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Bird watching safari


Six ‘low land gorillas’ impounded some time ago from poachers and smugglers, ‘flew home’ over the weekend when they were returned to their original homeland. Held in Kinigi until Saturday, …

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The isolated chimpanzee population in Gishwati Forest, already a protected forest area and tipped to become Rwanda’s next national park, was not too long ago barely a dozen strong and …

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In a move aimed at making air travel popular among Ugandans, Air Uganda and WARID Telecom will fly 800 Ugandans to destinations of their choice around East Africa. “We will …

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The Buganda Kingdom officially opened the tourism expo due early last week where there was more to see, learn and know about Uganda’s tourism potentials. However, Uganda as a country …

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Uganda may continue to struggle to grow it tourism sector as long as it remains expensive to tourists. Speaking during a meeting in Kampala yesterday the Association of Uganda Airline …

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Delegates attending the 7th Atlas Africa Conference on sustainable tourism and environmental education urged nations to ensure sustainable tourism that favors its nationals. The three day conference that has attracted …

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The arrest yesterday of three top managers at the National Forest Authority and of several members of the NFA board has set the stage for the forest authority to follow …

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The president of Uganda, Mr. Museveni has indeed re-constituted a separate Ministry of Tourism, leaving Trade and Industry behind as a ‘stand alone’ ministry again to the great relief of …

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The redevelopment of the Uganda Museum into an ultra-modern building; the East African Trade Centre, has started. The outgoing trade, tourism and industry minister, Kahinda Otafiire, revealed this at his …

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The national airline of Rwanda has now set the inaugural flight date for Rubavu / Gisenyi, their second domestic destination in Rwanda, for 02nd of June, at which time they …

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