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Mountain Gorillas in Uganda

Mountain Gorillas in Uganda are found in the south-western part of Uganda and are commonly known as gentle giants and why? They are big enough in their bodies so they are called giants, but they have a  very kind nature and are not harmful to man, rather very friendly, no wonder it was featured as King Kong in some…

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Lake Bunyonyi

Lake Bunyonyi Lake Bunyonyi is believed to be the second deepest lake in Africa with its deepest end approximately 900m. The lake is dotted with 29 islands. The most prominent of these include the Akampene Island also known as the punishment island, Bushara, Kyahugye, Bwama and Njuyeera, and Bucuranuka. Also the deepest lake in Uganda, home of Otters, crayfish…

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KASUBI TOMBS

The Kasubi Tombs are located 5 kilometers away from the center of Kampala in Kasubi Hill. It is the burial ground/cemetery of 4 of the last Kabakas (Kings) of Buganda). All princes and princesses who are their direct descendants are buried at the back of the main shrine. Built in the 13th century, the Kasubi tombs are just one…

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Namugongo martyrs’shrine

About 15 km east of Kampala city lies the Namugongo martyrs’ shrine where more than 20 catholic and Anglican martyrs were burnt alive on the orders of Kabaka Mwanga in June 1886. Consequently, christians from eastern and central Africa and indeed the world over flock to Namugongo to pay their respects and renew their faith by paying pilgrimage to…

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Dramatic wildLife of Uganda

MOUNTAIN HIKING & DRAMATIC WILDLIFE OF UGANDA LESS CROWDY, MORE PRIVATE AND SCENICALLY REWARDING The Pearl of Africa offers fantastic trekking opportunities to make your  hiking and trekking trip a once-in-a-lifetime experience .While on a combined hiking and wildlife safari, you will be up close and personal with the greatest wildlife and primates. Mt. Rwenzori, the fourth highest mountain…

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Mountain moroto

Irresistible mountain Moroto The air in the bus was quite stale as some of the passengers had been sleeping inside for hours, myself, Cyndee and Paulinas, a brother from the Tapac monastery in Moroto, were seated closely to each other at the back of the bus. Frederic Lepron, a former sports journalist & professional photographer in  Paris and Les…

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Facts about River Nile

9 Interesting Facts About the Nile River The Nile is one of the most famous rivers anywhere on our planet, and rightfully so. While all rivers are important for people and wildlife who live nearby, the Nile looms especially large, both literally and figuratively. The Nile flows north for about 6,650 kilometers (4,132 miles), from the African Great Lakes…

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Things to do in Uganda.

Tourist Attractions and things to do in Uganda. Uganda is a country blessed with remarkable biodiversity and tourist attractions. From the climate, people, national parks, hot springs, waterfalls, sprawling savannahs, snow-peaked mountains, dense forests, rivers and Lakes, Uganda is the most naturally beautiful countries in Africa. For the reasons already mentioned Winston Churchill described her as the “Pearl of…

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The Uganda Sipi Falls

Sipi Falls is a series of three  wateralls in Eastern  Uganda in the district of , Kapchorwa ,northeast of  sironko and Mbale. The waterfalls lie on the edge of  Mount Elgon National Park near the Kenyan border. The Sipi Falls area is the starting point for many hikes up Mt. Elgon. The most popular route starts in  Budadiri and…

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Source of the Nile Bridge goes green

Source of the Nile Bridge went green The road crossing at Jinja is of national and regional significance because it is part of the “Northern Corridor”, a highway across east and central Africa linking the Indian Ocean at Mombasa, Kenya, to the Atlantic Ocean at Matadi, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Embassy of Ireland was delighted to work with Uganda…

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