Author - Collins Mann

4Day itinereray to Kidepo National Park Mabare Tours and Travel

Itinerary for Kidepo Trip Day one 7:30am: Departure from Kampala 10:00am: Stopover at Zziwa Rhino sanctuary for a mix and mingle with the rhinos 11:00am: Continuation of journey 12:30am: Stopover at Karuma game reserve to capture the sights and sounds of the falls(karuma) 01:30am: Sampling culinary delights of the luo people in Gulu 05:30Arrival into the park via Lokumoit gate and checking into UWA bandas Day two 07:30am: Morning game drive around the southern wing of the park. Expect to see huge concentrations of elephants and buffaloes. [...]

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5Days Bird watching Itinerary Uganda

Itinerary Uganda’s favourite bird watching destination-Lake Mburo National Park and Semuliki National Park Trip Highlights Chimpanzee trekking, Bird watching, Community Tours, Jaw-dropping sceneries, Boat cruises, Hot springs. Day 1 Morning: Departure for Kibale National Park Via Mubende District. Mid-day: Sampling Ugandan Roadside foods at Mubende. Evening: Checking into Lodge in the middle of the forest park. Late Evening: Camp fires at the lodge as you watch traditional performance by local dancers from the parks neighbourhood. Day 2 6:30-9:30am: Chimpanzee trekking and Bird watching in Kibale Park. 10:00am: Breakfast and [...]

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Best of Eastern Uganda

Best of Eastern Uganda Trip highlights Sipi falls, cultural tourism, scenery, rock paintings, hiking, wildlife parks Day 1 Early morning: Departure for Mbale from Kampala. Total distance to be covered is 224kms. The trip will take on a road trip arrangement as opposed to express drive. The first stopover will be at Uganda’s adventure capital, Jinja (if you wish to explore any tourism activities choice such as, quad biking, horseback riding, bungee jumping…..) Early afternoon: Drive to Mbale continues. Late evening: Checking into Hotel of [...]

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3Days Murchison falls National park

Stretching a massive 3,840km2, this is Uganda’s largest National Park! A park dissected into two by the world’s longest river, River Nile, en-route its resting place; the Mediterranean Sea. Murchison, named after Sir Roderick Murchison (1851-1853) the president of the Royal Geographic Society, is a conservation area where visitors find one of the most pristine wilderness and untamed savannas. Due to the plentiful of picturesque opportunities which abound in her, it doesn’t come as a surprise that scenes from [...]

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Semuliki national park

The beauty of this park is undoubted, after all, it prides in being one of Africa’s Top 10 bird watching destinations. Gazetted in October 1993, the park is one of the richest areas with flora and fauna diversity in Africa. It has more than 400 bird species, (the most dominant type being the lyre-tailed honey guide). Of these 400+, approximately 66{998047129deec8a088bca9fefa3767de4cbcff96217967cfcab96a8a089e8322} are of the country’s total bird species and forest birds. Ntandi and Sempaya provide excellent viewing of these birds [...]

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Kidepo National Park

World over, the most precious/prized treasures are not within easy reach. Think of diamond and gold as examples. It takes lots of resources, time and dedication before one can have these jewels. However, they are worth every sweat shade as they are premium in nature. Pian Upe and Kidepo are just like these minerals. Due to its whooping distance from Kampala, most tourists omit them off their itineraries. However, those who choose to visit them, live happily ever after. This [...]

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Change a Life in Bwindi

Mission : Ensure the delicate balance between the environment, wildlife conservation and sustainable development in Bwindi – Ruhija area. Change A Life Bwindi helps people around Bwindi national park to raise themselves out of poverty. Our projects empower the community to build a secure and sustainable future for themselves and for the national park. Our objective is to directly link the importance of preserving Bwindi Forest as a source of livelihood for the surrounding communities. To raise awareness among the surrounding communities [...]

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Conservation Through Public Health

Conservation Through Public Health achieves gorilla conservation by enabling humans, wildlife and livestock to coexist through improving primary healthcare in and around Africa’s protected areas. Located in Buhoma village, CTPH aims to be an internationally-renowned leader in gorilla research and conservation by improving the health of humans, wildlife and ecosystems that surround the gorillas, and by using a multidisciplinary approach which promotes sustainable animal and human health services, advocacy, education, and research. CTPH established an early warning system for disease outbreaks [...]

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