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nyungweRwanda was listed by CNN amongst top 18 worlds beautiful destinations one must visit in 2018.

This is one of Africas smallest country located in central Africa, it has been surfing a tide of impressive information in the recent years as it has settled from tribal conflicts. In addition to the peace, Rwanda has got these glowing numbers of the charming volcanic landscape, endangered mountain gorillas, very clean streets and a stable government.

The last year 2017 in May Rwanda raised their prices of gorilla trekking permits to $1,500 almost three times than a permit in the neighboring countries like Uganda. The raising of the prices was to angle a more swank market provided with the opening of the exceptional lodges and boosting the country’s tourism economy including Nyungwe House. The nyungwe house is allocated in the Nyungwe forest where you will experience a wildlife environment composed of hippos, crocodiles, lions and rare species of primates, plus Akagera Volcanoes. Akagera  reintroduced the Big five black rhinos in 2017 that had completely vanished for last 10 years.

You don’t want to miss deferred a knee-wobbling which are 50-meters above the sea level of the Nyungwe Forest plus canopy walks taking guests through the thin 200-meter bridge across canopies swarming with life. This one of the most amazing experiences one would have in the wilderness of central Africa.


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However, the size and scale of Tanzania can be devastating, the culture and behaviors of people makes it a palace worth to visit and call home for it has got the most amazing and charming sceneries and wildlife.

The Tanzania’s biggest city does not only connect to the significant natural attractions but it offers markets where one can buy gifts for souvenir like crafts, fresh produce and snacks. Villages amongst the city that has retained their beliefs, artistic tradition and customs.

With the landform’s main peak, and some of the most animal-rich safaris available, Tanzania holidays tend to shaft between the big and bold, and the personal and low-key.

Enjoy your holiday in Tanzania by choosing what you would want to do depending on the season of the year.

10 Best Tour Destination in Uganda

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Murchison Falls National Park

murchzNorthwestern Uganda feels wilder and more remote than the country’s principal destinations, but that’s part of the attraction. Its primary calling card is the glorious Murchison Falls National Park. The finest all round protected area for wildlife, balanced with the experience of evening bonfires at the bush camp or luxury lodge. If your timing is right on a game drive, it’s Eden before the fall; leopards resting in trees, roaming herds of elephants and giraffes traipsing the savannah. Its powerful namesake waterfall is where the Victoria Nile crashes through a thin channel on its final descent into Lake Albert. Another highlight is the Budongo Forest Reserve, with a huge chimp population. For years, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and its war on civilians put most of northwestern Uganda effectively off limits. But now that the LRA has fled Uganda, this vast region is once again a prominent star on the traveler’s map.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

qenpFew reserves in the world can boast such a high biodiversity rating and with landscapes including savannah, bush-land, wetlands and lush forests. Covering 1978 square kilometers, scenic Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most widespread parks in Uganda. The park is occupied by 96 species of mammals, including vigorous numbers of hippos, elephants, lions and leopards as well as chimps and hyenas. The remote Ishasha sector, in the far south of the park, is well-known for its tree-climbing lions; these females, who enjoy spending the long, hot afternoons snoozing photogenically in fig trees, are the most outstanding sight in the entire park, but don’t miss the superb birdlife or the wonderful boat trip on the Kazinga Channel either.

Lake Bunyonyi

bunyoLake Bunyonyi also known as place of many little birds, is undoubtedly the loveliest lake in Uganda. Its contorted shore encircles 29 islands, surrounded by steep terraced hillsides reminiscent of parts of Nepal. A magical place, especially with a morning mist rising off the placid waters, it has supplanted the Ssese Islands as the place for travelers to chill out on their way through Uganda, and has a selection of gorgeously remote and countrified places to stay on distant islands, where you have only the birds for company. Best of all unlike many lakes in East Africa, Bunyoni is bilharzia, croc and hippo free, and so its crystal-clear waters are all yours to swim in.

Mountain Elgon National Park

mount-elgonLocated on the border between Kenya and Uganda, Mount Elgon is said to have the largest surface area of any extinct volcano in the world and a caldera which covers over 40km2 at the top of the mountain. The highest peak, Wagagai, sits at 4,321m and is the second highest in Uganda after Rwenzori and the eighth highest in Africa, though millions of years ago it was the continent’s tallest. The cool heights offer breather or relief for humans from the hot plains below and its higher altitudes provide diverse habitats for flora and fauna. The lower slopes are clothed in tropical montane forest with extensive stands of bamboo. Above 3000m the forest fades into heath and then afro-alpine moorland, which blankets the caldera. Rare plant species present here include the giant groundsel and the endemic Lobelia elgonensis. As far as mammals, the duiker is more commonly seen, but lucky visitors may catch a glimpse of leopard, buffalo, hyena or elephant. Birdwatchers will enjoy the endangered Lammergeier vultures, Jackson’s francolin, and white-starred forest robin.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park

bwindi3Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is one of the ancient forests situated in the South-western part of Uganda, and covers an area of 331 square kilometers. This magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site was gazzeted in 1992 the same year with Mgahinga National Park and was inscribed to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1994. This Site characterized by different altitudes that range from 1160 meters to 2706 meters above sea level and is a biod8iversityy hotspot that prides itself as a home to over 120 mammal species, more than 350 bird species, 27 species of reptiles, over 200 butterfly species, more than 200 tree species and over 104 species of ferns. The most paramount attraction within this Park is the critically endangered Mountain gorillas, several endemic species and numerous tree species, but it is one of the strictly protected Forests with limited access granted to the local community members living around the National Park. In order to make the local community members benefit from the Park without necessarily entering it for firewood, the 20% revenue sharing scheme was introduced to make them benefit from different community development projects.


Rwenzori Mountains National Park

rwenzori-mountains-1This Wonderful Park covers an area of 998 square kilometers, it is one of the most remarkable sites that Uganda prides herself in. Rwenzori Mountains National Park is situated in Western Uganda and is categorized by spectacular glaciers, crystal clear rivers, snow-capped Peaks, stunning Lakes, eye-popping waterfalls and boasts of exciting flora and fauna species such as several mammal species, over 250 bird species including bird species endemic to the Albertine Rift region and 17 species endemics to the Rwenzori Mountains, 15 butterfly species. This superb mountain is the third highest mountain in Africa with a height 5109 meters above sea level. Rwenzori Mountains National park was gazzeted in 1991 and in UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994 it was inscribed. This national park is demarcated with clear boundaries to reduce on encroachment by the Local Communities and like other Parks in Uganda is managed by the Uganda Wildlife Authority.

Kasubi Royal Tombs

kasubiThis incredible site is settled on the hillsides outside Kampala City, in Kasubi. This Site was the burial ground for Buganda Kings, and four Kings ‘Kabaka’ in ‘Luganda’ and other members of the royal family were buried in this historical site. The intricate Architectural designs portray the ancient designs used in the 13th Century. This site was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001 and is considered a religious and cultural site, but was strangely eviscerated by fire in 2010, but is currently undergoing construction supported by the Japanese Government to restore it back.

Kidepo Valley National Park.

kidepo-valley-kThe Kidepo Valley National Park is among Uganda’s most beautiful parks along the border of Uganda with South Sudan in the northeast. It covers 1,442 square kilometers and offers scenery unmatched in any other national park within East Africa. Hidden into the corner of the border of Uganda with Kenya and South Sudan, this park offers spectacular Savannah landscapes that end in rocky horizon. Further south, the flat Kidepo Valley is dramatically shaped by the river that runs through it. During heavy rains, the river flash floods and flows through the park into South Sudan. Hours later, it disappears, leaving a river of sand as wide as 165 feet in some parts. it has a profusion of big game and hosts over 77mammal species as well as around 475 bird species.


entebbeOn the shores of gorgeous Lake Victoria, Entebbe is an attractive, verdant town that served as the capital city during the early years of the British protectorate. Today it’s the relaxed pace of life and nearby natural attractions that give the city its charm rather than any notable colonial relics.


jinja4Famous as the historic source of the Nile River, Jinja is now the adrenaline capital of East Africa. Get your fix of whitewater rafting, kayaking, quad biking, mountain biking and horse riding in a gorgeous natural setting with crumbling colonial architecture. The Nile River’s world-famous rapids are under threat, however in 2011, the Bujagali Hydroelectric Project buried around half of the rapids under a giant reservoir. Although the government has pledged to not further dam the river, Uganda still needs energy and so a new hydroelectric plant is planned for Kalagala Falls. Though worker strikes and faulty construction have it behind schedule for now, it’s expected that the Isimba Dam will flood some key rapids and even an island lodging as early as October 2018. It’s not the end of rafting though. Meanwhile, locals keep pushing to keep Jinja’s tourism industry alive with offerings that have wisely begun to diversify.

Fort Portal

The fort may be gone, but this dynamic and friendly town is definitely still a great portal to numerous places offering sublime scenery, amazing nature and genuine adventure. Here you can explore the beautiful Crater Lakes, track the chimps in Kibale Forest National Park or drop into Semuliki National Park with its hot springs and central African wildlife, while all the time having the pleasant hotels of Fort Portal to return to afterwards







Interesting Tourist Sites of Uganda

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Uganda has various tour places for enjoyment. Apart from Uganda’s 10 National Parks and game reserves, we have got other tourist sites to give you the amazing Safaris throughout the year.

The tourist destinations vary from nature, wildlife to adventures in terms of activities offered there and these include:

Nakayima Tree Mubende Uganda.  

nakaThe Nakiyima tree is found in Mubende along Kampala fort portal road, Nakayima I is an antique witch tree with huge buttress roots, it sits 4 km off the town on the pick of a 2.13 meter Mubende hill. This hill has a flat tabled top where the palace was that was used by the ancients to view the Mubende town with its backgrounds. The Nakyima tree is said to have leaved for over 500 years, this tree is a shrine of Nakayima spirits who was the first wife of King Ndahura who was the king of Bachwezi.

Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary.

ngambaThis a habitat for orphan chimpanzees in Uganda on the island of Lake Victoria among Koome group of Islands of Lake Victoria.  Thi group of islands include Kiimi island, Bulango Island, Damba Island, Koome Islands, Nsazi Island and many more.

Ngamba Island is more favorable for holidaymakers who come in big numbers for swimming, Kayaking, nature walks watching chimpanzees feeding and birding.

The Nile River Uganda

nile-riverRiver Nile is e longest river in the world whereby its source is known to be in Lake Victoria in Uganda. River Nile covers6695 km long through different countries and these include Uganda the mother source, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Burundi, Zaire, Kenya, and,  Egypt.

Want to the best of your time in Uganda?

River Nile is one of the best enjoyment places in Uganda with plenty of fun activities such as Kayaking, fishing in the Victoria Nile, water rafting and Bungee jumping.

Sipi Falls Uganda.

sipiThis a chain of 3 waterfalls situated in Eastern Uganda Kapchorwa district on the northern of Sironko and Mbale district. And these waterfalls lie in the footsteps of Mount Elgon National Park next to the border of Kenya and Uganda. The sipi falls site is the best spot for preparatory for treks for Mount Elgon. And the famous route starts from Budadiri following the Sasa trail to the pick and running down to sipi trails to sipi falls.

The hiking above the falls gives the amazing site to Karamoja plains, hills of Mount Elgon and Lake Kyoga. And tourist gets to tour the whole Mout Elgon through Speedway Safaris.

Sempaya Hot Springs Uganda.

ssempayaThe sempaya hot springs are situated in Semuliki National Park covering 220 km squared and it was founded in October 1993. Semuliki National Park is where tourists frequently visit to experience the miraculous amazing attractions in addition to the wildlife tour in Semuliki National Park. And these hot springs boil at a temperature of 103 degrees Celsius. Have a spray shooting up 2 meters from a wide-ranging hole of about 8 meters. These hot springs boil from the rock beneath the earth revealing the underground topographical forces that have shaped rift valleys for many eras.

The source of Nile

nileThis is the best relaxation and breezy destination for holidaymakers, discovery, and excitement situated in Eastern part of Uganda Jinja district.

Get to visit Speke Memorial site and the Nile Gardens with a marking (17 acres) of the origin of the world’s longest river. With calmer, greener and commodious gardens. Source of the Nile is one of Uganda main tourist attractions which is a habitat for various bird species and monkeys which are easily spotted.


Lake Bunyonyi

bunyonyiBasically, Lake Bunyonyi means an area of small birds established in the southwestern part of Uganda amidst Kisoro and Kabale close to the border of Uganda and Rwanda. Lake Bunyonyi is found 7-hour drive about 450 km away from Kampala the capital and the largest city in Uganda and about 100 km from Kigali the capital city of Rwanda.  Lake Bunyonyi is a Holiday destination for travelers with the natural sensation of beach breeze. Most gorilla trackers love this spot for it is situated next to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park.

 Bahai Temple of Uganda.

bahaiThe Bahai temple in Uganda is one of Africa’s wonders located about 7 km on Kikaya Hill from Kampala the capital and the largest city of Uganda. The bahai temple attracts quite a number of visitors because of its rare architectural design and its beautiful surrounding.


Ssese Island in Lake Victoria 

sseseThese are the archipelago of the 84 islands situated in Lake Victoria in the northwestern part of Uganda on the Ugandan side. Most islands are big in the size especially Bukasa and Bugala islands whereby other islands are slightly smaller with small or no habitat for human settlement. Ssese islands are one suitable destination for vacations and holidays experience during your time in Uganda. Get to the serene white sand beach and experience breathtaking sceneries and the natural breeze from Lake Victoria the largest water body lake in Africa. with much fun.

Ssezibwa Falls Mukono.

sezibwaThe Ssezibwa falls, these are falls situated in Mukono district about 30 km from Kampala the capital and the largest city off Kampala along Jinja highway. Stop at Kayanja trading center overseeing the Kasaku Tea Estate and turn on your right follow the directions on the signpost to a murram road and it is about 1.5 km to get to the falls. This can be a supplementary activity on your way to Jinja visiting the source of the Nile or going to visit mount Elgon.


The Kasubi Tombs

kasubiThese are Buganda’s royal burial grounds for Buganda kingdom, located on Kasubi Hill within the Kampala capital city of Uganda.  And it is kingdoms active tradition site where Buganda last four kings were buried which makes it so significant for the kingdom and the entire royal family. Formally, Kasubi is where Kabaka (King) and his other subordinates carried out rituals related to Baganda culture.



Places for trekking chimpanzees in Uganda and trekking permit costs.

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fchdfbUganda has got over seven chimps tracking destinations and these include.
Kibale Forest National Park
Kibale forest national park is the most suitable chimp tracking place for its large population of chimpanzees, it has over 1500 individuals and they’re three huge communities that have been habituated for tourism more than any other place in East Africa. You can track chimpanzees in Kibale forest national park throughout the year. And chimpanzee tracking permits for Kibale Forest National Park go for USD 150 per person and it’s the most expensive in all chimp tracking places in Uganda. They give discounts on the permits in low seasons of November, April, and May whereby each permit go for USD100.

fchdfbBudongo Forest in Murchison Falls National Park.
Budongo forest is the second best place for chimp tracking from Kibale forest national park in Uganda and it hosts over 800 chimp individuals. One community is composed of 80 individuals that are found in Kaniyo Pabidi area in the southern part of Murchison Falls National park, and this community has been habituated for chimp tracking.
Chimpanzees at Kaniyo Pabidi are seen so easy except for some months when the food is in shortage, they tend to leave the territory in search of food going deep into the forest. Through that period, chimps are hard to track and chances for spotting them become so limited. We advise confirming their presence at Kaniyo Pabidi before setting for tracking.
You can choose chimp tracking as an addition to your wildlife safari in Murchison Falls National Park and tracking permits go for USD85 per permit.

chimpanzee-in-uganda-safarisKyambura Gorge Forest in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Chimp tracking at the beautiful forest of Kyambura located in the Valley in Queen Elizabeth National Park can be as an added activity to the wildlife safari in the park. This has over 25 individuals of chimps which has been habituated for tracking. These chimps are always moving throughout the forest and they difficult to spot for their numbers and chances for spotting them are 50%. However the trekking remarkable with stunning sceneries and spotting of wildlife like Elephants, Hippos and many others found in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Chimp tracking permits go for USD 50 per permit.

Kalinzu Forest.
Kalinzu forest has about 300 chimps and 40 individuals of the community have been habituated for tracking to ease the spotting for tourists. Kalinzu is located near to Queen Elizabeth National Park. But due to the vastness of Kalinzu (147 sq km) the trek to find the chimps is often long and many times the chimps are missed. Chance of seeing chimps at Kalinzu is 50% but the place has a lot to offer besides chimps including water streams, beautiful sceneries, and different bird species. And chimp tracking permits go for USD 35 each permit.

Toro-Semuliki Wildlife Reserve.
Toro-Semuliki Wildlife Reserve is found in western Uganda at the border of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and this protected wildlife reserve has about 250 chimps and they’re divided into three communities. Toro-Semuliki is close to Kibale Forest National park which gives an alternative of Kibale chimp tracking. Chimps at Toro-Semuliki often times move in the savanna habitats which gives a chance to spot them moving upright on two legs like a human.

Ngamba Island Chimp Sanctuary.
This is Uganda’s unique sanctuary located amidst Lake Victoria near Entebbe. This chimp sanctuary was found to give refuge to rescued Chimpanzees from all over Uganda. And the sanctuary has about 40 individuals of Chimps protected and cared for in the fenced forest. Visitors view chimps on the raised platform at the back of the fence, therefore there is no tracking at the sanctuary. The viewing of chimps takes place in the morning when they are foraging and afternoon when they’re close to the viewing point grooming, mating etc. This is the best chimp viewing spot which has no age limit.
The Uganda Wildlife Education Center (Entebbe Zoo).

This is a designated education center for various rescued animals held captive and these animals include Chimpanzees, just like Ngamba chimps are spotted from a viewpoint and has no age limit.

Chimp trekking in Uganda

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chimpanzees-ugandaChimp tracking is one of Uganda’s astonishing wildlife activities besides gorilla trekking in the Bwindi impenetrable national park. Trekking chimpanzees give a chance to explore other bird life of different species and wildlife like primates of different species at a close and convenient site foraging in the wild and designated spots in the jungle of Africa.
Chimp trekking in Uganda offers world’s largest population of chimps and Africa at large. Uganda has got over 5700 chimps inhabiting in the forests of the western part of Uganda and different places for chimp trekking with experienced guides to take you to most suitable spots for chimpanzees.
Chimpanzees live in huge communities of about 100 individuals and some of these communities have been habituated for tourism. These habituations are made in a way of making wild chimps accommodating to human presence by continuous visits from skilled guides and this usually goes on for as long as years, after around that time chimps start adopting living around human.
Un-habituated chimpanzees tend to run away when approached by humans. Visitors visiting habituated chimps in the designated sites spend around one-hour maximum with the group. These chimps share 98.7% of the human DNA, and like the human, chimpanzees stay in composite societies where they solve their problems make and use tools, engage in elaborate interactions and communicate through a variety of sounds and gestures.
Treks are lead by trained rangers to ensure the safety and give great experience for your trekking for they know the best spots for tracking down chimps as well as giving valuable information about the lifestyle of chimpanzees in the wild. Also, some of these chimps got used to the ranger and not welcoming to strangers which makes them back if they don’t see familiar faces.
Chimpanzees can attack you if they don’t see you familiar, it was allegedly reported way back in Budongo forest where habituated chimpanzees attacked tourists who had gone for tracking without guides.
Chimp tracking has two sessions throughout the day ie morning session from 7 am and the afternoon session from 2 pm. Tourists choose due to their schedule. However, each session proffers diverse encounter. For example, during morning hours chimps are very rare, they are in the trees foraging on the tree leaves and hunting for monkeys, while as in the afternoon they come down getting back together in their groups escaping the heat and the sun and groom, mate etc.
Tracking sessions allow not more than 8 tourists; sessions are limited to avoid destroying the natural habitat as well as not allowed to children below 16 years with no exception.

Birding in Bwindi forest national park in Uganda

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uganda-birding-safari-1Just three hundred and thirty-one square kilometres of the dense forest in the south west of Uganda, and one of the oldest, rarest and most diverse ecosystems in Africa, the Bwindi Impenetrable National stands about as an amazing jungle.
Established in 1991, situated along the western border, and sanctuary to the endangered mountain gorilla, to at least nine other species of primate, to a multitude of birds, to the giant forest hog, to antelope, fish and hundreds of species of butterfly, it represents a sizable chunk of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest proper, and is possibly Uganda’s most valuable natural asset.
Best known for the fact that it houses a high proportion of the world’s population of mountain gorilla, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – for those keen to study, see and be among a species of mammal which, in terms of behaviour, is more like us than not – is something of a holy grail.
The gorillas themselves are granted great freedom of movement, their contact with humans is carefully monitored, and trekkers are encouraged to observe codes designed to protect the primates from contracting human diseases. Gorilla treks are highly organized, scientifically sanctioned and strictly guided. The reward is an experience almost impossible to describe: it is rare that a wild animal, particularly one so large, and one generally surrounded by its young, allows even fleeting access to the workings of its inner world – rarer still that it seems to positively enjoy the close proximity of humans.
Serviced by three excellent camps, and by people (from the local community as well as from the rest of Uganda and abroad) intent on preserving and developing its unique habitat, the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is East Africa’s most beautiful forest. Aesthetically, ethically, it deserves our attention.
Given its relatively humid climate, temperatures nationally are reasonably constant, ranging from a dry season maximum of 25°C to a wet season maximum of 31°C. Affected by altitude, position and the interplay between the ITCZ and meso-scales, the annual precipitation range is 400mm to 2200mm. A diagonal – south-west to north-east – zone known as the cattle corridor axis experiences between 400mm and 1000mm per annum, as does a section of the western flank of the western rift valley (Lake Albert), while the rest of the country receives upward

Visit Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary Uganda

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ziwa-rhinoThis a protected sanctuary Uganda for wild rhinos located along Kampala and Gulu road heading to the Northern Uganda close to Murchison falls national park.
This sanctuary protects over 15 rhinos with a diversity of bird life and other wildlife.
Take pleasure in nature walks, relaxing, birding and rhino tracking with rangers guiding you to the best spots for rhino tracking with a diversity of wildlife and birdlife. The diversity of wildlife includes crocodiles, antelopes, hippos, and rhinos plus a wide range of birdlife counting to over 250 bird species.
You can spot breathtaking species of birds within the sanctuary including a diversity of rare species.
The Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary was established by different wildlife and conservation organizations aiming at restoring the population of rhinos in Uganda. And this sanctuary plans to protect rhinos re-introducing rhinos in different protected sites of Uganda like Queen Elizabeth National Park.
As we wait for the re-introduction of rhinos in these protected areas visitors can pleasure in watching wildlife in the sanctuary.
The sanctuary has over 80 rangers and guards’ watching over the sanctuary day and night ensuring the safety and this sanctuary cover 7,000 hectares which you have the opportunity to explore with the well-trained rangers who know this sanctuary more than anyone else.
There beautiful infrastructures like tourist lodge, camping sites with budget guesthouses for the perfect accommodation for all kind of tourists.
Have fun in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary with a diversity of hippos, crocodiles, monkeys, rhinos and different bird species including the rare species in the nature walks and canoe riding in the waterways.

Visit the Ndere Cultural Center Kampala Uganda

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ndereNdere cultural center is one of Kampala’s cultural centers attracting visitors for its fascinating experiences of the country’s cultural dancers and sweet melodies of the cultural music performed in this place.
Through the course of the week, you can take pleasure in the theater performances and dinners at the center portraying the Uganda culture.
Performances from different tribes of Uganda happening in amphitheater every Sundays from 6 pm, Wednesdays at 7 pm and Fridays at 7 pm as well and this theater has a big space it can accommodate over 700 people.
The name Ndere was got from a cultural instrument “Flute” for its breathtaking sound and this flute is used by all Uganda cultures and it’s a metaphor for unity.
And the mission of this cultural center is to renew the pride of Uganda cultures as well as promoting it worldwide.
It is a repeated theme across sub-Saharan Africa where information was not written down as the language didn’t exist in written form, instead the information was passed between generations through performances, such as dance, storytelling, poetry, and music.
The Ndere cultural center is a must visit center within your time in Uganda around Kampala.

Take a trip to Murchison Falls National Park Uganda East African.

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upper-murchison-fallsMurchison Falls National Park is one of Uganda’s breathtaking attractions with a few protected sites within it. Murchison National Park is the Uganda’s largest National, and the falls are situated in the jewel in the crown of the protected area. The falls were named after the president of the royal geographic society and it is the significant attraction. This park was once by Winston Churchill who named Uganda a pearl of Africa, Ernest Hemingway among other royals over the past years.
These protected sites a habitats for diverse of wildlife including lions, hippos, antelopes, leopards, crocodiles, elephants, giraffes, chimpanzees, plus various bird species.
Though there was intensive hunting of the wildlife in the 1900s the wildlife is recovering and in few years it will be one of Africa’s symbols.
Murchison falls has an enchanting spectacular with violent waters devastating through the thin rocky gorge.
The falls emits the Victoria Nile River through the shaft of 6 meter wide, which flows 30 meters to the Nile River, because of the water splashes, there is a stable rainbow over the falls giving a beautiful sight.