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January 2021
The reptiles of Uganda can be viewed at Uganda Reptile Village in Entebbe. Species on display include the Gaboon Viper, Forest Cobra, Nile Monitor, Leopard Tortoise and Jacksons Chameleon. A major function of the village is to educate people so that they overcome a fear of reptiles and take an interest in their conservation. Come see over 50...
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The collective term for these birds is “peafowl.” And a family of Peafowl is called a “Bevy”, the males are “peacocks” and the females are “peahens.” The babies are called “peachicks.” Here are some interesting facts about peacocks There are just three different types of species in the peafowl family. Two of these originate in...
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The River Nile has crocodiles in various places along it shoreline. One of the places where the Nile is home and habitat to a big population of crocodiles is in Murchison Falls National park. Murchison falls has the highest concentration of crocodiles in Africa. A boat ride to the magnificent Murchison falls or to the Lake...
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Lake George is located in the western part of the East Africa’s Rift Valley. The lake is a small and shallow of approximately 250 sq. km and a middling depth of just 2.4 meters. The lake is supplied by several inflows from the extensive mountain Rwenzori ranges as well as from the northeastern agricultural area....
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Queen Elizabeth national park is a very scenic tourist destination hosting an exclusive population of animals that is why it is one of the favorite destination for most of the tourists coming to Uganda for game viewing experience. From the comfort of your car on game viewing experience you drive through numerous trucks running through Queen Elizabeth...
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Uganda is a spectacular destination that provides a safe home and habitat to variety of bird life and wildlife species which can be encountered during wildlife safaris in Uganda. Ostrich is the largest living bird species on earth and lays the largest eggs than any other bird. It is distinctive in its appearance with a long...
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You can go for a guided nature walk with a well-trained ranger to keep you safe and also guide you around the forest as you search for different attractions that live in this forest. There are about 23 different small mammal species living in this forest composed of over 312 species of trees, there are...
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Boat Cruise in Lake Mburo National Park: Lake mburo national park is the smallest park of all Uganda’s Savannah national parks covering an area of 260 square kilometers. The park was originally Gazetted in 1933 as a controlled hunting area but later it upgraded to a game reserve in 1963 and now it is given an official...
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Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is located in the southwestern Uganda on the border with Congo and Rwanda. Covering an area of about 33.7sq. kilometers, the park is a habitat for man’s closest, the mountain gorillas which roam about the whole forest in search for food. This park is one of the few places in the...
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The Victoria Nile Delta is a peaceful stretch where the River Nile flows into Lake Albert and it is here that the park’s prime wildlife is explored by boat. You will have an opportunity to view large numbers of hippos and Nile crocodiles as well as various bird species some of which are endemic to...
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