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queen elizabeth national park


Tourists and Ugandan travelers alike are reportedly now able to ‘greet’ a lone elephant who has made it a habit to come out of Queen Elizabeth National Park and take …

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At Protea Hotel, on 1st March 2011, new tariff review consultative meeting for the stakeholders was held. The meeting was attended by registered tour operators, the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), …

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Members of EALA will begin a region wide assessment and survey of the tourism sector to get first hand feedback of how the EAC’s programmes towards tourism and wildlife management …

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Crocodile’s number is increasing day by day along Kazinga Channel and this has threatened the people of Katwe-Kabatooro town council in Kasese district. The people of the area blame the …

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Uganda Wildlife Authority and Posta Uganda have used the “world post day” to launch a new dedicated series of stamps, available at the counters of all post offices across the …

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Bad weather in America and Europe affected the tourism industry of Uganda especially the tour operators and the airlines. Most of the clients were expected from US transfer to Europe, Africa …

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While conservationists are excited over the recovery of 142 parrots from suspected traffickers, officials at the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC) have started feeling the burden of feeding them. The endangered …

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Following Eight months of the mountain gorilla census, another one was carried out in the Virunga Massif. A total of 480 gorillas were recorded, as opposed to 380 in the previous …

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Game Rangers at Kahuzi Beiga National Park have reported that twin baby gorillas were born a few weeks ago! The twins have been born in to the Chimanuka group and are …

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The chairman of the Jonam cultural institution in northern Uganda, Rwoth Mandir Padit Odong, has called upon Government to employ about 3,000 former poachers who have denounced the act as a …

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