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Lakes and Rivers in Uganda

Uganda is located in the great lakes basin and this areas is around the tropical equatorial region of Africa and crossed by the Great Rift Valley escarpment.  With such crucial geographical and natural features, Uganda has a number of  water resources…lakes, rivers, swamps and water falls in this diverse ecology. Other countries in great Lakes […]

River Nile Tours Jinja

Jinja is a major commercial centre and the second largest city in Uganda. It is located 80km east of Kampala, on the banks of Lake Victoria at the source of the River Nile. Jinja is more than an industrial town; it is actually the source of the world’s longest river, Nile the flows northwards and […]

Ngamba Island Safari, Chimpanzee Sanctuary

NGAMBA ISLAND Ngamba Island is part of the Koome group of islands located on Lake Victoria 23km south of Entebbe, Uganda. It consists of approximately 100 acres, 98 of which are forested and separated from the visitor’s area by an electric fence. The northern part of the island is occupied by local Lake Victoria fishing […]

Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Falls is Uganda’s largest National Park crossed by the Nile River, the world’s longest, winds through it meandering through a narrow rock gorge to form the Murchison falls from which the park is named. The Murchison falls national park is part of the larger Murchison falls protected area that extends some 5,00sqkm to include […]

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Kibale Forest National Park

KIBALE FOREST NATIONAL PARK The Kibale Forest is located in western Uganda in Kibale district with one of Uganda’s remaining equatorial rainforest contains the highest concentration of primates in the world – thirteen species live here including about 500 chimpanzees. the park lies in a protected area adjoining Queen Elizabeth National Park making a diverse […]

Kampala City Tours

KAMPALA CITY Welcome to Kampala…the land of Seven Hills The capital city of Uganda. Kampala, is spread over ten hills and derives its name from a kiganda expression “kasozi k’empala meaning – the hill of antelopes. The origins of the Kampala go back to 1891 the when King Kabaka of Buganda had his court on […]

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Queen Elizabeth National Park

QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK This is a wonderful and especially scenic National Park, with two lakes connected by a channel overlooked by a high peninsula. In addition to the lakes there are volcanic craters, grassy plains, papyrus swamps, open savannahs and tropical forests. Queen Elizabeth Park is ranked as Uganda’s most visited game reserve. . […]

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Walking Safari in Uganda

More than 40% of Uganda’s land is covered in natural forests and reserves which is an estimated 4.9million hectares of Land. Many of the forests in Uganda lie along the Equator in central and South Western Uganda. The distribution of forest cover is such that 15% is under Park and Game reserves run by Uganda […]