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Following recognition for their superb conservation efforts in Kenya, East Africa and the Africa continent at large has Porini Camps / Game watcher Safaris now been globally rewarded for their …

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Rift Valley Railway (RVR) is set to start commuter train services for Kampala and Wakiso districts to ease traffic congestion in Kampala city. The service will run from Kampala to …

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Tourism stakeholders have once again demanded that the Kenyan government finally lives up to its often made and yet to be delivered promises, to have a crucial tourism road fixed …

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Days  after a 20 million-year-old ape skull was discovered in Iriri, on the slopes of volcanic Mt. Napak, in Karamoja, the State Minister for Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage says the …

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Conservationists in Rwanda and the region were both pleased as well as surprised, when the Government of Rwanda through the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Rwanda Development Board earlier …

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In spite of continuously high fuel prices and inflationary pressures on airlines have fares between Entebbe and Nairobi started to move again, downwards that is. According to travel agents, keenly …

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Only days after Fly 540 had hit the market with an all inclusive fare between Entebbe and Mombasa, return of course, of US Dollars 350 is Uganda’s passenger airline ‘Air …

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Although the information has been kept under tight wraps, details are beginning to emerge that the Uganda Wildlife Authority and the Uganda tour operators association AUTO have struck a deal …

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  Civil society organisations and heritage advocates gone to the High Court in Kampala to stop the plans by the Ministry of Tourism to demolish the Uganda Museum and instead …

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Uganda’s tourism industry weathered the storm of the economic decline of 2007 by maintaining its annual gross growth of 15% into 2011 and emerging the fastest growing industry contributing 24% …

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