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Murchsion falls national park

  Introduction March 1864: “A magnificent sight burst suddenly upon us. . . . The fall of water was snow white, which had a superb effect as it contrasted with the dark cliffs that walled the river, while the graceful palms of the tropics and wild plantains perfected the beauty of the view. This was the greatest waterfall of the Nile.” -Sir…

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What Makes Lake Mburo Park Famous

What Makes Lake Mburo National Park Famous What Makes Lake Mburo Nark Park Famous ; Lake mburo national park is a compact gem which is conveniently located close to high way that connects Kampala to the parks of the western part of Uganda. The park has a variety of features that are making it really different from all other…

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Tree climbing lions

  Tree climbing lions. Why they climb & where to see them. The lion is probably the most feared and respected of all African wild animals. This is because it is a super predator that is capable of hunting most of the savannah wildlife for food. Tree climbing lions are probably one of the least understood of the big…

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Things to do and see in the Budongo

Budongo Forest – Murchison Falls Park   Things to do and see in the Budongo Forest   The Budongo Forest Reserve is a large 825km² tract of which 430km² is continuous virgin tropical forest on the southern fringes of Murchison Falls National Park. The Forest is 3½ – 4 hours northwest of Uganda’s capital city Kampala – just beyond…

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5 Best things to do in Mabira forest

Activities to do in mabira forest 5 Best things to do in Mabira forest – Activities to do in Mabira Forest: From Kampala city. the capital city of Uganda, Mabira forest takes about 45 minutes’ drive from Kampala and its he perfect add on to your  Uganda safari. Visiting Mabira forest, is one of the best safari destinations in…

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The Amazing Bwindi Impenetrable

The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP) is in southwestern Uganda.The park is part of the   Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and is situated along the  Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) border next to the   Virunga National Park and on the edge of the Albertine Rift. Composed of 321 square kilometres (124 sq mi) of both montane and lowland forest,…

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20 Unmissable Attractions in Uganda

20 Unmissable Attractions in Uganda From mountains to national parks, hot springs, crater lakes, and everything in between, we’ve rounded up 20 attractions you should definitely check out while in Uganda. Rwenzori Mountains This beautiful snow-capped range of mountains is mountaineering destination. Its unique flora gives travelers a semblance of a fairy tale hiking scene. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park…

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The best time to visit the Pearl

The best time to visit Uganda is during its two dry seasons: between December and February, and between June and August, when conditions are particularly good for trekking to see mountain gorillas and chimpanzees. Game spotting in national parks is also good at this time, as well as between February and March. Always plan a safaris to Uganda with us. For more information please contact us; For our…

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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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