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'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...

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...

Man who killed gorilla jailed 11 years

Byamukama, who was on a hunting spree in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, had a nasty encounter with Rafiki, a silverback and the king of Nkuringo gorillas...

UWA still pursuing wounded elephant

Some of the animals were straying into communities and efforts to erect electric fences became futile because they were expensive.

Convoy scares away lions in National Park...

The UWA staff said they had tracked the animals and led the delegation to their location but on seeing a convoy of vehicles, they moved further inside....

Uganda to improve security in National Parks...

"Despite the huge loss to the tourism sector due to COVID-19, Uganda is ready to revamp tourism, the leading foreign exchange earner."

EU ambassadors to boost Queen Elizabeth tourism...

‘The facility, code-named Simama, (Swahili for “stop”), was funded by the European Union through the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) at about...

Govt, oil companies in assets inspection...

Uganda is inspecting the sites to establish if the environmental restoration processes were properly followed before Tullow can hand over its assets to...

COVID-19: Ugandans left landless, homeless...

The majority of those affected by these illegal evictions are mainly women, who are widows, single mothers, and orphans.

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