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The Three Horned Chameleon

  Located in western Uganda near the Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo border lays the famous Rwenzori Block Mountains. These are ranges of Block Mountains that were formed from the great faulting works of the Great Rift Valley. The peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains are snow capped and have various glacial features that usually result from glacial erosion….

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Jackson’s horned chameleon

What did you know about the three- horned chameleon ? Jackson’s chameleon, Jackson’s horned chameleon, three-horned chameleon, or Kikuyu three-horned chameleon (Trioceros jacksonii) is a species of chameleon (family Chamaeleonidae) native to East Africa. Jackson’s chameleons are sometimes called three-horned chameleons because males possess three brown horns: one on the nose (the rostral horn) and one above each superior orbital ridge above the…

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The River Nile Murchison Falls

Did you know the World’s most powerful falls ? Murchison Falls is the most powerful in the world. Here in Murchison Falls Park, you see the power of the Nile unleashed as the River pours down the western Rift Valley Escarpment. Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s best-known and biggest nature reserve, and its impressive animal populations and superb…

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About Murchison Falls in Uganda

  Murchison Falls National park is situated in the northern part of Albertine Rift Valley,  place where the massive Bunyoro escarpment amalgamate into the enormous plains of Acholi land. It is well known to be one of Uganda’s ancient conservation areas. In 1926, it was known as a game reserve set up to protect the savannah grassland that was…

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Where to find bush babies in Uganda

Did you know in Uganda where bush babies are found; In Uganda, you will find them in Kibale national park and in the impenetrable Bwindi forests, and there are those dwarf bush babies that have been seen in Lake Mburo national park and also, many of them found a home in Queen Elizabeth national parks. Please contact us for our safaris; For our premade safaris. Check…

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10 interesting facts about the bushbaby

  Many African tribes are superstitious about the little Bushbabies or Galagos of Africa – its laughing, chattering sounds are attributed to a mysterious giant snake with a feathered head, arrayed in rainbow colours, which kills evil intruders by pecking a neat hole in their head!  Here are 10 interesting facts about this little primate 1. Bush Babies are…

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Bush babies

Did you  anything about bush babies ? Bush babies, also called galagos, are small, saucer-eyed primates that spend most of their lives in trees. At least 20 species of galago are known, though some experts believe many are yet to be discovered. Also known as nagapies, which means “night monkeys” in Afrikaans, all galagos are considered nocturnal. Along with…

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Interesting facts about tourism in Uganda

  The keystone of the new industry became Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. With more than 300 Mountain Gorillas, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park has approximately half of the world’s population of Mountain Gorillas(Gorilla trekking safaris). About three-quarters of Uganda’s tourists are from other African countries. For our safaris please contact us For our ready safaris. Check through   Spread The Love

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10 Reasons Why You Should Visit Uganda

  There are so many reasons one should explore Uganda. Sir Winston Churchill was so much in awe of the country he called it the “pearl of Africa.” Read on to find out why you should visit this unique fairy tale country. You can enjoy the African Sun all year round Uganda’s sun blazes all year round. Having said…

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