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Month

March 2021
WILDLIFE The Park supports a variety of wildlife including rock and tree hyraxes, elephant, buffalo, Defassa waterbuck, oribi, bushbuck, duiker, forest hog, bush pig, leopard, civet and serval cats, serval cats, spotted hyena; aardvark and several rodent species. However these animals are rarely observed in the forest setting. More commonly seen creatures are the black-and-white...
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Kasenyi is situated in Kasese District, within Rwenzururu sub-region in the Western part of Uganda. It is within Queen Elizabeth National Park, which is the most well visited national parks in Uganda. The location of these Kasenyi plains  is about  48 kilometers or 30 miles by road, just south-east of Kasese, which is the district head office, as well as...
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The Ishasha sector (Queen Elizabeth national park) is famous for its tenant Tree climbing lions that are extraordinary wildlife and one among the highlights on all safaris taken inside Queen Elizabeth National park. In the southern portion Queen Elizabeth national park, the Lions are now and then spotted holding tight braches of monster fig trees...
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Uganda is known for many things and as the nickname of food basket suggests, it has joined other countries and ventured into agro tourism. Agro tourism also known as Agri tourism is on a rise in Uganda. The country is experiencing fast urbanization and the farmers also have to keep up if they want to the trending...
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Bohor reedbucks are rare but fascinating antelope species you will encounter during Uganda safaris. They are scientifically referred as Redunca redunca and belong to the Redunca genus as well as Bovidae family. Their skin color range from yellowish to grayish while their horns are only evident in males, measuring about 25 to 35 centimeters long...
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Hot Air Balloon Safaris in Uganda are one of the most interesting, exciting and memorable activity one would love to participate in Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls National Park, these are the only Parks you can experience this activity. It’s also the only way to sight the animals at the Park in the...
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Sport Fishing: Lake Mburo is a unique magical park located in the western part of Uganda; it’s the country smallest Savannah Park covering an area of three hundred and seventy kilometres squared with very rich diversity hence making it and habitat to many wildlife species and over three hundred and fifty bird species. The park has got a...
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A duiker is a small to medium-sized brown in colour antelope native to Sub-Saharan Africa. They are found in heavily wooded areas. The 22 extant species, including three sometimes considered to be subspecies of the other species, from the subfamily Duikers are split into two groups based on their habitat: forest and bush duikers. All forest species inhabit the rainforests of Sub-Saharan Africa, while...
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Community Cultural Encounters in Kidepo valley national park:  The park is located amidst the rich cultural areas of the Northeastern part of Uganda dominated majorly Karamajong. Karamajong culture is one of the most unique and preserved cultures in Uganda that you ought not to miss while in Kidepo for Wildlife safaris. The cultural experiences and traditional lifestyle of...
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Chimpanzee tracking / Uganda chimpanzee tracking can be done at Kyambura Gorge located in the outskirts of Queen Elizabeth national park south western part of Uganda. The chimpanzees were habituated a few years ago and the population is said to be approximately 19 chimpanzees which were trained to be close to humans. The Kyambura Gorge...
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