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Apr
2019
Frequently asked questions about gorilla tourism and Uganda
Posted by: superbeo /103
Want to behold a 360 panoramic view of Uganda’s most visited National Park? You Should Be Here! It is a stopover with a coffee shop that is conveniently located at the heart of Uganda’s 10 most endowed parks: Queen Elizabeth National Park.

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Apr
2019
Queen’s Pavilion in Elizabeth National Park
Posted by: superbeo /85
Want to behold a 360 panoramic view of Uganda’s most visited National Park? You Should Be Here! It is a stopover with a coffee shop that is conveniently located at the heart of Uganda’s 10 most endowed parks: Queen Elizabeth National Park.

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Apr
2019
Nyero rock painting
Posted by: superbeo /112
Nyero will leave you feeling like you have taken a journey back in time, into an era of chiefs, traditional healers, queens, and horse-drawn carriages. It is a plateau in Eastern Uganda with enormous rocks that bear Uganda's most beautiful rock art.

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Mar
2019
Mahoma Waterfalls Experience
Posted by: superbeo /85
Fort Portal is a true wilderness, for our country's kicks and indulging in scenic waterfalls. One such is Mahoma, a waterfall fed by a river system that was formed as a result of volcanic eruptions that took place 4,000-6,000 years ago.

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Mar
2019
Lion tracking/carnival experience
Posted by: superbeo /80
Queen Elizabeth National Park does not have as many predators as one would find in Serengeti, but you do see a huge herd of buffalos, elephants and hundreds of thousands of bird species. By the same token, lions are also present though they are hard to come by because they prefer to remain unnoticed.

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Mar
2019
Lake Nkuruba Nature Reserve
Posted by: superbeo /79
This is a great place for nature lovers visiting Fort portal, a peaceful town at the foothills of Mountain Rwenzori (Western Uganda). It is a community initiative focused on conserving a scenic lake surrounded by an ecologically rich jungle.

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Mar
2019
Lake Mburo Salt Lick
Posted by: superbeo /92
A visit to this site enables you view wildlife you might have missed out on during the morning game drive in Lake Mburo National Park. It could be giraffes, zebras, topi, buffalos, eland, bushbucks, waterbucks, reedbucks. It is a fairly open setting where animals gather to lick salty soil so as to boost the level of iron in their body.

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Mar
2019
Chimp Tracking in Kalinzu Wild Life Reserve
Posted by: superbeo /74
There are many places in Uganda that offer exceptional chimp tracking excursions. Of these Kibale National Park and Kalinzu Forest deserve a special place on your itinerary if you wish to stand great chances of encountering more than one family of chimps.