Kampala & Nairobi
Uganda & Kenya

Explore Beyond Kenyan Border and visit Queen Elizabeth in Uganda

Why not explore beyond the Kenyan border and visit the Queen Elizabeth National Park in western Uganda. The most visited and loved national park in Uganda, its found in approximately 6hours drive from Entebbe International Airport. Tree-climbing lions spot you in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda. Buffalo, hippos, and elephants also like to be […]

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Gorilla Trekking experience in Bwindi Forest – Uganda

The main tourist activity done in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National park is mountain gorilla trekking and a maximum of 8 visitors can visit a specific gorilla family per day. Other interesting activities in the park include; guided forest walk, bird watching, Batwa cultural experience among others. Gorilla trekking in Uganda is a standout amongst the […]

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Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda

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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How To Get To Kidepo Valley National Park?

If there are a few most splendid tourist destinations that you shouldn’t miss to a visit while on safari in Uganda then Kidepo National Park is one of them. This park lies in the extreme northeastern Uganda just at the border with South Sudan and Kenya. It is popular as a true wilderness paradise and […]

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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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Chimpanzee Tracking Within The Kyambura Gorge

You are familiar with Chimpanzee tracking within Kibale Forest National Park and Budongo Forest within Murchison Falls National Park but did you know you can actually enjoy the same experience within the Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth National Park? Dubbed the Valley of Apes, the mysterious and extensive Kyambura gorge lies within the floor of […]

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