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Lunch in the Park

Lunch in the Park, is one kind of activity that one should plan for especially, in this Christmas season. Surely, it such a luxurious experience. The scenario of you being on a safari trip, relaxing with nature, and indulging in delicious foods and wine without lifting a finger, is yet another amusement. There’s nothing quite like a park dinner,…

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7 Days Trip to Western Uganda

7 Days Trip to western Uganda, below is the detailed itenary for the exciting safari waiting ahead. DAY 1: Set off from Kampala to Fort Portal Begin the journey from Kampala and drive Fort Portal in Western Uganda. Experience different towns, scenery and tea plantations along the route. Make stops along the way to enjoy the beautiful views. On…

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7 days Safari through Uganda

7 Days Safari through Uganda, is one kind of Safari that will summarize, the entire beauty in Uganda commonly known as, The Pearl of Africa. In here, we unfold the entire itenary for the, whole 7 days while you enjoy yourself in Uganda. DAY 1: ARRIVAL AT ENTEBBE AIRPORT On your arrival at the airport, depending on the flight…

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Boat cruise at Kazinga

Boat cruise at Kazinga, is a whole new experience to all, the visitors that come to Africa. The Kazinga Channel is a wide, 32-kilometre-long freshwater channel that links Lake Edward  to its smaller neighbor, Lake George. Boat cruises are the best way to immerse yourself, in the plethora of wildlife that lives in and around the Kazinga Channel. As well…

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Incredible Facts About Rhinos

Rhinos—with their awe-inducing presence and unique appearance—are some of the most fascinating animals on the planet. They’re massive and look prehistoric, almost as if you’re looking at a dinosaur in real time. And sadly, their fate is bordering on that of the dino as they are one of the most threatened species on the planet. To celebrate the majestic mammal of World Rhino…

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Lions in the park

Lions in the park, are the largest and most imposing carnivore in Africa. A  Lion   is one kind of animal that has strong, compact bodies and powerful forelegs, teeth and jaws for pulling down and killing prey. Their coats are yellow-gold, and adult males have shaggy manes that range in color from blond to reddish-brown to black. The length…

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African Antelopes Found in Uganda

African Antelopes You’ll Find in Uganda The most number of antelope species inhabit the African continent. Speaking of the major African Antelope species, they include Wildebeest, Roan, Waterbuck, Eland, Gerenuk, Steenbok, Nyala, Klipspringer, Kudu, Lechwe, Springbok, Sable Antelope, Tsessebe, Impala or Uganda Kob, and Oryx. The antelope is a deer-like mammal found in Africa, Asia and parts of the Americas. It is a…

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Facts about the big 5

Facts about the big 5, are numerous because these are animals, from the experience of the wild hunters, they termed them the big 5. The term  Big Five  refers, to the five animals most difficult to hunt on foot. The lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo were the five large African mammal species, that were known to hunters as…

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Antelopes in Murchison Falls National Park

Antelopes in Murchison, at a glance Although Murchison Falls National Park is known for larger mammals, it is home to a huge range of antelope. There are 91 antelope species, and they vary greatly in size. Antelopes are known for their long, slender legs which give them great speed. Uganda is home to 29 species of antelope, and many can be found at…

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TOP 10 FACTS ABOUT ELEPHANTS

1. THEY’RE THE WORLD’S LARGEST LAND ANIMAL The African elephant is the world’s largest land mammal – with males on average measuring up to 3m high and weighing up to 6 tonnes. Males only reach their full size at 35-40 years – that’s well over half their lifespan as wild elephants can live for up to 60-70 years. And…

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