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Cabinet has approved amendments to the Wildlife Act and toughened the penalties against wildlife crimes.
Close to 200 runners are expected to grace the Marathon that is scheduled for this Sunday in Kampala starting from Kitante to the Uganda Museum.
The end of the 2017 edition of the Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE) was marked with a gala dinner at the Kampala Sheraton Hotel to give hosted buyers and international travel media a befitting sen
According to Ruth Ndyabahika, the Executive director, Gracevilla, the Kidepo adventure was a follow up of last year’s drive that saw participants hike Mt. Muhabura...
The Pearl of Africa received the highest marks for friendliness. According to the InterNations report, 57% of expats in Uganda gave ‘general friendliness’ the best possible rating (the global average was 26%). Not only that, not a single respondent ranked this factor negatively.
In an effort to market the region as single tourism destination, the three Northern Corridor integration project partner states of Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda yesterday launched the East African Tourism
This initiative looks at tourists giving back while having fun. Proceeds from the tour will go towards education and upkeep of the girls. We believe that every community...
The Pearl of Africa 2017 Tourism Expo, under the theme “Tourism is everyone’s business” will run from Friday 17th, February to Sunday 19th
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.
Idi Amin Dada was the third president of Uganda, ruling from 1971 to 1979
Eng Ivan Batuma, the Kigezi Tourism sector, Vice chairperson and also a member of the Uganda Wildlife Authority board of trustees said that the Minister’s Tulambule...
Never content to simply stop improving things, Google has now added three more African countries to its Street View application. The announcement of the a
Now in its third edition, The Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE) has become one of the most anticipated tourism event that brings together all tourism stakeholders and service providers with in the
The Government stopped illegal mining of gold, logging and encroachment that were pushing Bwindi to her knees.
Nakuwa wetland system, one of Uganda’s Ramsar sites, is no more.
Uganda's tourism industry is mainly associated with wildlife. But the country is looking to attract people to its geologic features as well. And it has some stunning crater lakes that are helping do t
We have sensitized the local leaders that when security is disturbed, the number of tourists falls,
Bakwate was a hit with the ladies.