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With just a week to go to the long Easter weekend are leading hotels and restaurants in Kampala, Jinja, Entebbe and other municipalities advertising their hearts out with special offers …

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Several dead and apparently poached elephant had been found in a national forest reserve outside the Queen Elizabeth National Park, although staffs from the National Forest Authority and the Uganda …

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The cultural aspects of tourism to Uganda have for long been underestimated and underexploited, in spite of some feeble attempts to organize regular tours to see the seats of the …

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As Rwanda commemorated the 17th anniversary of the genocide, with swept the country in April and May 1994, the message from Kigali was loud and clear NEVER AGAIN. President Paul …

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In spite of misgivings in one or the other of the East African Community member states over the introduction of marketing the region as a single tourism destination, has the …

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The Ministry of Tourism, Trade and Industry has appointed a probe team to conduct an investigation into the quality and cost of infrastructure development concerning the funds managed by the …

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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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The  habituation of two more groups of mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is in its final stages and by mid 2011 a further 16 permits for gorilla …

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  Rwanda has chosen 18th of June this year as annual Kwita Izina Gorilla naming festival. This date still has to be confirmed by the Rwandan cabinet though, showing the …

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A few weeks back, two Congolese poachers try their luck to come across the common border to Rwanda, laying snares and traps in the Volcanoes National Park, hoping to ‘get lucky’. …

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