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Hot springs pulling crowds

During the festive season, this is an ideal place to picnic with the family. The air is fresh.

How will you mark this Christmas?

Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) says the promotion of domestic tourism ought to be exploited at this time.

Kiwanda appeals to Ugandans to embrace domestic...

In the same tone, the Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) is appealing to destination dealers and the catering industry to package their itinerary with what appeals...

Rafting: Daring the rapids of river Nile...

According to Lilly Ajarova the UTB Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Covid-19 pandemic has created an opportunity for Ugandans to travel within their...

UWA urged to tap into athletics

The tour was in appreciation of the team’s remarkable performance in the world championships

Spanish athletes visit Cheptegei's training...

Cheptegei's ability behind his accomplishments, which have no equal in Ugandan history, continues to earn him respect and fame across the globe. 

A spark between sports and tourism

Before COVID-19, approximately 10% of Uganda’s total gross domestic product was being earned from tourism.

Invest to boost tourism in Rwenzori - wildlife...

Unfortunately, Rwenzori remains among the least visited destination sites in the country.

Uganda ready for international tourists -...

Regarding hotels, tourists will be required to sanitize, take a temperature reading and wash hands as regularly as possible.

Tourism kicks back to life

TOURISM| As Entebbe International Airport opens October 1, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)predicts that the country is bound to...


Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.