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  • THE HIGHLIGHT OF UGANDA, CONGO & TANZANIA; PRIME SAFARIS TAKES LEAD Multi country safaris are steadily gaining momentum among the travellers especially due to harmonisation of travel barriers and good security within the respective countries. Combining safaris in Uganda Congo and Tanzania is such an amazing wonder that Prime Safaris & Tours Ltd has mastered to surpass the guests’ expectations. Due to incredible diversity and great beauty ...
  • A DAY TRIP TO NGAMBA ISLAND CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS Ngamba Island surrounded by Lake Victoria – Africa’s largest lake and one of the popular sites for holiday tours in Uganda, is home to 49 Orphaned Chimpanzees foraging in the natural tropical forest but with supplementary feeding from the main station. At 23km from mainland, Ngamba Island is the closest spot from Kampala and Entebbe where ...
  • WILDWATERS LODGE; THE PERFECT HOLIDAY PLACES OF UGANDA – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS Uganda – the Pearl of Africa is blessed with amazing natural wonders and man, in his own means has attempted to derive the best from the same. Wild Waters Lodge located on a lush Island within the legendary River Nile is a complete site for epitome adventure vaccation safaris in Uganda. Surrounded by a beautiful riverine ...
  • SECRETS GUESTHOUSE; THE BED & BREAKFAST GUESTHOUSES OF ENTEBBE – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS Secrets Guesthouse run by a family is one of the amazing Bed & Breakfast Guesthouses that offer overnight stay for the travellers including those arriving for Uganda Safaris and tours. Set in a lush green surrounding featuring indigenous fauna and flora, Secrets Guesthouse is about 20 minutes drive from Entebbe International Airport – the main gateway ...
  • A SAFARI TO THE MAGNIFICENT QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in Western Uganda, covering districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Rubirizi, and Rukungiri. The park is estimated to be 417km about 7 hours by road from Kampala. Occupying an area of over 1,978 km2, it lies between the Lakes, Edward and George enclosing the Kazinga Channel which connects the two water ...
  • THE BIG FIVE WILDLIFE SAFARIS IN UGANDA – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS The Big Five Uganda Wildlife Safaris are Famous because of the term big five that was derived from the big- game hunters and it refers to the five most difficult wild animals to hunt in Africa. Uganda is one lucky destination which is home to all the “Big 5” African mammals that you can explore during a ...
  • BRITAIN WAIVES THE TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ON DESTINATION UGANDA – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS The British citizens interested in taking up safaris to Uganda now enjoy a wider access to all parts of Uganda with no danger restriction as per the updated travel advisory about Uganda by the UK government. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is noted to have cleared parts of Uganda that have been marked as dangerous ...
  • BAT HAWK; BIRDS OF UGANDA – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS Also referred to Macheiramphus alcinus, the Bat Hawk is one of the beautiful bird species explored during birding safaris in Uganda.  The Bat Hawk is a raptor thriving in Sub Saharan Africa, New Guinea and South Asia.  The Bat Hawk appears as a slender but medium sized bird of prey about 45cm in length. The wings ...
  • CHEETAHS OF UGANDA FACTS – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS    A cheetah is the fastest land animal on earth, belonging to a large field of the sub-family Felinae found only in Eastern and Southern regions of Africa including Uganda where it is explored on Uganda safaris and tours. Cheetah is distinguished by its slender body, a deep chest, spotted coat and black tear-like streaks on the ...
  • CHALLA ELMA WINS MISS TOURISM UGANDA CROWN – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS A range of twelve (12) competitors engaged in a tough competition on Oct 21st at Kampala Serena Hotel – one of the top notch hotels for upmarket travelers including those arriving for safaris in Uganda, in quest for the Miss Tourism 2017 crown. This was the epitome of the boot camp that involved travelling across the ...

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