The House of D.J’s, a body that unities D.J's are in the country and is behind the initiative, which is entitled Tulambule.
Ugandan D.J's, are the last people one would associate with championing tourism.
For the most part, D.J's are type cast as bar hoppers-yes they do often move from one bar to another-spinning the one's and two's [millennial language for spinning discs].
That humorous typecast is factual in many ways, but cut the D.J's some slack, as starting this Friday, they will be breaking the mould, as they embark on a three day awareness raising tour of some of Northern Uganda's best tourism destinations.
Bottom-line, here is that anybody can get in on the Uganda tourism awareness act, whatever their hustle.
If the missy curvy people are doing it, why not the D.J's.
The House of D.J's, a body that unities D.J's are in the country and is behind the initiative, which is entitled Tulambule.
They are being supported by the Uganda Tourism Board, Koi Koi, Uganda Wildlife Authority, amongst others.
"Our tours to Northern Uganda are aimed at showcasing and creating awareness of the available tourism destinations in Uganda.
We will cover the multiple aspects of every site we visit in order to promote the captivating aspects of each location and region.
The upshot is to create exposure of the sites through an aggressive Public Relations campaign," Philip Mukusaba, the events operations manager, says.
The itinerary starts on Friday [February 29th] with visits to Ziiwa Sanctuary (Rhino Tour), Kabalega Diner (High Way Stop), Kafu River Bridge (High Way Stop), Karuma Falls (Chimpanzee, Falls Tour), Sundowner (Chobe) Gulu (Bomah Hotel), Night Scene in Gulu