Attorney General William Byaruhanga has asked for some more days to table electoral reforms. According to Byaruhanga, government will table the proposed reforms within a period of ten days. He disclosed this while updating plenary on the progress on tabling the proposed electoral reforms. In 2016, Supreme Court judges led by Chief Justice Bart Katureebe… Continue reading Uganda Government Asks For More Time To Effect Electoral Law Reforms
Are you planning to go on a budget safari to Uganda? This is an opportunity to participate in this activity and save more money for other expenses. Take advantage of this opportunity and achieve your dream of meet some of man’s closest relatives. See Gorillas Would you like to go on a budget gorilla trek… Continue reading Planning a Budget Primate Safari in Uganda
The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park has been listed among the top 5 African parks. This world known park is one of the few African UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It has been listed by the Cable News Network, an American news channel . Located in South Western Uganda, the ancient forests of Bwindi are among the… Continue reading CNN Lists Bwindi National Park Among Top 5 African Parks
It is estimated that 880 mountain gorillas remaining on planet earth and most of them are found in Africa: Uganda, Rwanda and democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) – known as the Virunga Mountains. Today tracking the critically endangered mountain gorillas is one of the exciting experience tourists have in Africa. With gorilla trekking safaris available, … Continue reading Visiting the Mountain Gorillas
In Uganda car rental business, the Toyota 4×4 cars are the most popular hired vehicles to travelers. On each and every Ugandan car rental company website you may come across, 99% of them display and rent out Toyota 4×4 cars. These kinds of cars have rewarded both the car rental companies and their customers since… Continue reading Why Rent Toyota 4×4 Cars in Uganda
For the first time since its closure in June 2018, the Virunga National Park in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo’s remarkable protected now re-opens again. This means that tourism now resumes in this spectacular destination. This park is one of the 4 world’s incredible parks where the rare mountain gorillas thrive from and also features… Continue reading DR Congo’s Virunga National Park Reopens
Mountain gorillas are endangered species that need to be protected and conserved for not only the present generation but also the future generations. Did you know that there are just a few mountain gorillas surviving in the wild? The 2012 Gorilla Census puts the number of mountain gorillas to about 880 individuals thriving in the… Continue reading Is Gorilla Tourism Sustainable?
Tracking mountain gorillas in the Virungas or Bwindi Impenetrable national Park ranks among the absolute highlights of primates safaris in Africa. The exhilaration attacked to first setting eyes on a wild mountain gorilla is difficult to describe. These are enormous animals up to three times as bulky as the average man! Their size and power… Continue reading Gorilla Tourism: Is It Safe to Visit the Mountain Gorillas?
Around 2014, Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya-the 3 (three) East African Community member states introduced what is called a single tourist visa which offers visitors a chance to visit the 3 East African Community states. This was after harmonizing the fees and it is from this that the three states also came into agreement to market… Continue reading East Africa Tourism: Joint Regional Marketing in Dilemma
With everyone still left in wonders about Rwanda’s recent deal with Arsenal, shortly after this tremendous partnership, this Africa’s landlocked country has also embarked on aggressive marketing of its natural wonders to China a move that is expected to attract many Chinese tourists in the nearby future. The recent focus on this particular tourism market… Continue reading Why Rwanda is Targeting Chinese Tourists