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Uganda being known for abundant wildlife, birds, great weather, breath taking landscapes, crater lakes toppled with also a rich diversity of untapped culture and heritage. With Over 54 tribes, Uganda is definitely the ultimate place to experience the diverse cultural immersion. Ranging from cultural music, art, food and hand crafts to the cultural norms, the

The Royal Mile is found in the 793 Km2 Budongo Forest Reserve that lies at the edge of the Albertine Rift and is attached to Murchison Falls National Park in the south. It is known for its popularity as a traditional leisure stop-over for Uganda’s royalty. The Royal Mile is an excellent birding spot with

It is 15km west of Entebbe and extends across more than100kms from a shallow, marshy bay on the northern shore of lake Victoria. Mabamba Swamp is one of the best places in Uganda to spot the highly sought-after shoe bill in its natural habitat. Bird watching is mostly via canoe, where you will navigate waterways

Bird life in Rwanda is excellent and gives visitors a chance to see some of the Albertine Rift endemic bird species. There are over 600 species in Rwanda, which is amazing and therefore makes the country a great birding destination. The bird life in Rwanda is astonishing; species include the 17 Globally Threatened birds and

Uganda’s remarkable avian diversity (over 1000 species within an area the size similar to that of Great Britain) can be attributed to its location between the East African savannah, West African rainforests and semi-desert of the North. Uganda offers easy access to bird-rich habitats that are difficult to reach elsewhere. Uganda is a prolific and

They are 3 rocky-islands found approximately 5km from the Kasensero Landing site on Lake Victoria in Rakai District. Musambwa Island is not only a gem of mythical wonders, but also a place where wildlife and nature calls home. The island is a recognized ramsar site and it’s classified as one of the 6 IBAs (Important

Viewing birds is difficult from a moving vehicle. Stopping and finding a shady spot near a flowering tree can be very rewarding. Because of the mixed habitat near the river, seeing over 150 different species in a few hours would not be out of the ordinary. the area close to the river is dotted with

The stunning lushes of Uganda’s national parks combined with spectacular landscapes, provides the setting for some of the Africa’s most memorable visitor experiences. Mountain gorilla tracking in bwindi impenetrable national park offers the best viewing opportunity in the world for these rear primates, and this is the highlight of any trip to Uganda.Unforgettable encounters with

The Royal Mile is found in the 793 km2 Budongo Forest Reserve that lies at the edge of the Albertine Rift and is attached to Murchison Falls National Park in the south. It is known for its popularity as a traditional leisure stop-over for Uganda’s royalty. The Royal Mile is an excellent birding spot with

Nshenyi Cultural Village is located on the edge Ntungamo district on a farm near Kitwe Town. It is an hour’s drive from Mbarara town.  Nshenyi was and is a pastoralist area but now agriculture is the another  economic activity of the people of Nshenyi.The area is  characterized by endless rolling hills, savanna grass and acacia