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Gorilla Tracking in Uganda
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP) is best known for its Mountain Gorilla populations and gorilla tracking. There are 4 locations for tracking gorillas in BINP these are Buhoma, Ruhija, Rushaga, and Nkuringo. The 4 locations have a total of about 18 families as of December 2018. Tracking permits must be bought before tracking by booking directly with...
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Queen Elizabeth National Park
The 1978 Square Kilometer Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) is deservedly Uganda’s most popular protected area. It is easy to reach and enjoys a stunning location on the rift valley floor between Lakes Edward and George. Varied habitats epitomise the rift valley vegetative mosaic that tempted our hominid ancestors to migrate from forest to grasslands...
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kidepo valley national park
Kidepo Valley National park usually offers excellent lion and elephant sightings. Herds of up 1,000 buffalo are often encountered. Cheetah are seen with increasing frequency, and it is home to many dry-country species, among them caracal, aardwolf, greater and lesser kudu, mountain reedbuck and Guenther’s dik-dik. Five primate species are present, including the localized patas monkey. Lucky visitors might spot the endangered Rothschild’s giraffe. Best Time for Wildlife Viewing The best time...
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Gorillas in Uganda
Minimum Age to track Gorillas in Uganda , Rwanda and Congo The minimum age  to track gorillas in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo- Gorilla tracking is one of the most carried out tourism activities in Uganda and Rwanda. Each year, so many tourists visit Uganda and Rwanda to have close encounters with these primates that live...
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Lake Mburo National Park
Lake Mburo National Park is a National park located in Nyabushozi County, Kiruhura District near Mbarara in Uganda. Location Lake Mburo National Park is located in Kiruhura District in the Western Region of Uganda, about 30 km (19 mi) east of Mbarara and about 240 km (150 mi) by road west of Kampala. History Lake Mburo was originally gazetted in 1933 as a controlled hunting area and upgraded to a game reserve in 1963. The region...
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Murchison Falls National Park
Murchison Falls National Park (MFNP) is a national park in Uganda and managed by the Ugandan Wildlife Authority. It is in north-western Uganda, spreading inland from the shores of Lake Albert, around the Victoria Nile, up to the Karuma Falls. Together with the adjacent 748 square kilometres (289 sq mi) Bugungu Wildlife Reserve and the 720 square kilometres (280 sq mi) Karuma Wildlife Reserve, the park forms the Murchison...
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kibale forest national park
For a 776 square kilometer piece of land, Kibale Forest National Park is a concentrate of nature located in Kabarole District, in western Uganda; overflowing with flora and fauna, with life, color, sound and activity offering the perfect Uganda safari destination. The park offers the best chimpanzee trekking and chimpanzee habituation experiences, great birding with...
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Covid-19 testing
The Ugandan government will no longer conduct COVID-19 tests for passengers travelling into the country through the Entebbe International Airport, the country’s ministry of health has said. The director-general of health services, Henry Mwebesa, in a statement issued on Wednesday, said the decision was made following a decrease in COVID-19 infections globally. Mr Mwebesa said the government noticed...
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Wildlife Reserve
Pian Upe Game Reserve is one of the largest wildlife conservation areas in Uganda – second only to the Murchison Falls National Park. It is located in the Karamoja region in the northeastern part of Uganda. The reserve covers an area of about 2,788 square kilometers and is found between Kidepo National park and Mount Elgon National Park....
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wildlife reserves
Uganda’s wildlife population has continued to thrive because of her wildlife reserves. Each reserve is home to all forms of wildlife; from mammals like the African elephant and vast primate species to the smallest of rodents. Their views are picturesque with undulating terrains, diverse vegetation coupled with abundant activities to indulge in when you visit...
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facts about Uganda
Fun facts about Uganda- Uganda is a country that is located in East Africa. It is bordered by South Sudan to the north, Kenya to the east, Tanzania to the south, Rwanda to the southwest and Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west. Uganda is a landlocked country with breathtaking landscapes, flora, and fauna....
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Gorilla trekking
Within Uganda, Gorilla trekking is conducted in Bwindi  Impenetrable National Park or in Mgahinga National Park. But because of the inconsistency of gorillas in Mgahinga, majority of the sold permits are for Bwindi NP. In Uganda, every gorilla permit goes for US $ 700. In the past years, April, May and November used to cost...
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gorilla trekking
I say yes, gorilla trekking is worth the money. Many travelers who take part and time to do this activity, can bear witness. the many reviews from various travelers who have done the gorilla trek indicates that gorilla trekking is worth it. Gorilla trekking has unforgettable, magical and life-changing experience worth the penny. Despite the...
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primates in Uganda
The impressive list of primates in Uganda consists of 13 diurnal and six nocturnal species, making Uganda the destination with the highest concentration of primates on the continent. The list includes the mountain gorilla and chimpanzee, taking the most attention from primate safari tourists. Other primates include a golden monkey, de brazza’s monkey, black and white colobus...
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Safari Game Drives
Safari Game drives in Uganda’s national parks is the perfect way of seeing wildlife in the savannah plains. Uganda has lots of mammals and the parks haven’t been much affected by mass tourism. You enjoy the park with a few other travelers which gives you an opportunity to enjoy the park and take as many...
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omicron variant
The Ministry of Health updated the public on the current status of the Omicron Variant, vaccination against COVID-19 and measures to curb the new variant “Omicron” on 02nd December 2021. Overview of COVID-19 in the country To-date, the country has registered 127,485 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 3,252 deaths. Furthermore, the current admissions stand at...
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Tourist attractions in Kenya
Kenya – the name is almost synonymous with the word “safari.” because of the Tourist attractions in Kenya, Few other places on the planet conjure such a spirit of adventure and romance. The diversity of things to do in Kenya dazzles all who visit, and viewing the country’s abundant wildlife tops the list. See throngs...
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Uganda safari
Uganda is a unique Africa safari destination compared to its eastern counterparts. On your Uganda safari holiday, you should expect a more varied landscape from the savannah plains to the rugged western region filled with various game, primates, and unique bird species. General game viewing is excellent year-round, thanks to significant concentrations of wildlife, temperate...
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Uganda apparently has 10 national parks dispersed across it’s various regions. The number could increase or decrease in the nearby future basing on the number of game reserves and forest reserves that the country has. At the moment Murchison Falls National Park is the biggest with Lake Mburo National Park being the smallest. Kidepo Valley...
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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. Large numbers of...
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Tourist attractions in kenya
Tourist attractions in Kenya which is located in the Eastern part of Africa is one of the premier Safari destinations of the world. Unsurprisingly therefore, Kenya was named as ‘Africa’s Leading Destination’, whilst its bustling capital city Nairobi was named ‘Africa’s Leading Business Travel Destination’ during the World Travel Awards 2020  (WTA). The declaration was made...
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Tourism
Yes, Uganda is fully open for tourism along with Entebbe International Airport. Therefore, guests are able to travel to their destinations seamlessly. Presently we are receiving guests with more already on safari enjoying the beautiful landscapes and amazing wildlife encounters in the country. What are the requirements for arriving tourists to Uganda? Arriving tourists should...
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The Packing List for Gorilla Trekking in Uganda is an important topic to cover because anyone intending to see the primates has to consider what to pack at some point. Gorilla trekking is arguably the most exciting wildlife activity in Africa. They are fascinating creatures because they behave and resemble we humans. If you read...
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Alluring  exquisite landscape scenery and various remarkable tourist activities, Kibale Forest National Park and the nearby Ndali-Kasenda Crater Lakes are close to being an independent traveler’s dream. Kibale Forest is highly powerfully and mysteriously attractive to nature lovers who come to view a wide range of forest birds and track chimpanzees and other twelve primate species (the highest on the continent)...
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Uganda visa
Cost of a Uganda Visa A standard Uganda single-entry visa, valid for three months, costs USD 50. Student visas cost USD 20. Multiple-entry visa valid for 12 months, costs USD 100, 24 months visa costs USD 150, and 24-36-months visa costs USD 200. Travelers with a single-entry visa intending to leave and return to Uganda...
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travel advice to Uganda
International travel advice to uganda Land borders are open and commercial flights are operating to and from Uganda. Check with your travel company for the latest information on flights. Be prepared for your plans to change No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice,...
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gorillas in the mist
The Gorillas in the mist in the misted mountains of Uganda, Africa, home to imperial silverback gorilla are quickly becoming the hot and haute destination for the ultimate trip of a lifetime. Blissfully off the beaten path and virtually untouched, the landscape here is nothing short of epic. It includes razorback mountains – the tallest...
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The wildlife of Tanzania refers to the fauna of Tanzania. Tanzania contains some 20 percent of the species of Africa’s large mammal population, found across its reserves, conservation areas, marine parks, and 17 national parks, spread over an area of more than 42,000 square kilometres (16,000 sq mi) and forming approximately 38 percent of the...
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African elephant African elephant is the most intelligent  with a great long-lasting memory. Their high memory allows them to harbor grudges and recognizes long lost friends upon their return. They engage in a greeting ritual as a joyous way of welcoming another elephant. The ritual greetings involves elephants spinning in a circle while flapping their...
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Vulnerable Uganda Rothschild Giraffes Vulnerable Uganda Rothschild Giraffes also are known as the  Baringo giraffes, or Ugandan giraffes inhabit the savanna, grassland, and open woodland. The Rothschild giraffes are the tallest and most vulnerable species of giraffes in the world. They stand at 6 meters in height with an adult weight of up to 2800 pounds....
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Murchison Falls National Park
Murchison Falls National park lies in the north end of the Albertine Rift Valley, . In 1926, the park was gazetted as a game reserve with it being the oldest and largest conservation area with 451 bird species and 76 mammal species. The river Nile runs through the park causing the dramatic Murchison falls are...
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Uganda Wildlife Authority is a body that is in charge of conserving the country’s natural heritage like animals, plants, physical features and ecosystems in general. It has set National Park Regulations that each visitor must follow. All persons that visit the Park must follow regulations set that apply to all the National parks in Uganda in order...
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