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Buganda Kingdom’s Prominent and Historical Burial

  • 22 October 2018

The Kasubi Tombs cultural site is situated on the Kasubi hill, 5km from Kampala city, along the Kampala-Hoima road. If you are coming from Kampala city center, pass by Makerere University and drive down to Nakulabye trade-center. Check for the Nakulabye roundabout, cruise right onto Hoima Road, it’s a short drive of 1 kilometer and

Uganda discovers Western Bongo Species in

  • 22 October 2018

Indeed Uganda is “The Pearl of African” and little is known to us than we presume, to the surprise of many wildlife and Nature enthusiasts, the world’s largest forest antelope species was recently captured on camera in Uganda for the very first time courtesy of motion sensor cameras placed in Semulik National park by conservationists

World Tourism Day Celebrations 2018 In

  • 17 September 2018

The World Tourism Day (WTD) is internationally commemorated every September 27 as a way of bringing people together to reflect on the importance and benefits that arise from tourism. The event is promoted annually by the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO). Under the theme,“ Tourism and the Digital Transformation” The importance of digital technologies in tourism,

Zebras And their Habitat in Uganda

  • 07 September 2018

Uganda is by far Africa’s one stop destination for wildlife and game viewing safaris for adventure enthusiasts. It is no surprise that any first time visitor cannot help but visit again or even refer a friend (s) for the magical experience and encounter with the vast and evenly distributed animal species in several National parks

The African Lion

  • 07 September 2018

Living in the grasslands, scrub, and open woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa, the lion is the second largest cat in the world coming after the tiger to which it is closely related and has a very similar body type. The lion is one of the celebrated big five game in Africa, with  Uganda being one of

The African Leopard

  • 03 September 2018

The leopard is one of the ten largest big cat species and hard to observe due to its nocturnal, solitary behavior and well-camouflaged coat. Leopards are graceful and powerful big cats closely related to lions, tigers, and jaguars. They mostly can be found in sub-Saharan Africa, northeast Africa, Central Asia, India, and China. However, many

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