Miss Tourism to promote Tourism in Uganda – Prime Uganda Safaris
Uganda safaris are bound to increase since the new miss tourism will be in position to create awareness to the outside world about the safari sector in Uganda such as gorilla tracking safaris. This will be through the different conferences that she will have to attend in a way of representing Uganda’s tourism industry.
Many people all over the world have stayed ignorant about Uganda as a tourist destination with all its attractions such as the Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi, this is because, many tourism potentials in Uganda haven’t been exploited fully in order to increase safaris to Uganda.
The Miss Tourism to be will help in marketing and promoting the industry to the outside world so that many travelers can come to know about the tourism potentials in Uganda including; the mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, The chimpanzees in Kibale National Park, the wildlife in other the National Parks, the culture, the mountains and the nature of the landscape. All these attractions have greatly attracted many Ugandan safaris to the country.
The main importance of this is to promote Uganda’s tourism by showcasing the beauty of the pearl of Africa; this will improve Uganda’s tourism domestically and internationally, to also showcase Uganda’s diverse and rich tourism products including its fauna, flora, its culture, history of Uganda and its food. This will help in increasing both the private and public participation in tourism development. This will later help in generating more space for safaris in Uganda.
The program will help to support tourism in order to enforce the social transformation through promoting public awareness and encouraging its engagement in the development of the tourism sector in Uganda. In the end safari visits will increase to Uganda.
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