife and nature tourism especially in Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania. Wildlife parks and reserves are the most visited for wildlife viewing activities such as gorilla trekking, game drives, boat rides, hot air balloon safaris. However, it’s also rich in culture and heritage because there are […]

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East Africa which includes Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania is an ideal destination for family holidays. Our range of family wildlife holidays are tailor-made to offer everything for families traveling. From selecting national parks with special activities and experiences to the best family friendly safari lodges. Whether you are visiting Uganda or any other destination, […]

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Uganda re-opens airport for international travelers as stated by the president in an address on Sunday 20th/sept/2020. Below is the president’s full speech: Right from the 18th of March,2020, when I made the first broadcast on the issue of the global pandemic of covid-19, I told you the two characteristics of this disease. The two […]

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One of the greatest animal migrations in the world is the annual wildebeest migration across Serengeti ecosystem between Tanzania and Kenya. It features more than 1.5 million wildebeests, 500,000 zebras, 200,000 Thompson’s gazelles and 18,000 elands, making the journey in search of greener pastures between Serengeti National park in Tanzania and Masai Mara wildlife reserve […]

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  VISISTING SIPI FALLS Sipi falls is found in Kapchorwa District, on the foot hills of Mountain Elgon, just at the edge of MT Elgon National park next to the border of Kenya and Uganda, approximately about 277km from Uganda’s capital city(Kampala). Sipi is composed of 3 waterfalls, all flowing at different altitudes. These falls […]

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UGANDA WILDLIFE AUTHORITY RE-OPENS ALL TOURISTS PARKS IN UGANDA Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) announced that all National Tourism Parks are now open for visitors. In a declaration announcement, the re-opening followed consultations with different invest-ins and operators. Now Uganda is looking forward to re-open boarders and airport. The re-opening of other primate parks came at […]

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