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Road Tripping Uganda

Discover Queen Elizabeth Park on a Road Trip

Discover Queen Elizabeth Park on a Road Trip

Road Tripping Uganda

Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the top national parks visited on road trips in Uganda. Located in Western Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park can easily be accessed by motorists. To reach Queen Elizabeth national park it takes about 5-7 hours driving at your own pace. There are several stopovers that one can have

UWA Disburses 513m to Districts Bordering Queen Elizabeth NP

UWA Disburses 513m to Districts Bordering Queen Elizabeth NP

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The management of Uganda Wildlife Authority on Thursday declared and disbursed a total of 513,773,660 shillings to the seven districts bordering Queen Elizabeth Protected Area in western Uganda, as part of the benefits to the communities under the Revenue sharing arrangement for the financial year 2014/15. The seven districts include Rubirizi 104,381,427 /=; Kasese 175,809,038/=,

Queen Elizabeth National Park Ranks Top in East Africa

Queen Elizabeth National Park Ranks Top in East Africa

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There will never be a better time to visit and experience the Pearl of Africa because a lot waits to be explored year round culture adventure and sightseeing. Why not start with   Uganda’s best park Queen Elizabeth national park according as listed by lonely planet as the region’s valued destinations and a look out spot

Kyambura Gorge

Explore Kyambura Gorge, the Underground Forest of Apes

Explore Kyambura Gorge, the Underground Forest of Apes

Kyambura Gorge

Located on Kyambura escarpment near Kyambura trading centre in Queen Elizabeth national Park, the over 16 kilometer long Kyambura Gorge is part of the Western Rift Valley in Uganda the sprawling savannah continues as before.  It is one of the most incredible views in Uganda– there is also great viewpoint platform from which you can

Rwenzururu King Visits Queen Elizabeth National Park

Rwenzururu King Visits Queen Elizabeth National Park

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His Royal Majesty Wesley Mumbere Iremangoma, the Omusinga Bwa Rwenzuru celebrated the first day of the New Year 2015 in Queen Elizabeth National Park. He entered the park at about 11:30 h via the Queen’s Pavillion, a site visited by a monarch Queen Elizabeth II sixty years ago. This site is significant because of the

Queen Elizabeth NP Wins TRIPADVISOR ACCOLADE Yet Again

Queen Elizabeth NP Wins TRIPADVISOR ACCOLADE Yet Again

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Queen Elizabeth National Park in Western Uganda is this year’s proud winner of the TripAdvisor certificate of Excellence for consistence in providing quality services to the visitors. The TripAdvisor would like to congratulate Queen Elizabeth Falls National Park on being awarded a 2014 Certificate of Excellence, signifying that it has consistently earned outstanding feedback from

Uganda Hippo

Hippo Census Kicks Off in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Hippo Census Kicks Off in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Uganda Hippo

Hippo census, a scientific function undertaken once in two years to monitor population trends kicked off on February 25, 2014 at 8.30 am. It was flagged off by the CAM who participated in the count as a visitor. The census provides an opportunity for clients interested in management programmes to participate and contribute towards achievement

Uganda’s Prime Minister Awed by Tree Climbing Lions

Uganda’s Prime Minister Awed by Tree Climbing Lions

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Uganda’s Prime minister and head of government business Mr. Amama Mbabazi on November 9th 2013 led a high powered delegation of eminent citizens to visit Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park where he sighted the much sought after tree climbing lions. With the help of researchers who tracked and established the exact location of

Tourism Circuit Bridge Fixed in South Western Uganda

Tourism Circuit Bridge Fixed in South Western Uganda

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Life gradually returns to normal after the Ntungwa -Ishasha Bridge at the Rukungiri- Kanungu district borderline was re-opened by the Kanungu RDC for traffic Canon Benon Bwagi Ruronga. A heavy truck loaded with cement enroute to DR Congo had earlier collapsed the weak bridge bringing the entire channel down into the river. The broken bridge