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Travel Weekly, 2017
Uganda is expecting a rise in the number of critically endangered mountain gorillas after a baby boom in its Bwindi national park.
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THE SEMLIKI VALLEY, 2017
Uganda’s hidden vale , the legend has it that when the early white ‘explorers’ first came through the Semliki Valley, they happened across a wide river ….
FINANCIAL TIMES UK, 2016
It normally takes four or five hours at most to locate a family of gorillas in the glistening, livif-green mountain rainforests of western Uganda. For me, it took 32 years
We heard him before we could see him. A rhythmic drumming rang through the forest, echoing my pounding heart. Then 250 kilogrammes of silverback…
ONLINE VISAS, 2016
As of 1st July 2016, Uganda has introduced an online visa application system. Guests intending to visit Uganda for tourism-purposes are required to apply…
WE ARE AFRICA, 2016
This year the theme of We Are Africa (one of Africa’s largest tourism trade shows) is ‘Not One Story’. This years’ aim is to replace stories told about Africa, ...
CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 2015
The park rangers had told us we shouldn’t try to get any closer to the mountain gorillas than 20 feet. Obviously, no one had told the gorillas. Which explained the female that ju...
Some of the world’s best destinations are often the hardest to reach. Uganda is one such place. A landlocked country in East Africa, Uganda has stunning terrain that…
INTERNATIONAL NEW YORK TIMES, 2015
Uganda’s experienced operators offer activities including encounters with mountain gorillas, high-adrenaline outdoor sports and richly rewarding cultural…
CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER, 2015
Seeing gorillas in their native habitat is an incredible experience, and Uganda is the best place to do it. Here’s what you need to know before you book your trip…
WILD TRAVEL MAGAZINE, 2014
Kidepo Valley in Uganda is one of Africa’s least explored national parks. Its remote location and the years of political conflict suffered by a country now at peace…