Self-Drive Car Rental Mistakes to Avoid

Car rental is a global issue no matter where you are or come from, sometimes it just gets too hard to drive especially if travelling to the country side. This is where car rental becomes irresistible in whichever country you are touring. Most travellers, whether first time or seasonal tourists who travel to Uganda book […]

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Bulemba Ihandiro Cultural Trail

If you are a cultural enthusiast then consider Bulemba Ihandiro cultural trail a must for you to take while on Uganda cultural safari. You will spend about 6 to 7 hours walking, along the holy valley and other tourist sites which are equally of cultural importance to the Bakonzo natives. While on a cultural tour […]

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Gorilla Trekking Budget and Safety Tips

How to trek gorillas on budget? Mountain gorillas are on top list of most safaris to Uganda and gorilla trekking in the pearl of Africa is a highlight activity which every traveler should experience though many people don’t go for it because they think it is expensive. However it is possible to have a budget […]

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Uganda

UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is an agency under United Nations that is specialized in promoting international collaboration through educational, scientific, and cultural reforms to increase universal respect for justice. The agency has its headquarters based in France’s capital, Paris. The agency was formed in 1946 and its members now are amounting to 194. Its mandate is […]

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The Alur People And Their Interesting Culture

If you have visited the West Nile region of Uganda, then you must have heard about the Alur people. They are an ethnic group who inhabit areas of north-western Uganda and north-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) occupying a number of areas that include Zombo, Nebbi and parts of Arua district while in the Democratic […]

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Birding in Murchison Falls National Park

Bird Watching Within Murchison Falls National Park Situated on the north-western side of Uganda is the country’s largest and oldest National Park covering about 3480 square kilometers and established into a National Park in 1952. It is known for the breathtaking Murchison Falls, the World’s most powerful waterfall where the renowned Nile River explodes through […]

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The Nkokonjeru Royal Tombs

Nkokonjeru Royal Tombs are one of the popular sites that now remain of the once powerful and famous Ankole Kingdom in the western side of Uganda. It is always a common thing in African culture to have graveyards and just like other Kingdoms in the country, the Ankole Kingdom also has a site that was […]

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The Banyankole Culture

When it comes to Uganda cultural safaris and tours, the Ankole cultural encounters are exceptionally worth including in your bucket list. Banyankole people belong to the Bantu group and they are mostly found in the districts of Mbarara, Kiruhura, Isingiro, Bushenyi, Ibanda and Ntungamo in Western Uganda. The residents of the Rujumbura and Rubando counties […]

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Alikua Pyramids in Uganda West Nile

ALIKUA PYRAMIDS While the Pyramids of Giza are to Egypt, the abandoned Alikua Pyramids are to West Nile Region of Uganda. The 30 minutes ride from Aura through dusty, rough and pot-holed roads in Maracha district lead you to the broken and vandalized 5-meter high and conical pyramid that has existed for over 100 years. […]

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