Lightning kills 4 gorillas

Four  mountain gorillas from the Hirwa family, including three adult females, have been killed by an apparent lightning strike in Mgahinga National Park The four mountain gorillas were part of a group of 17 known as the Hirwa family, which had crossed into Uganda’s Mgahinga National Park in August last year from Volcanoes National Park in […]

The Fate of unmarried pregnant girls was finalized kisizi falls

Kisizi Falls is in south western Uganda, Just next to Kisizi Hospital that was started by John Sharp a Christian missionary. The Hospital brought new hope and new life to the community especially to un married pregnant girls who were considered to have brought disgrace to their families and the entire community. The hospital welcomed […]

Which Uganda Visa do you need?

Uganda’s diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Ruwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. Its plentiful wildlife includes rare primates, the Big five mammals, numerous reptiles as well as abundant birds. Uganda is one of the blessed countries hosting the rare mountain gorillas in their natural habitats. And half of the world’s mountain gorillas are found in Uganda’s […]

Uganda named the friendliest country

Uganda has been described as the friendliest country globally following a survey conducted among expatriates globally, according to the BBC. In recent months, a global community network (Inter-Nations) conducted their annual Expat Insider survey of more than 14,000 expats from 191 countries, asking residents to rate a number of aspects about life abroad, including how […]

The uniqueness of the people of Uganda.

Uganda also dubbed the pearl of Africa is popularly known for its vast variety of nature with most of the prolific and densely populated wildlife national parks, almost 11% of the world’s bird species making it a birders’ haven and half of the total mountain gorilla population. Soaked by the waters of Nile River, Uganda […]

Uganda gorilla tracking rules and regulations

For a gorilla Safari in Uganda, you need to be fairly fit, equipped for the humid, muddy conditions of a rain forest hike, and healthy. You will not be permitted to do a Uganda gorilla trekking safari if you have a cold or similar illness; because gorillas are susceptible to many human diseases. The region’s mid-December to February […]

Top things to do and see around Kisoro

Activities after gorilla tracking, mgahinga gorilla park-Uganda, Kisoro is home is the main base for gorilla trekking in South Western Uganda and in neighboring Rwanda and DR Congo. However, Kisoro doesn’t only offer gorilla trekking, it’s beautiful surroundings offer an opportunity to undertake several different interesting activities, either individually or in groups. Below is some […]

All you need to know about Chimp tracking in Uganda & Rwanda

Where to track Chimps…… in Uganda Kibale Forest National Park: Kibale forest is home to 1,400 Chimps and has the continent’s highest diversity and density of primates. Two three-hour chimp tracking hikes run daily. The full-day habituation experience is limited to four people. Kyambura Gorge, Queen Elizabeth National Park: Though best known for its tree […]

All you need to know about Gorilla Tracking in Uganda & Rwanda

Seeing gorillas up close and spending time watching them go about their daily lives is an amazing experience and the highlight of many a visitor to Uganda. Where to find them Mountain gorillas are critically endangered and can only be found in the dense forests bordering Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The […]

Top Things to do in Uganda

Visit the source of River Nile: This glorious river, which flows through eleven countries, is the longest river in the world and you will encounter it few more times during your Uganda travel. If you like adrenalin water sport, don’t miss out on the white water rafting in Jinja or see its rich animal life […]