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Visit Uganda with Twende Expeditions
Travelling to a new country can be both exciting and frustrating at the same time. To kick out the frustration and ensure you only experience the exciting part, we have come up with 5 tips to ease your experience for first time travelling to Uganda. Get a Yellow Fever Vaccine In early 2016, the government...
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Nyege Nyege Tickets A full festival pass includes four days of music and gives you access to the festival. For tickets click here. You must have a valid Festival Ticket as well as a campsite pass to enter the campsite. 4 day pre pitched comfortable tent packages (for 1 or 2 people with comfortable new mattresses)...
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Nyege Nyege Music Festival
The Nyege Nyege Festival is by Talent Africa Group, a reknown events company based in kampala, Uganda. Nyege nyege stands for peace, love, and abundant joy, for underground music and musicians in Africa, from Africa or with a deep interest in getting to know the continent better, it stands for fun and curiosity and pushing...
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Gorilla trekking Uganda vs rwanda
First of all, Gorilla Trekking is on every traveler’s bucket list for things to do in East Africa. According to current estimates, there are approximately 880 mountain gorillas remaining in the wild. Additionally, the Mountain gorillas live in family groups in the Virunga Mountains which straddle Rwanda, Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo, and Bwindi...
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Gorilla trekking and tracking in Uganda, Rwanda
The Gorilla trekking guidelines are essential for anyone planning on tracking mountain Gorillas in Uganda, Rwanda or the D.R -Congo. These rules cut across the 3 countries where you can do the activity. Most of these are adopted from a post by the Uganda Wildlife Authority “Gorilla Rules” plus some more information. This is the...
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Gorilla
Social Structure Gorillas are non-territorial and live in groups called troops that generally consist of 1 to 4 adult males (called silverbacks), some juvenile males (called black-backs), several adult females and young.The oldest and strongest adult male silverback is usually dominant in the troop and has exclusive breeding rights to females.Adolescent females transfer to another...
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Ugandan kob
National antelope-Ugandan kob is, however, a subspecies of an antelope that lives in sub-Saharan Africa. This type of antelope also stays in flat areas, close to a permanent water source with a stable climate. Kobus kob thomasi is its scientific name, and this type of kob appears on the Uganda coat of Arms. The Ugandan kob...
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Mgahinga Gorilla national park
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is part of a larger ecosystem. The Virunga conservation area (434 sq. km) which includes two adjacent parks in Rwanda and Congo. Mgahinga sits high in the clouds, at an altitude 0f 2227m – 4127m. Additionally, It was formed to protect the rare mountain gorillas that inhabit its dense forests, and...
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Bwindi Forest National Park
Bwindi impenetrable national park in uganda is home to half of the world’s mountain gorillas, whose encounter and consequent eye contact is the most exciting and poignant wildlife encounter in the whole of Africa.  With mist covered hillsides, this impenetrable forest is the oldest and most biologically diverse rainforest, with over 400 species of plants....
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Queen Elizabeth National Park
Truly, Queen Elizabeth National Park is understandably Uganda’s most popular tourist destination. The park’s diverse ecosystems, which include sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands. This makes it the ideal habitat for classic big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds. Set against the backdrop of the...
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Kibale National Park
First of all, Kibale National Park is the most magnificent of Uganda’s tropical rain forests and one of the most rewarding areas to explore. Established at the end of the 18th century, Kibale boasts of 13 species of primates including the localized Red Colobus L’Hoest monkeys and the endemic Uganda Mangabay. Kibale’s major attraction is...
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Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda
This article was written in 2015 and a bunch of things have changed since the day it was published. New changes to the Rwanda Gorilla Trekking will be in brackets. Enjoy this story from a traveler’s perspective My friend Jill and I were staying at the modest Muhabura Hotel in the town of Musanze, peering...
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Uganda capital city
Administrative Divisions 111 districts across four administrative regions Area 93,065 sq. km (land: 76,101 sq. km, water 16,965 sq. km) Borders 2,698km (Democratic Republic of Congo 765km, Kenya 933km, Rwanda 169km, Sudan 435km, Tanzania 396km) or 1676 Miles Banking Hours Mon to Fri 08:30hrs to 18:00 hrs. Sat 09:00hrs to 16:00hrs. Business Hours Mon to...
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First and foremost, Kidepo Valley National Park is a wilderness park; dry, hot and isolated yet spectacular, magnificent and virgin, waiting to be discovered. Transversed by large sand rivers, the park is renowned for its distinctive composition of wild game co-existing with the dry mountain forests, open savanna and hilltops caped by rock kopjes Enjoy...
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Where to do Chimpanzee tracking? First of all, the Chimpanzee tracking can be done in Budongo-Kaniyo Papidi forest in Murchison falls, the Kyambura gorge and Kalinzu in Queen Elizabeth, Kibale National park and Ngamba chimpanzee sanctuary. Secondly, Trekking is mainly done in the morning and afternoon for only one hour. However one can have the...
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Mount Elgon National Park has the largest volcanic base in the world at 4000km2 and is a massive volcanic mountain on the border of western Kenya and eastern Uganda. Its mountainous landscape and cool heights offer respite for humans from the hot plains below and its higher altitudes provide refuge for flora and fauna. Its...
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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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Gorilla in Bwindi
This is the ultimate guide to gorilla trekking in Uganda and Rwanda. The experience has grown extremely popular in the past years. In this article, you will find all you need to know about these beautiful primates and the gorilla trekking experience as a whole. What is the gorilla trekking best time of year? First...
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