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Tourism in Uganda

Uganda is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa. With its dense misty forests, snow-peaked mountains, glassy lakes and sprawling savannas, it’s no wonder Winston Churchill dubbed this wonderful country the ‘pearl of Africa’. While mountain gorillas are the allure for many visitors, there’s an astounding variety of attractions for tourists. A land that’s painted in 1,001 shades of…

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Budongo Forest

Get to know about Budongo forest. The Budongo Forest in Uganda is northwest of the capital city Kampala on the way to   Murchsion Falls National Park, and is located on the escarpment northeast of Lake Albert. It is known for its former abundance of  East African mahogany. trees as well as being home to a population of chimpanzees. An…

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KATONGA WILDLIFE RESERVE

What you have to know about Katongo WildLife Reserve. KATONGA WILDLIFE RESERVE DESCRIPTION AND MANAGEMENT HISTORY Katonga Wildlife Reserve with an area of 207 square kilometers was gazetted in 1964 as a game reserve, to serve as a corridor for migrating wildlife from Western Uganda to Tanzania and Sudan. It became a Wildlife Reserve in 1996 when the former…

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GORILLA TRACKING IN MGAHINGA

Get to know about Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is located in the southwestern Uganda on the border with Congo and Rwanda. Covering an area of about 33.7 sq kilometers, the park is a habitat for man’s closest, the mountain gorillas which roam about the whole forest in search for food. This park is one of…

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Toro Semliki WildLife Reserve

What you have to know about Toro Semliki WildLife Reserve. BACKGROUND Toro Semliki Wildlife Reserve was established as a game reserve in 1926  and was among the first protected areas to be gazetted. The main reason was to protect the large numbers of Uganda Kobs in the area. It covers an area of 542 km2. It is located in…

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Semuliki National Park

Did you know about Semuliki National Park? Semuliki National Park, is located in Bwamba County, a remote part of the  Bundibugyo District in the  Western Region of Uganda . It was made a national park in October 1993 and is one of Uganda’s newest national parks.219 km2 (85 sq mi) of East Africa’s only lowland tropical rainforest is found in the…

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Kibale National Park

Don’t miss out on  this good information about; Kabale national park, Size: 795km2 Kibale is highest at the park’s northern tip, which stands 1,590m above sea level. The lowest point is 1,100m on the floor of the Albertine Rift Valley to the south. 351 tree species have been recorded in the park, some rise to over 55m and are over 200 years…

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Kibale Forest National Park

What you need to know about Kibale Forest National Park . Kibale Forest National Park is one of the best safari destinations in Africa for chimpanzee trekking safaris and has the highest number and diversity of primates in East Africa. There are 13 species of primates including chimpanzees living within its 795km2 land cover with the most beautiful and most diversified…

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Karuma Wildlife Reserve

  Situated in Kiryandongo district (former Masindi district) in the western side of Uganda is Karuma and stands at an elevation of 902 meters/2959.32 feet above sea level. What makes this spectacular wildlife Reserve stand out is the roaring Karuma waterfalls located on the breathtaking Victoria Nile and makes it a must see attraction on a Ugandan Safari. The…

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Lake Mburo National Park

What you might not know about Lake Mburo National Park. PARK AT A GLANCE Size: 370km2 Altitude: 1,220m – 1,828m above sea level Wetland habitats comprise 20% of the park’s surface The parks’ precarious past has seen wildlife virtually eliminated several times: firstly in various attempts to rid the region of tsetse flies, then to make way for ranches, and finally as…

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