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Ngamba Island sanctuary reopens doors for...

Tourism activities shall be undertaken in a manner that ensures all guidelines are observed, as set by the health ministry

'Take on the Pearl' campaign: UTB flags off...

The first winner will traverse tourism sites including Sipi falls in Kapchorwa and those surrounding Mbale district accompanied by Ugandan celebrities....

'Bicycle riding to mark tourism day'

Kiwanda said the trip to Fort Portal that will be flagged off in Kampala on September 24, will be joined by Uganda tourism ambassadors Edirisa Musuza aka...

My trip to the Holy Land

Standing at the shores of the Sea of Galilee was awesome, but unlike Jesus who walked on the water, I could only experience its magic by boat.

The stolen secrets of Namisindwa's caves...

According to local folklore, this is the place where many firebrand Bamasaba warriors opposed to Semei Kakungulu’s forays into south.

Gorilla baby boom continues to Mgahinga

As conservationists were celebrating the six babies produced within less than six weeks in Bwindi, the kinsmen to the Mountain Gorillas in Mgahinga added...

Uganda opens all its national parks to the...

In July, the authority had only opened savanna parks but kept, the primate parks such as Kibaale forest national park, Mgahinga and Bwindi closed to the...

Rate of accidents on Lake Bunyonyi alarms...

The voluntary group says it rescues over 30 people from the lake and retrieves about 20 bodies every month. The biggest challenge the group faces is a...

Eddy Kenzo unveiled as Uganda's new tourism...

Kenzo pledged to employ his vast network of friends and professionals across the globe to help unlock Uganda’s tourism potential, as well as encourage...

UNESCO sites: Bwindi's wonder world of gorillas...

Bwindi is home to over half of the world’s population of the endangered mountain gorillas, and over 120 mammal species.

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