"Tourists are ready to pay to track gorillas, paying $600 (about sh2.1m) to see how you make fire without using match boxes,” said minister Kiwanda.
“It is very vibrant and already knows the room where it lives.After an evening walk, it can find its way without being guided.”
The Tulambule domestic tourism drive is one of the ways that Ugandans have been encouraged to explore and experience the beauty of their country
Next month it will be launched in the Busoga region
UNESCO lists more than 1,000 heritage sites.
“Lake Mburo is a prime park close to Kampala and visitors can drive there for a day or weekend out,” says Kaddu Sebunya.
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