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Nyombe Swamp located at the extreme end of Lake Bunyonyi is a must visit during your stay at Lake Bunyonyi. The swamp is home to numerous bird species some of which are endemic to the area. it is therefore one of the best birding spots in Lake Bunyonyi and a not miss for every birder...
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Hiking is a very good option for tourists who go to Sipi falls. You can pick from numerous popular waterfall walk. However the cool breeze of the Sipi falls will offer a lot of comfort. You are provided walking sticks to provide support on this hike. It takes you about 3 hours to hike all...
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The Great blue turaco is the largest species of turaco family endemic to Africa. It has a bright blue body, rounded wings, long tail, and strong legs. Both the males and the females are similar in appearance and their coloration doesn’t change throughout the year. Found in rainforest, gallery forest, and lush secondary habitat. Usually...
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Bush babies are among the smallest primates almost as small as a squirrel, they are African nocturnal primates that live in trees and they are usually seen during the night game drive in the different national parks in Uganda during our exciting Uganda Primate Safaris. They have an odd as it combines looks of several animals...
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The black-and-white-casqued hornbill is also known as the grey-cheeked hornbill. The males have a large black-and-white bill, and females a much smaller all-dark one. In flight, shows a broad white patch at the back of the wing and a black tail with white sides. Usually in pairs or small groups. The loud calls are honking and yapping notes...
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Kalinzu Forest Reserve is popular for its over 414 tree species including shrubs; primates like 220 chimpanzees, blue monkeys, vervet monkeys, baboons, black and white colobus monkeys, more than 380 bird species thus making it a true birder’s paradise (includes the black and white casket, Great blue turaco and many others); over 100 moths and...
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Many of us were raised with the belief that our closest genetic relatives are chimpanzees. However, we now know that we share approximately 98.7% of our DNA with chimps and bonobos. Both species are more closely related to humans than gorillas or orangutans, and we can gain many insights into human evolution by studying the...
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The Uganda Museum is the biggest and the oldest Museum in Uganda which starated in 1908 at Lugard’s fort on OLd Kampala Hill in Kampala city. It later moved to Makerere UNiversity at the school of industrial and fine arts and lastly to KItante Hill where it stands today. the Museum has different sections including: Traditional...
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Uganda isn’t only famous for its big game, the rare mountain gorillas, golden monkeys, chimpanzees, birdlife and the mighty source of the Nile but also for its unexploited butterflies. Butterflies feature among the very few most stunning and attractive insect species that you should consider sighting while on your safari in Uganda. They come in...
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Uganda is home to 20 primate species with Kibale National Park containing the highest density in all of Africa with a total of 13 including the recently discovered Dwarf Galago. As well as the chimpanzee and gorilla, the black-and-white colobus, red-tailed monkey, grey-cheeked mangabey, l’Hoest’s and blue monkeys, and olive baboons can be seen during game drives,...
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