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Safaris in Uganda
Going on a safaris in Uganda is exciting but sometimes the road trip to the safari destination is dreadful, it takes courage to endure it. Thankfully, you don’t have to always endure the road trip, you can actually opt for a faster and easy way to get to your safari destination. And this easy way...
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sezibwa falls -cultural treasure
The Sezibwa Falls are located 32 Km along the Kampala- Jinja highway. It is one of Uganda’s hidden cultural treasure with one part owned by Buganda Kingdom and another by the Anglican Church of Uganda. It takes approximately 30 minutes drive from the capital Kampala depending on the traffic flowing out of the city. The sezibwa falls...
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gorilla tracking in Bwindi
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...
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mountain gorillas
Why is the population of “endangered” mountain gorillas continuously increasing? The population is increasing because the three countries are making enough money to manage the preservation of the mountain gorillas. The governments are making $500 for every gorilla permit sold. DRC charges $750 due to all the insecurity and uncertainty in the country. It is not...
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Ugandan common ostrich The Ugandan common ostrich is the largest flightless bird native to Africa’s savanna area. The scientific name is Struthio camelus, a member of genus Struthio. In Uganda, this flightless bird lives in Kidepo valley national park. The Ugandan common ostrich has a long neck and legs with 2 toes on each foot with...
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Tourism revenue sharing
To date tourism revenue sharing (TRS) programmes have met mixed success. Local conditions and national policies that shape the success of TRS programmes were identified by comparing the experiences of both implementers and beneficiaries of pilot TRS programs at three parks in western Uganda.
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Gorilla trekking
Of course! The gorilla trekking experience in Uganda is worth all the money you’ll spend because once you sit a few meters from a four-hundred-pound silverback and his whole family, the world comes alive, and your view of the natural world is changed forever. You’ll then better relate with world creatures humans have so feared...
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