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No PCR tests for vaccinated travelers to Uganda

No PCR tests for vaccinated travelers to Uganda effective Wednesday 27th April, 2022 as announced by the Ministry of Health for Uganda

Mountain gorilla families in Uganda

Mountain gorilla families in Uganda Mountain gorilla families in Uganda habituated number to 20 families with majority living in the misty Bwindi impenetrable forest and two families living in Mgahinga gorilla national park. Mountain gorillas are only found in three countries located in East and Central Africa. Apart from Uganda; Mountain gorillas are also found [...]

15 Things to do and see in Kasese

15 Things to do and see in Kasese 15 Things to do and see in Kasese 15 Things to do and see in Kasese The 15 top Things to do and see in Kasese which every traveler should try when in and around Kasese. Kasese is strategically located in the middle of over 4 of [...]

13 Things to do and see in Fort portal

13 Things to do and see in Fort portal 13 Things to do and see in Fort portal 13 Things to do and see in Fort portal Uganda's Tourism city. Fort portal prides in its cool weather, lush green environment, gentle hills, crater lakes, warm and welcoming people. The top 13 Things to do and [...]

9 Things to do and see in Bwindi impenetrable forest

9 Things to do and see in Bwindi impenetrable forest 9 Things to do and see in Bwindi impenetrable forest 9 Things to do and see in Bwindi impenetrable forest that every traveler must try before leaving Bwindi impenetrable forest national park. Bwindi forest often referred to as the gorilla highlands has captivating sceneries and [...]

Mandatory COVID 19 PCR test for travelers to Uganda

Uganda declared mandatory COVID 19 PCR test for travelers to Uganda at all her points of entry including Entebbe International Airport effective Wednesday 27th October 2021. The mandatory PCR test is done at a cost of $30 paid by the traveler.

Uganda commemorates wildlife day

Uganda commemorates wildlife day
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.

Conserving wildlife is a matter of our own survival

Conserving wildlife is a matter of our own survival
As Uganda prepares to join the rest of the world on March 3, 2020, to celebrate the United Nations World Wildlife Day, it is imperative to reflect on both the global and local themes