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February 2021
Mpanga Forest Reserve lies about 37 kilometers southwest of Kampala. It is one of the smallest natural equatorial rainforests in Uganda. This remarkable forest spans up to 453 hectares just as you are in Mpigi district. If you are nature enthusiast, then a trip to Mpanga forest reserve is worthy to explore the abundant forest...
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Matheniko game reserve is one of the areas in the Pearl of Africa where you can have a great time of the wilderness experience. It is located in the northeastern part of Uganda specifically in Moroto district in the Karamoja region. Matheniko game reserve has features and conditions that are closely similar to those in Somalia and Maasai-land...
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Zebras in Lake Mburo
  Game drives in Lake mburo national park came up as a result of the park being strategically located in a wonderful district of mbarara that has got a favorable range of climate. These conditions can enable the game activities to take place and it having great features and landscapes such as the rocky plains, the forested gorges, shrubs,...
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  Tororo Rock lies 5km, southeast of the Tororo town centre, which is situated 230km (140miles), east of Kampala, Uganda’s capital city and business centre. This steep volcano which rises to about 1800m above sea level and can be seen for miles before reaching it. The rock is a distinguished feature among the residents of Tororo and in...
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  Kibale’s most popular activity is the Kanyanchu Primate Walk. Thirteen species can be sought, and a good variety of diurnal monkeys invariably encountered, but the stars of this twice-daily show are chimpanzees. Kibale’s most popular activity is the Kanyanchu Primate Walk. Thirteen species can be sought, and a good variety of diurnal monkeys invariably...
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  Take a nature walk on the islands as you follow various foot trails, which have been put by local people. Here you will meet and interact with local people as they go to gardens, grazing or even in their homes relaxing. Interestingly, these hikes are not strenuous and experienced guides lead you. Nature walks...
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  Murchison Falls Game drive is one of the best ways to see and appreciate the rich diversity of Wildlife in the Park. This park is home to different wildlife species including 451 bird species and over 76 types of mammal including the Buffaloes, Jackson hartebeests, Antelopes, Lions, Kobs, Giraffes, Hyenas, Bushbucks, and Warthogs among others....
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  See the energetic dances of the Kikorongo Equator Cultural Performers; workers harvesting salt on Katwe Salt Lake; a traditional Banyaraguru hut; or an agricultural village – all guided by those who know them best – local community members. Leopard Village Leopard Village is a community-run, socio-economic development initiative that promotes cultural and wildlife conservation...
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Hiking and Nature Walks are among the top activities in Murchison Falls offering holidaymakers an opportunity to explore this vast wilderness on foot. Located in North-western Uganda covering an area of 3,840 sq km, Murchison falls National Park has varied sceneries and vast landscapes starting from the savannah plains, to the swamps, to the forests, the amazing...
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The sitatunga (Tragelaphus spekii), a highly restricted semiaquatic tropical antelope similar in appearance to the closely related bushbuck, but the male is larger with a shaggier coat, both sexes are striped, and it has uniquely splayed hooves adapted to its favored habitat of papyrus, wetlands and associated ecosystems. It is found in suitable habitats throughout Uganda, including six national...
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