Family safaris in Covid19 times

Tips for Travelling with Family during Covid19

Family safaris have always been fun and enjoyable over time. YES, its undeniably good to travel together as a family of parents, children and relatives on a single trip. However, with the continued spread of the deadly covid19 across the globe, family safaris have currently become risky especially with elderly people and young children. The […]

where to see primates in Uganda

Where to see primates in Uganda

Wondering where to see primates in Uganda? Primate trekking is the number one travel activity for mots traveler visiting Uganda. The Pearl of Africa is home to the highest number of primates in Africa, which make it a best primate trekking destination for the primate lovers. The country is home to different categories of primates […]

Rwanda safaris

Akagera National Park

Located in Eastern Rwanda, Akagera National Park is the only savannah park of Rwanda named after the Akagera River that flows along Rwanda and Tanzania border into Lake Ihema. The vegetation in Akagera National park mainly comprise of woodlands, papyrus, Acacia trees, perches, swamps and some forests. The diverse in vegetation favor the habitation of […]

Discounted Uganda Permits

Uganda Wildlife Authority has discounted gorilla permits to trek gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks along with other entrance fees to savannah parks all over the country. The promotional pricing in Uganda is meant to revive and strengthen the tourism industry, which has harshly hit by the deadly coronavirus. Tourism in […]

Reports on Covid19

Covid19 Status Report in East Africa

East Africa is now open for international travels. Yes, even amidst the increased positive cases of covid19, all governments have reopened entry for international travels to revive the tourism industry that was hardly hit by the deadly virus. In the early days of 2020, East Arica and whole whole world was struck by the pandemic […]

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Baby Gorilla Born in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is celebrating the birth of a new bay gorilla in Nyakagyezi gorilla family. The new baby was born on 2nd September 2020 and was discovered by park rangers who were checking on the gorillas that morning. Nshuti, the mother of the new baby gorilla was found holding her little one and […]

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Uganda Gorilla Safaris

Uganda gorilla safaris lead travellers to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park both in the southwest of the country and Uganda’s two homes of the endangered mountain gorillas. Gorilla trekking is Uganda’s leading tourist attraction and also fetches the highest revenue in the  tourism sector which has made it emerge as the […]

Uganda Ranks 5th At ITB Berlin Tourism Expo

Uganda Ranks 5th At ITB Berlin Tourism Expo A few days after the ITB Berlin tourism expo, Uganda the pearl of Africa comes out as the fifth best world exhibitor winning herself an African category award. This year, Uganda performed excellently (5th) compared to last year when the pearl of Africa came out as the […]

How it is to see gorillas

How is it Like to Trek Mountain Gorillas?

Are you planning a gorilla tour to Uganda, Rwanda or Congo? An encounter with mountain gorillas is an amazing, awesome, magical, unforgettable, humbling, and eye-opening experience every travel should add on his/her travel bucket list. The experience is surely everything that past travelers have adored as wonderful, moving, spell binding and moving bringing you close […]

Uganda safaris

Wildlife & Beauty Key to Uganda’s Tourism Sector

It’s undeniable that wildlife and beauty are key features for the success of tourism sector in Uganda. Gifted by nature, the pearl of Africa is blessed with a variety of wildlife and beautiful sceneries where something awaits you in all parts of the country. A combination of wild animals, birds, forest, rivers, lakes, mountains, valleys, […]

Nature Walks in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Walking or hiking through Mgahinga gorilla forest national park on foot is undeniably the best way to explore and enjoy the treasures that nature offers on your Uganda safari with no limitation. Forest walks also called nature walks or hiking trails entail travelers footing through the forest following different trails depending on the targeted end […]

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World Investors to Boost Conservation Tourism in Uganda

With a major aim of boosting tourism and wildlife conservation in the country, Uganda for the time hosted the conservation and tourism investment forum on 6th October 2017. The forum was a platform for top government officials, responsible tourism bodies, private investors and all senior business figures from all parts of the world to gather […]

Bwindi forest national park

Batwa Community Trails in Bwindi Forest National Park

Much as Bwindi is widely known for gorilla trekking, a visit to the batwa community is surely a not miss on your gorilla safari to Bwindi impenetrable forest national park. Batwa community trails are usually done after or before gorilla tour but the experience is worth doing. These Batwa trails lead you to the batwa […]


How is Uganda a Premier Tourism Destination

Gifted by nature, Uganda the pearl of Africa is undeniably a premier tourism destination you must not miss out on your uganda safaris.Blessed from the conducive climate, the rolling hills, hospitable people, a variety of wildlife and bird life in all parts of the country, Uganda offers it all to fulfill and exceed every travelers […]

Bwindi Forest NP

Forest Walks in Bwindi Forest National Park

Whether you call it nature walks or forest walks, the experience is all about penetrating the impenetrable forest of Bwindi forest national park by foot. A forest walk in Bwindi unfolds the full package in the park rewarding travelers with an exclusive feeling of a natural virgin forest, sweet melodies of birds singing up in […]

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One Of Our Staff Treks Mountain Gorillas

It was an amazing experience as one of our staff trekked Mubare gorilla family in Buhoma northern sector of Bwindi impenetrable forest national park. Mary Mugisha our internal auditor together with other seven trekkers took part in gorilla trekking of Mubare family the first gorilla group habituated in Bwindi impenetrable forest national park. Just like […]

Gorillas Watching in Volcanoes National Park Rwanda

Volcanoes National Park lies in northern Rwanda and borders Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Mgahinga National Park in Uganda. The national park is a haven for the Mountain gorilla – with over 400 of these gentle giants making the park their home. Volcanoes national park is home to ten habituated […]

Must Watch On A Uganda Wildlife Safari

Uganda is one place on earth where people seeking to see wild animals in the jungle can visit. It’s a landlocked country located in east Africa neighboring Kenya, Rwanda, south Sudan, Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo. The country has a number of tourist attractions and among the most selling and preferred tourism destination. Uganda […]

Uganda’s ample opportunities to grow its Tourism industry

The year 2015 has started in high gear for the tourism industry in Uganda to grow and extend its wings in its expansive tourism market. The country is hosting one of the top American super models and TV host; Marlina Moreno on her tour to the Rwenzori and other tourism sites in Uganda which commenced […]

Unveiling the most diversified Ecosystem in Africa; the Virunga Massif

In geology, a massif is a section of a planet’s crust that is demarcated by faults or flexures. It is a topographically high part of the earth’s crust that is bounded by faults and may be shifted by tectonic movements. The Virunga Massif is an ecologically homogenous afro-montane forest, covering three contiguous national parks in […]

Saving Africa’s most endangered carnivore; the Ethiopian Wolf

The Ethiopian wolf scientifically known as Canis simensis is a canid endemic to the Ethiopian Highlands also known as the roof top of Africa. It is similar to the coyote in size and build, and is distinguished by its long and narrow skull, and its red and white fur. Wolves are said to have not […]


As the eyes of the world continue to vehemently venerate seeing the Mountain gorillas in Rwanda and Uganda, it is paramount for them to know the gorilla families they expect to see and their varying characteristics. Rwanda has 10 habituated families for tourism and one for research from which new babies are often named annually […]

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

Gorilla trekking is Uganda’s leading tourist attraction with thousands of travellers visiting the country every year for gorilla safaris in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park to see the endangered mountain gorillas. Gorilla trekking safaris contribute the highest revenue among all other tourist activities which has subsequently made tourism the leading foreign […]

East African Community (EAC) launches its single tourist visa in South Africa.

As Africa’s largest travel and tourism festival commenced on Saturday 10th May 2014 in South Africa’s coastal city of Durban, East African states took its advantage to launch its single tourist visa and market themselves as a single destination. The new cross-border travel permit was unveiled on Monday the 12th of May by ministers, high […]

Tracking the Mountain Gorillas

Tracking the endangered Mountain Gorilla is one of  the Most strenuous yet rewarding safari experiences one can ever have. Though this gentle giant ape is highly venerated, coming in close contact with it is not a picnic but rather a real voyage through the jungle with steep slippery hills and mist covered rain forests. The […]

Endangered Species day

Every 3rd Friday of May each year, the world commemorates the Endangered species day. This day is aimed at creating awareness about the endangered species and suggesting solutions to be implored to stop poaching and illegal trade of these species and their products that have greatly threatened their existence and heavily reduced their numbers.  This […]

Uganda’s president orders poachers to be ‘shot on sight’

The president of Uganda during a grand tour to Kidepo National Park – a remote savannah park located along the border with conflict – hit Sudan as well as the northern part of Kenya – said that armed poachers operating in national parks should be ‘shot on sight’ because of the damage they could inflict […]


ISSUANCE OF THE SINGLE VISA Tourists will be granted a single Visa upon application at most of the embassies of Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda, via the immigration offices of the mentioned countries or online where it is possible. UNIQUE FEATURES OF THE VISA FROM THE UGANDA, RWANDA AND KENYA VISAS The visas for most specified […]

13 days Safari with Africa Adventure Safaris

Hello, a few weeks back, we’ve just come back from a 13 days safari in Uganda with Africa Adventure safaris and we thought of sharing some our experience with all of you over there. First and foremost, never get scared of booking a safari though a tour operator/ agent as long as it is registered […]

What to Expect on a Gorilla trekking Safari to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Uganda is one of the most fascinating destinations with a wide range of tourist attractions distributed in its national parks. Murchison falls National Park, Kibale forest, Semliki, Queen Elizabeth, Bwindi impenetrable national park are some of the destinations found in Uganda but most frequently, tourists visit Bwindi impenetrable forest just because of its critically endangered […]

When and Where do I get my Uganda Tourist Visa?

A Ugandan tourist Visa can be easily accessed or got at the point of entrance in the country from the airport – Entebbe International Airport or at the Ugandan border. It is a very simple, reliable and quick process as you are required to fill an entrance form which costs $50 only! It is after […]

Insight on a Tour to Murchison Falls NP from Kampala

A tour to Murchison Falls range from a day trip to over 5 days to explore Murchison Falls National Park. The first day starts with a drive to Murchison falls by 7:30 am and is quite long. Expect to have a stopover at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, where a local ranger takes travelers for a […]

Uganda Tourism vs Funding from the Government

Report from the Uganda tourism minister Maria Mutagamba urged the new management of the Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) to find other means of funding methods to promote the Perl of Africa as an attractive tourism destination. The minister further noted that the new board comes at a time when government funding to the sector is […]

Gorilla Evaluation

The aggregate planet residents of mountain gorillas has climbed to 880, as per evaluation information discharged by the Uganda Wildlife Authority. The planet’s residents of mountain gorillas has expanded by more than 10% in two years, new enumeration figures show. An overview did in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable national park and discharged by the Ugandan Wildlife […]

Scientists Discover Intelligent Ugandan Chimp

A group of German scientists have hailed a cheeky Ugandan chimpanzee called Natasha as a “genius” who is “intellectually closer to humans than most apes.” According to findings published online by The Sun, a UK-based newspaper yesterday, Natasha, who lives in Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary on Lake Victoria, can communicate with people and manipulate them. […]


A war museum was opened in Kitgum to serve as a memorial centre so that no other war can happen in the future. The centre provides historical information about the Lord’s Resistance Army revolution in northern Uganda which happened for over 20 years. The Uganda Law Commission chairman, Prof. Joseph Kakooza, said the centre has […]

UWA Commissions Community Projects In Kisoro

Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) along with the International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) and the local communities has commissioned a number of projects in Bwindi and Mgahinga National Parks aimed at promoting the conservation the of the critically endanger mountain gorillas and gorilla tourism. Among the projects commissioned are the new Nkuringo Patrol post along with […]

Mountain Gorilla Population Up In Virunga Massif-2010 Census

Ever since the last census taken to in 2006, a new census was taken recently and it was discovered that the population of critically endangered mountain gorillas living in Africa’s Virunga Massif has grown by 26.3% to approximately 480 individuals in the past seven years according to the newly released results of the 2010 mountain […]