VISAS; Applying for your visa It is a prerequisite for every visitor to Uganda to obtain a tourist visa in order to enter Uganda. Depending on your nationality you can get a 3 month tourist visa on arrival, for a single entry one pays 50 US dollars. Note that US dollar notes must be dated after 2001 or the notes will not be accepted in Uganda.  If you decide to stay for a longer period you can apply for the visa in advance at your nearest embassy or you can extend

Following the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) issued notice to stakeholders on minor changes in the rescheduling of tourism activities in UWA-managed and protected areas. UWA Executive Director Sam Mwandha issued a press statement on March 10, 2020, which was then presented by the Chairman of the Uganda Tourism Board, Hon. Daudi Migereko, to industry stakeholders at Kampala Sheraton on March 11, 2020. The Uganda Wildlife Authority Director was unable to attend the briefing due to an engagement at the Presidential Investors Round Table (PIRT). This rescheduling is causing concerns

Kampala Night life. A trip to Uganda has always been one of the most exquisite and exciting that any traveler can ever have. The country dubbed “The Pearl of Africa” because of the beauty it possess and the numerous beautiful Features to Behold. Numerous tourists have always flocked in the country for their dream travels coupled with the capital’s Night life (Kampala Night Life). It should however, be noted that if one has no clue of where to go for a safari, tourists are advised to explore the city of

Uganda today joins the rest of the world to commemorate the world wildlife day. The event, themed “sustaining all life on earth”, will celebrate wildlife as a component of biodiversity in its many beautiful and varied forms. The permanent secretary Ministry of Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities Doreen Katusiime has underscored the need for continued sensitization of members of the public about the importance of conservation The national celebrations took place in the Kisoro district under the theme “Sustaining wildlife for the benefit of the present and future generations    

Uganda will join the rest of the world to commemorate the United Nations World Wildlife Day on March 3, 2020. The main day celebrations will be held in Kisoro district at Saza grounds and President Yoweri Museveni is expected to be the guest of honour. The theme for this year will be, “Sustaining Wildlife for the benefit of the present and future generations” This will ensure the peaceful co-existence of people and wildlife. This was announced by the Minister of State for Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities Hon Godfrey Kiwanda at the

  Discover a wealth of hidden undeniable beauty as you take on walking and trekking adventures that take you to firmly beaten trails. Our local guides will lead you to tourists’ trails as they impart knowledge of the culture and history behind the place you choose to visit. Take a look at the most magnificent places in Uganda where trekking and walking are to make the most of your adventure. Rwenzori Mountains; The mystical challenger Safari highlight; The real appeal of Rwenzori hike is not in the satisfaction of reaching

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a large forest located in the southwestern Uganda in Kanungu District and covers an area of it’s between 1160m and 2607m above sea level. Bwindi was gazetted as a national park in 1991 and declared a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site in 1994. Bwindi impenetrable forest is home to these magnificent apes that are rare and endangered, their total population is less than 800 animals divided between the forests of Bwindi and Virunga volcanoes. Bwindi is one of Africa’s oldest and richest forests that predate

TOP SIX MONUMENTS IN KAMPALA A monument is a statue, building, or other structure erected to commemorate a famous or notable person or event. Kampala is a historically rich city with numerous monuments to explore. One can take a walking tour of Kampala city for few weeks or even a day’s tour is enough to memorized the city. They aim to change the negative image of Uganda one picture at a time. If you love a good selfie, here are the best places to take that one memorable shot-in my

Our 19-day Uganda Birds & Gorillas birding tour is a very popular departure that showcases the country’s most famous and productive sites. On this combined birdwatching and wildlife safari, we spend time at four of Uganda’s core rainforest sites. These include Kibale, which protects an array of primates ranging from minuscule galagos to our closest living relative, the Chimpanzee (as well as being the best site for the near-mythical Green-breasted Pitta!). We marvel at the towering trees of the fabled Royal Mile, one of the premier forest birding sites in

Rock Climbing Adventures in Uganda, Karamoja prides in a number of beautiful and unique rock formations many of which you may not be able to see in other parts of the country. These offer you a great opportunity of Rock Climbing Tours in Uganda What is Rock Climbing Rock climbing is a very exciting activity during which participants get a chance to climb up, descend or climb across artificial rock walls or natural rock formations. Usually the goal of this amazing adventure is to get to the endpoint or peak