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Uganda’s 61st Independence: How to spot a Ugandan

Uganda is celebrating 61 years of being independent. Wow, that has been one kind of a ride and definitely an interesting one. But first, did you know? Uganda’s independence marked a significant turning point in the nation’s history, as it gained freedom from British colonial rule on October 9, 1962. This momentous event was the

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The All-Female Safari /solo travel Experience in Uganda

n recent years, a new trend has been emerging in the world of travel – women-only experiences that empower and connect female travellers in unique and meaningful ways. One such adventure that has captured the hearts of many is the all-female safari in Uganda by Ntungo Wildlife Safaris Ltd. Combining the thrill of wildlife encounters

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Exploring the Fascinating World of Mountain Gorillas in Uganda

The majestic and gentle mountain gorillas of Uganda have captivated the hearts and minds of nature enthusiasts around the world. Nestled amidst the lush rainforests of the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, these incredible creatures are a testament to the beauty and diversity of wildlife on our planet. In this blog post, we explore into the

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The Enigmatic Shoebill Stork: Fascinating Facts from Uganda

The wetlands of Uganda are home to one of the most captivating and enigmatic birds in the world – the Shoebill Stork (Balaeniceps rex). With its unique appearance and intriguing behavior, the Shoebill has become an iconic symbol of Uganda’s rich avian biodiversity. In this article, we explore some fascinating facts about the Shoebill Stork

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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Bwindi Impenetrable lies in the South-West of Uganda on 321 km2 of flora and Fauna. It was gazette as a forest reserve in 1932 and declared a National Park in 1991 and later declared a UNESCO natural world Heritage site in 1994. It is located at 1160m-2607m in altitude. Bwindi forest is one of the

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Murchison Falls National Park

The popular National Park at 3840km2 boasts of being Uganda’s first National Park in 1952. It was first gazetted as a game reserve in 1926  and is Uganda’s largest and oldest game reserve. The park is a Ramsar site  called the Delta which was designated in 2006. It is sorrounde by six districts ie Nwoya,

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