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December 2020
The TOPI Topi also called tsessebe or sassaby, are one of Africa’s most common and most widespread antelopes. It is a member of the tribe Alcelaphini (family Bovidae), which also includes the hartebeest and wildebeest. Damaliscus lunatus is known as the Topi in East Africa. Females are about 20 percent smaller, but otherwise are similar...
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When one is planning for a safari to Uganda, it is obvious that all he or she is looking at is visiting chimpanzees, trekking mountain gorillas, cultural encounters, hiking mountains and bird watching. But horse riding is another way of exploring more of Uganda’s beauty, its truly magical riding on a horse the savannah. Horse...
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Kitagata has two hot springs adjacent to each other approximately 50 sq. km According to the locals, one of the springs was used by the former Omugabe (King of Ankole) and is known as Ekyomugabe. The other spring is believed to have healing powers and is known as Mulago. The spring water can warm up to 80 °C (176 °F). The kitagata hot springs is claimed...
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The Zebras, just like the wild asses and horses are also equids.  Zebras are herbivore; they can live up to 40 years with a gestation period of 12 months and give birth to a single foal at a time that is keep away from other zebras for at least 3 days giving it time to...
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The leopards are solitary and elusive creatures and among the big five, they are the hardest creatures to see much less to photograph on your game drive, they often spend their day hiding in the trees and the caves and come out to hunt during the night and do not spend their day wondering through...
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If you ever engaged in a recreational activity of riding on water on a large inflated inner tube, then you enjoyed tubing. These tubes used are often known as doughnuts or biscuits simply because of their shape. The Nile is nature’s given for us to enjoy. You can tube the Nile in Uganda and this...
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Located 23km southeast of Entebbe in Lake Victoria, Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, or ‘Chimp Island’, is home to over 40 orphaned or rescued chimpanzees who are unable to return to the wild. Humans are confined to one of the 40 hectares while the chimps wander freely through the rest, emerging from the forest twice a...
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Morungole Mount stand at 2,750m and this makes it the highest mountain in Kidepo valley national park. The mountain is situated in the northeast of Apoka tourism office and occupies most parts of the southern boundaries of Kidepo valley national park. Generally, mount Morungole is not as tall as other mountains in Uganda say Elgon, Ruwenzori,...
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Uganda only has the Olive Baboon, while other African countries also have the Yellow baboons, Hamadryas baboons, and Chacma baboons, but in my opinion, they are not as beautiful or interesting to look at as the predominant Olive Baboons. The size of the baboon is approximately 20 to 40 inches long, minus the substantial tails...
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For mountain biking enthusiasts, Uganda is a smorgasbord of exciting and exhilarating mountain biking routes. Uganda’s weather allows for cycling any time of the year. Although it goes without saying that during the rainy season, most routes become a little more tricky. Either way, you should be prepared for an exhilarating, adrenaline pumping mountain biking...
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