Kampala & Nairobi
Uganda & Kenya

Types of the camper showers and their advantages and disadvantages

Hiring a camping van is always an easy way to explore any safari destination because they car rental company always offer all the things you will need during your camping trip apart from the things you will need for showering. Showering in the van is always an up-to-date and controversial topic even among experienced vanlifers. […]

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Kenya to review airline incentive program to boost tourism

The government of Kenya said that it will review a contract incentives program to include low-cost carriers and booked flights to boost visitor numbers into the nation. The permanent secretary of the ministry of tourism, Joe Okudo, said the number of charters has increased from one (Condor Airlines) to the current number of 10, boosting […]

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Best Places to Do A Road Trip in Uganda

Uganda is not a big country, but a small beautiful nation that is endowed with awesome natural wonders. Due to this magical nature, Churchill dubbed Uganda “the Pearl of Africa”.  Uganda’s adventurous gems are all scattered in corners of the country. These gems include; National parks, mountains and hills, lakes, rivers, cultural sites, religious sites, […]

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River Semliki in Uganda

Also referred as Semuliki, River Semliki is the main River on the border of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo and is about 140 kilometers (87 miles) long. With its source in Lake Edward (in Queen Elizabeth National Park on the Uganda-DRC border) and mouth in Lake Albert, River Semliki flows northwards within the […]

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Ituri Rain Forest Attractions, UNESCO Heritage Site

Ituri rain forest lies within the Ituri Province of northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) previously known as Zaire. This spectacular forest was named after the Ituri River that flows via the rain forest, joining to River Aruwimi and then enters to DR Congo. This tropical rain forest covers an area of 63000 square kilometers […]

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