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Murchison falls

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Murchison falls

9 May , 2018  

Murchison falls is Uganda’s largest national park and one of its most exciting. Bisected by the Victoria Nile, Murchison falls is rich in Savannah game, even after years of poaching, and the falls after which it is names are among the most electrifying sights in Africa. Teeming with hippos and crocodiles, the Victoria Nile below […]

Mgahinga gorilla national park

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Mgahinga gorilla national park

9 May , 2018  

Mgahinga gorilla national park Mgahinga gorilla national park is Uganda’s smallest national park. It protects the Ugandan part of the Virunga Mountains, a range comprising six extinct as well as three active volcanoes and straddling the borders of Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic republic of Congo. There are three peaks that lie within Mgahinga: Muhabura at […]

rwenzori mountains national park

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Rwenzori Mountains National Park

9 May , 2018  

Rwenzori Mountains National Park Rwenzori mountains national park are on the extreme west of Uganda, 25 km from the small town of Kasese on the border with the DRC, is the Rwenzori Mountains National Park. Rwenzori mountains national park are a World Heritage Site of outstanding natural beauty. The Rwenzori mountains national park are the fabled, […]

bamasaba culture

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Bamasaba Culture

8 May , 2018  

Bamasaba culture Bamasaba or Bagisu also known as Gishu,Bagishu, Masaba or Sokwia are people of the Bantu family who live along the slopes of Mount Elgon in Mbale District eastern Uganda. An individual of Bagisu tribe is called Mugisu and everything associated with the Bagisu including their culture, tradition, values and property are also known […]

mount elgon

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Mount Elgon National Park

8 May , 2018  

Mount Elgon National Park With the largest surface area of any extinct Volcano in the world (50km by 80km), Mount Elgon is the fourth highest mountain in East Africa, with the second highest peak in Uganda (Wagagai peak, 4321 m). It contains the largest intact caldera, a collapsed crater covering over 40kms at the top of the […]

ishasha

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ishasha

8 May , 2018  

Ishasha Ishasha Queen Elizabeth National Park World over its not common practice for lions to climb trees as the second biggest cats. However, lions in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth national parks, Ishasha sector have taken up the practice of climbing trees. In the whole of Africa, tree climbing lions are found in Uganda and Tanzania Lake […]

kazinga channel

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kazinga channel

8 May , 2018  

Kazinga Channel Kazinga Channel is link between two lakes in Queen Elizabeth national park. The two lakes are lake George a smaller one found north of national park and lake Edward if found south of the park and stretched into the Democratic republic of Congo. The Kazinga channel is a haven of wild animals, it […]

Queen Elizabeth national park

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Queen Elizabeth national park

8 May , 2018  

Queen Elizabeth national park Queen Elizabeth national park runs from the base of the Rwenzori mountains in the north down to the Ishasha border post on the Ishasha river in the south. The park protects the entire Ugandan shore of Lake Edward (alternatively known as Lake Rutangize), the northern and western shores of lake George, […]