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The Shoebill facts
The Shoebill facts. The Shoebill facts-The term of Shoebill serves as the most frequently used of the common names for a stork-like bird, renowned for its size. It also has alternate names by which it’s known, though. These include the whalehead, whale-headed stork, and shoe-billed stork. The shoebill looks mean and a little prehistoric compared...
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sipi falls
Activities at Sipi Falls. Activities at Sipi Falls– Sipi falls are located in the Eastern region of Uganda in Kapchorwa district. They are located on the cliffs of Mt Elgon just at the edge of Mt Elgon National Park near the Kenyan border to Uganda. Sipi falls derived its name from the word “sep,” which...
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AFRICAN SAFARI
African Safaris African Safaris- Uganda is richly blessed with tourist attractions diversely spread out throughout all national parks. Here are the top 5 tourist destinations in Uganda that most tourists from around the world love to visit once they visit Uganda on African Safaris. Top 5 Tourist Destinations in Uganda to Visit in Uganda when...
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Gorilla trekking in Uganda
Africa’s Gorilla species. Africa’s Gorilla species- Gorillas are the largest of the great apes and one of the closest relatives of man –  after bonobos and chimpanzees. Gorillas share 98% of their genetic code with humans. Africa’s Gorilla species display many of the behaviors/emotions common with humans such as sadness and laughter. Wild Gorillas are...
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Cross River Gorillas(G. beringei graueri)
Gorilla Trekking Costs- Uganda & Rwanda. Gorilla Trekking Costs- Uganda & Rwanda- gorilla trekking cost is relatively high compared to other wildlife encounters as we will discover. What is gorilla trekking and why is it so expensive? Gorilla trekking is one of the most thrilling wildlife activities in Africa. The experience is much different from a...
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Silverback gorilla facts
Silverback Gorilla Facts. Silverback Gorilla Facts- Silverback Gorillas are the largest primates on earth. After bonobos and chimpanzees, gorillas are the closest relatives to humans (Their DNA is about 98% similar to that of humans). Gorilla are found in the great forests of East, Central and Western Africa. Gorillas are dived into two main species...
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Gorilla trekking in Uganda
Mountain Gorilla Families- Uganda. Mountain Gorilla Families- Bwindi impenetrable Forest National Park is a renowned world heritage site as well as the Mgahinga National Park  found in the far southwestern corner of Uganda, with slightly over 1006 mountain gorillas remaining in the world according to the Uganda Wildlife Authority (2018) Uganda is home to more...
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The Fox’s Weaver
The Fox’s Weaver. The Fox’s Weaver – Fox’s Weaver is one of those that prefer moist habitats and is the only true endemic to Uganda, a country often referred to as Africa’s birding Capital during Uganda safaris. By description, it is a medium-sized weaver species with the male being more colourful than the female. The...
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Karuma-Falls
Karuma Falls- Murchison Falls National Park.  Karuma Falls- The roaring waterfalls on the Victoria Nile are one of Uganda’s top tourist attractions. Locally named the Karuma Falls, a name which arose from a belief that Karuma, a certain great spirit, placed the stones that break the waters in the river. The spectacular Karuma Falls lies on...
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Bugoma forest reserve
Bugoma Forest Reserve Bugoma Forest Reserve- Bugoma Central Forest Reserve is 411 km2, comprising a stretch of forest measuring 40 km. Bugoma is the largest remaining block of forest along the Albertine Rift Valley between Murchison Falls national park and the Semliki National Park. Located southwest of Hoima and northeast of Kyenjojo towns, and east of Lake Albert, in the Hoima district....
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