Uganda Attraction

Like a coin, Mabira forest has two sides. There is the side that a passerby may see through their car or bus window; this will usually be the sight of many trees along the Kampala-Jinja highway. Behind this stretch however, is a second side, a whole different world of its own. It is flora and...
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The Rhinos tread the grass in majestic grandeur, some are slow lazy steps and others are mini attempts to break into a run. They gather a mouthful of grass and chew on it gently as if to taste every straw, unaffected by tourists that lurk their sanctuary in a single file led by a ranger....
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Amabere ga NyinaMwiru is a cultural site with remarkable history located in western Uganda in Fort portal town. You can stop by while on your tour to Semuliki national park for birding safari or viewing the hot springs OR to Kibale national park for chimpanzee trekking or to Queen Elizabeth national park for a wildlife...
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If you are interested in learning about and experience the healing nature of hot springs then ask our driver guide while on your Uganda safari to take you to one which may be along your safari route. There are various hot springs located all over the country with notable ones in or near national parks....
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Uganda is the source of Rive Nile – the world’s longest river from where the Nile starts its 4000 mile journey to the Mediterranean sea through to Sudan and Egypt. The source of river Nile is located in Jinja about 1,5 hours from Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. We offer one day Jinja trips...
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The famous tree climbing lions in Uganda are mainly found in the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, western Uganda. This park is the most visited of all the Uganda parks. It is about 6 hours by road from Kampala, 1 hour flight from Entebbe and about 4,5 hours from Kigali. This sector is...
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Uganda is a melting pot of different cultures and traditions. It was named the most diverse country on earth by a study from Harvard University. If you want to experience the ‘real’ Uganda then you will have to include cultural safaris on your itineraries or at least a visit to the local community either for...
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The little lake is believed to be the second deepest lake in Africa after Lake Tanganyika. It is located in the ‘Switzerland of Uganda’ – a name given to it by Sir Winston Churchill upon his visit to the area. Lake Bunyonyi is dotted with 29 Islands with some inhabited and others not inhabited. Activities...
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The Baha’i faith has one temple per continent and for the African continent this temple is located in Uganda. The temple located on Kikaaya hill gives you views of the Suburbs of Kampala and beautiful scenery. For those interested in birds, it’s a good bird watching spot in the city.
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Somewhere in Uganda, in the small town of Namugongo is a magnificent site; the Uganda Martyrs Shrine which is a must visit for anyone interested in Uganda’s faith based tourism while on your Uganda safari. It stands tall with the grandeur of an ancient Cathedral whose structural design derives its inspiration from the African Hut....
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12 Days Uganda Primates and Wildlife Safari
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6 Days Rwanda Primates Safari
14 Days Uganda’s Safari Highlights

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