Travel Blog

Queen Elizabeth National Park: On the Wild side of Life!

On the 9th of October, 2020, Ntungo wildlife safaris Ltd set off for their trip to Queen Elizabeth National Park. After a very thorough planning process, this was a very exciting undertaking. At 7:30 AM, with everyone present at our assembly point, we set off for Fort Portal. We were a team of 11, led

Read More »

Uganda’s Most Interesting Snakes

Snakes have been greatly stereotyped by the communities in which they sometimes stray, but it is important to know that man is not on their menu and therefore appreciate their contribution to the society which includes but not limited to tourism, rodent reduction among others. Uganda hosts 4 of 6 world’s deadliest species.  Uganda’s warm

Read More »

Uganda’s Traditional Art And Craft Industry

The beauty of the Pearl of Africa surpasses its natural flora, fauna and landscapes, and includes her Peoples, their cultures historical background. One peripheral aspect of Uganda’s uniqueness lies in her traditional Arts and Crafts. And there is no better place to experience this, than in the remote country sides, were modern technologies have had

Read More »

One Stone, Two birds, Three weeks

The thought of waking up to the sight of grazing zebras and water bucks has always been a dream to me. But there I was, living that dream, at one of Uganda’s Wildest habitats; Lake Mburo National Park. It is now a memorable highlight of my 3 weeks Equipment training course as a certified tour

Read More »
Share

Share this page

Send this to a friend