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Best place for gorilla trekking

Best place for gorilla trekking, Uganda? Rwanda? Or DR Congo Gorillas are primate animals as well as apes that survive in the natural environments of African countries. They are counted among the rare and endangered wildlife species that are not…

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Pian Upe Game Reserve

Pian Upe Game Reserve in North Eastern Uganda- Karamoja is the second most protected area in the country just after Murchison Falls National park in Northwestern Uganda. This beautiful, raw and less visited park covers an area of approximately 2,788…

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Nyero rock paintings

Nyero Rock Paintings, an historic gem in Eastern Uganda Although gorilla trekking is the leading activity in Uganda, the pearl of African is blessed with a wide range of activities and attractions that are located in different locations of the…

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Ishasha sector

Ishasha sector in Uganda is strategically situated in Queen Elizabeth national park, the second largest national park is found in south western of Uganda, It follows Murchison fall national park in north western of her motherland. These two national parks…

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THE BATWA PEOPLE AND THEIR CULTURES

THE BATWA IN UGANDA. Also known as the ‘’Twa’’ people, the Batwa are one of the indigenous African pygmies who originally lived in Bwindi impenetrable and Mgahinga equatorial rainforests before gazetted as national parks thus regarded as the keepers of…

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Horse Riding in Jinja

Jinja is one of the great and wonderful city that travelers prefer to visit due to the fact that it is one of those tourism destination that demonstrate the pearl of Africa endless wonders Jinja is as well-known as the…

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The Endangered Gorillas

The mountain gorillas in the world are one of the endangered species in the world and according to the world national statics; there are about 880 mountain gorillas remaining in the world and these are found in three African countries…

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