• 6 tips for your self-drive safari in Uganda

    There will always be a spoilt for choice in picking the safari destinations for self drive safari in Uganda among over 10 National game parks equally distributed around the country and remarkably with the best safari experiences. The mixed excitement and feeling of being behind the wheels and driving through wild dotted wildlife is another […]

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    The Best Roads for Self drive in Uganda

    Nothing makes an exciting journey of self drive car rental in Uganda than driving and winding through well maintained roads upcountry where you’re rented vehicle is great to maneuver the Terrains. Most of the Roads radiating out of Kampala are incredibly and well maintained but a few off-the track routes are still in bad shape […]

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  • Top 10 Highlights of Uganda.

    Uganda is of no doubt the famous Pearl of Africa. Still lush green, virgin and welcoming is with no doubt the country that truly defines Africa, A country full of life, a country incredibly beautiful and a country that reflects the image “when you close your eyes and think of Africa”. Each day spent in […]

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  • TOURIST VISA AND YELLOW FEVER VACCINE

    Uganda just like many other country in Africa and the world requires visa so as to enter the country for any reason stated. Previously, a Ugandan visa would be obtained on arrival. This has now changed, you are required to apply for your visa online months before your intended travel dates. A code of confirmation […]

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  • Tips for Self Drive Car Rental in National Parks – Uganda

    Self Drive car hire in Uganda is one of the best options to discovering the Pearl of Africa through the National game reserves. Car rental on self drive is also one of the most best rated ways to roam the beautiful and lush green countryside of Uganda. Driving in Uganda is on the right and […]

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  • Batwa Community Experience at lake Bunyonyi with kerry Anderson

    Kerry did want to see the Batwa people, the God fathers of the forest. These are short people who were taken out of the Bwindi forest when it was gazetted as a UNESCO site. As some were taken away and relocated to a nearby land, others were taken far to the hills of Lake Bunyonyi. […]

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  • Keep healthy while traveling with food allergies and intolerance?

    Keeping our clients healthy during their trip is a priority, but as you know safety comes first you keep yourself safe as we do our best on keeping it up. Most of the people from western countries are either vegetarians’ or both which is not the case here in Uganda. We mix all the food […]

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  • A Day trekking the mountain gorillas of Uganda

    Our Journey to the southern part of Uganda was one long awaited till the day arrived. Well after reading a lot about Bwindi impenetrable National park and the mountain gorillas, a lot crossed in our minds and we thought it was worth the travel for a weekend gate away from home. We knew it was […]

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  • The Muzungu that went typical African. Part 2

    …………… Follow me and let’s look at the day of the African Muzungu in the typical African shoes. Oh hey word “Muzungu” is the name used almost all African countries especially East Africa. This is a name that refers to a white person. It isn’t an offensive word but a way they will call any […]

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  • The Muzungu that went typical African. Part 1

    We all must have an idea that Uganda is commonly referred to as the Pearl of Africa. So many reasons that Churchill Winston used as a basis when he named this incredibly beautiful country. Did he also mention the amazing and most incredible traditional experiences? I will need to read through his lines again probably, […]

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