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The Pearl of Africa (Uganda)

Uganda is a highlights reel of the African landscape. With its dense, misty forests, snow-peaked mountains, glassy lakes and sprawling savannas, it is no wonder Winston Churchill dubbed this the “pearl of Africa”. Related article: History and legend in Ethiopia Having stepped out of the […]

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Donald Trump to Visit Africa (Uganda)

America’s President Donald Trump is finally said to have decided to visit Africa in 2019. Among countries selected on his travel calendar include the Pearl of Africa, Uganda. The other countries include South Africa, Ghana and and many others. Apart from all that, it’s not […]

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Gorillas weren’t missed: an alternative safari in Uganda

Gorillas weren’t missed: an alternative safari in Uganda Uganda holidays Wildlife in Uganda usually means mountain gorillas but a simpler, lower-cost tour offers a wealth of other primates, tropical birds and jungle adventures By Kevin Rushby  Twin peaks … view of Mount Muhavura in the […]

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Gorilla numbers surpass 1000

Gorilla numbers surpass 1000 Results of the Virunga Mountain Gorilla census have been released today putting the figure at 604, from 480 individuals in 2010. The results show that the total population of Mountain Gorillas has surpassed the 1000 mark. The other place where mountain […]

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Facts About Uganda

Uganda , officially the Republic of Uganda (Swahili: Jamhuri ya Uganda),[1] is a landlocked country (except for its borders with Lake Victoria and Lake Albert) in East-Central Africa. It is bordered to the east by Kenya, to the north by South Sudan, to the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the south-west by Rwanda, and to the […]

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Avoid making the The Number 1 Gorilla Permit Mistake

Each year, especially during the Peak Tourism Season of June through October and December through March there are African Travelers who miss out on Gorilla Trekking. The reason is that they unknowingly have made the Number 1 Gorilla Mistake resulting in no  Gorilla Trekking Permit […]

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UWA successfully translocates 19 Giraffes

Uganda Wildlife Authority successfully concluded giraffe translocation in Murchison Falls National Park. During this translocation, 19 giraffes (13 females, 6 males) were released. Two female giraffes were also moved to (Uganda Wildlife Education Center) UWEC,  Entebbe for conservation education purposes. The exercise which  commenced on 8th […]

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Ugandan ranger wins prestigious Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award 2018

Press release by Tusk “Every creature in this world has a purpose and a positive one. We should strike a balance living in harmony with them. These resources must be protected!” Julius Obwona – Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award Winner 2018 The annual Tusk Conservation Awards, in […]

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