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Uganda adds Tourism Police officers in Tourist Destinations

Formally launched on February 28, 2012 with an initial contingent of 120 officers, the Uganda Tourism Police have since grown in size. The Commandant of the Tourism Police, ACP Wilson Omoding, has affirmed that more 400 officers and 4 officer cadets were added to the force subsequent to receiving several months of intensive specialized training […]

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Enjoying a sport Fishing Trip in Uganda

Angling safaris in Uganda is among the most interesting tourist activities one can enjoy at a very cheap price. This is because the country is blessed with many water bodies which give it an added advantage to give the best services. The pearl of Africa – Uganda among the loveliest country in Africa and its […]

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Touring through Wildlife Photos

In Uganda today, wildlife is highly endangered and the environment suffers degradation. Numerous attempts are being made to make awareness about the importance of our flora and fauna, latest a photograph exhibition titled “on track of the great apes”. Launched last Friday in Kampala at the French Embassy by Ms Maria Mutagama, the Minister of […]

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Tourism in East African Countries Rise after the Ebola Epidemic

Taking after the late Ebola crisis on the continent, over 9000 people died sending the picture of Africa to grass. Africa’s tourism sector was destroyed vigorously with most visitors cancelling their safari plans. According to Basudde Paul of African Jungle Adventures Ltd, it was more awful than September 11 attack on the World Trade center, […]

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Amazing Wildlife Tour in Akagera National Park – Rwanda

Akagera Park is located to the east of Rwanda, on the border of Tanzania. This is the Akagera River separating the two countries. From Kigali, it takes about two hours drive to reach the park. Akagera National Park was established in 1934. At that time, the park was nearly 2700 km². Following the genocide in […]

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A Visit to Mugongo Town

Great excitement arriving Wednesday mid-morning to Mugongo. (The place is difficult to access. Route 20 kms by bus from Gisenyi (direction Musanze) to the intersection Kabari. Then, on the left, followed by motorcycle track that goes up to 7 km Mugongo). Here in Mugongo has lived for more than forty years a remarkable American woman […]

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