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  • THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UGANDA’S FIRST EVER FLOATING RESTAURANT TAKES SHAPE – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS On the shores of Lake Victoria within the confines of the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC) formerly Entebbe Zoo and one of the exciting Uganda Safari tour sites, the efforts to establish the first ever Uganda Floating restaurant are underway. According to the Executive Director of UWEC, Mr. James Musinguzi, the first phase of this magical ...
  • THE 2017 KWITA IZINA GORILLA NAMING CEREMONY GAINS GROUND – RWANDA GORILLA SAFARI NEWS Locally known as Kwita Izina, the Gorilla Naming Ceremony is an annual event held in Kinigi at the Head Quarters of Volcanoes National Park – the main destination for Gorilla Trekking Safaris in Rwanda where baby Mountain Gorillas are given names for purposes of conservation. The 2017 Kwita Izina Ceremony will see a count of thirteen ...
  • UGANDA GIFTED WITH TWO MOUNTAIN GORILLA BIRTHS IN A WEEK’S TIME – UGANDA GORILLA SAFARI NEWS Mubare Gorilla Family one of the three habituated Mountain Gorilla groups in the Uganda trekking safari region of Buhoma – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park struck a magical wonder when two of its members attained successful births in the period of one week. Noted World over as critically endangered, the Mountain Gorillas are characterized by low birth ...
  • THE DEMAND FOR UGANDA GORILLA PERMIT ON THE PEAK – UGANDA GORILLA SAFARI NEWS Unlike in the past where the high demand for Uganda Gorilla trekking permits would be experienced in the peak months of June – August, the trend seems to be changing and now, the increased demand spreads across the year. The trend is partly attributed to the recent 100% increment in the Rwanda Gorilla permit leaving many ...
  • ENHANCING ECOLOGICAL DIVERSITY; THE STORY OF INTERNAL ANIMAL TRANSLOCATION IN UGANDA – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS The first major one was Rothschild Giraffe translocation from Murchison Falls National Park to Lake Mburo National Park in June 2016 where a total of fifteen (15) Rothschild Giraffes were transferred accordingly. The respective individuals adapted well to the acacia savannah stretches of Lake Mburo National Park and now encountered by travellers on Uganda Safaris. Besides ...
  • The historical journey of Sheraton Kampala hotel – Uganda safari news Sheraton Kampala Hotel is one of the remarkable oldest five star hotels offering accommodation to the up-class travelers in Uganda including those on Uganda safaris and tours. Operating in Uganda for the last fifty (50) years following its opening on October 8th 1967, Sheraton Kampala Hotel has experienced several managing company operators up to the present ...
  • The black-headed gonolek; birds of Uganda – Uganda safari news Also referred to as Laniarius erythrogaster, the black-headed gonolek is among the exciting bird species explored by travelers on Uganda birding safaris. Belonging to the Malaconotidae family, the black-headed gonolek thrives in the countries of Cameroon, Burundi, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Chad, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Nigeria, Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda where it is ...
  • Carpe diem Entebbe; best bed & breakfast spots of Entebbe – Uganda safari news Carpe Diem Entebbe is one of the best Bed & Breakfast spots in Entebbe where travelers on Safari in Uganda can spend their first and last nights. This sumptuous Guesthouse presents accommodation in a range of four (4) luxury rooms featuring en suite bathroom making the guest stay including those on Uganda tour comfortable. The rooms ...
  • Black bee-eater; birds of Uganda – Uganda safari news Scientifically referred to as Merops gularis, the Black bee-eater is among the popular bird species explored on birding safaris in Uganda.  Belonging to the Meropidae family, the Black bee-eater thrives in the tropical parts of Sub Saharan Africa majorly at margin of the rain forest and secondary woodland. The black bee-eater stretches to 20cm in length ...
  • Kyambura gorge; the natural wonders of Uganda – Uganda safari news To the East of the Uganda Safari destination of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kyambura gorge – a great natural feature that stretches to 100m in depth below sea level thrives. Kyambura gorge also referred by the Valley of Apes supports populations of Chimpanzees which are recorded to be among the Great Apes and among the closest ...

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