Virunga Conservation Area

Virunga Conservation Area

The Virunga conservation is also known as the Virunga massif is shared in between three countries that is Uganda, Rwanda and Congo. This area covers Virunga national park in Congo, Mgahinga national park in Uganda and the Volcanoes national park in Rwanda. The Virunga ranges are home to different habitats especially the endanger mountain gorillas, mountain gorillas can only be trekked within the above three countries in the world. Mountain  gorillas Mountain gorilla trekking is the most sought tourists activity …

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The Devil’s Cauldron in Murchison Falls

The Devil's Cauldron in Murchison Falls

Murchison falls national park named after its famous waterfall is the oldest and the largest national in Uganda, the park is situated in the north western part of the country endowed with 76 mammal species, 13 primate species and over 450 species of birds. Murchison falls national park is also bisected by the worlds longest river Nile that starts its 000s kilometers journey in jinja a town  found in the eastern part of Uganda and its also known as east …

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Sport Fishing in Lake Mburo

Sport Fishing in Lake Mburo

About a 3rd of Uganda is occupied by water this makes the country one of the top sport fishing destinations in Africa. There are many other stunning water bodies in the country apart from lake Mburo for example lake Victoria which is the largest fresh water body in Africa and second in the world. Sport fishing in Lake Mburo is one of the famous park activities, fishing is conducted around the restricted area Mazinga. Tourists planning to engage in sport …

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Rwenzori Mountains National Park

Rwenzori Mountains National Park

Mount Rwenzori national park was established in 1991 and recognized as a UNESCO world heritage sit in 1994, it covers an area of about 996 kilometers squared. It was also made a Ramsar site in the year 2008. The most common activity in Rwenzori mountains national park is climbing Rwenzori Mountain also known as “mountains of the moon”. Mount Rwenzori stands at an elevation of 4,267 meters above sea level, this is one of the hardest mountains to climb in the …

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Rwanda Cultural Heritage Corridor

Rwanda Cultural Heritage Corridor

Rwanda is one of the countries in the world where tourists can trek mountain gorillas, but many tourists forget to explore the unique culture of the Rwandeese people. The Rwandan cultural heritage corridor can be found in the southern part of the country where you can find a lot about Rwanda’s cultural values and historical information. Some of the iconic places to visit in the Cultural heritage corridor are: Ijuru rya Kamonyi This place is translated in English as “Heavens of …

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