Here are our Uganda safari news and updates that you can experience and as our last tourists did it visiting the primates and wildlife which offers you an opportunity take amazing activities like gorilla trekking tours and wildlife safaris in Uganda’s National Parks like Kidepo Valley National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Kibale Forest National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park among others.

Exciting Uganda tours prospects in 2013

A tourist looks at a buffalo in one of Uganda’s National Parks. The country’s tourism sector is expected to perform better in 2013 boosted by a number of international recognitions. Uganda’s tourism sector in 2012 received a number of international recognitions boosting the sector’s prospects in 2012. Uganda as a tourist destination could have been […]

River Nile named among Africa’s seven wonders

A duck swims on River Nile in Jinja recently. The declaration of the Source of the Nile as one of the seven wonders of Africa is expected to improve tourism in Uganda. Uganda has once again received recognition from the international tourism community after the Source of the Nile was named among the seven natural […]

Rwanda Government’s efforts to grow tourism sector get boost

A local aviation company has launched an air emergency medical evacuation service targeting tourists, a move that will boost Rwanda’s tourism sector. Akagera Aviation   Akagera Aviation said the service would provide rapid response rescue and medical care to subscribing tourists, who may experience a serious health problem while in the country.  This development will […]

Uganda gets sh27bn for wildlife and primate conservation

The US Government has given a grant of $10m (about sh27b) to promote conservation and tourism in five protected areas of Uganda. Gorilla twins According to Kadu Sebunya, the chief of party at USAID-tourism and biodiversity, the funds are being channeled by USAID and implemented through the Africa Wildlife Foundation, an international NGO. The project […]

Uganda cultural safaris at Amabeere ga Nyina Mwiru

A tour guide points at the stalactites that are famously known as Amabeere ga Nyina Mwiru. Amabeere ga Nyina Mwiru has become one of the famous tourist attractions in Kabarole and you can get both scientific and cultural explanations of how the breastlike features came to be. One would say they are the ultimate tourist […]

Murchison Falls wildlife tours to double Uganda’s Revenue

This projection is based on the aggressive marketing, development of new tourist attractions and the ongoing expedition led by Julian Fisher of the Royal Geographical Society. UWA executive director Dr. Andrew Seguya said during the 2011-2012 financial year, Murchison Falls National Park collected sh6.8b in revenue. “After 150 years, David Baker and his daughter Melanie […]