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Typhoon Soulik leave tourists stranded

Following landfall in Typhoon Soulik, floods are expected to reach mainland China as reported by local media. Around 8,000 people were evacuated from their homes before the typhoon struck, with hundreds of soldiers deployed to high-risk areas and the whole … Continue reading

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UWA DIRECTOR WINS GLOBAL CONSERVATION AWARD | Africa Christmas Vacations

Uganda Wildlife Authority’s Chief Conservation Area manager (CCAM) Mr. Charles Tumwesigye is the proud winner of the 2013 National Geographic Society/Buffet Award for Leadership in African Conservation. Mr. Tumwesigye becomes the second UWA officer to win the prestigious award after … Continue reading

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IATA to improve African aviation safety | Gorilla safari companies

IATA - International Air Transport Association has urge ministers attending the African Ministerial Meeting on Aviation Safety to endorse and adopt the Africa Strategic Improvement Action Plan. Alongside colleagues from the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), IATA agued the plan would … Continue reading

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3 DAYS LAKE MBURO NATIONAL PARK TOUR | Uganda short tours

DAY 1: TO LAKE MBURO NP In the Morning, our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Kampala or residence and transfer you to Lake Mburo Np .Lake Mburo National Park has noticeably different fauna compared to … Continue reading

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Ngamba island annual chimpanzee challenge back | CHEX

The Ngamba Island annual Chimp Challenge will be held this year on 5th May at the On Course Training Grounds in Kitende, Uganda The annual event is once again sponsored by City Tyres, with all proceeds going toward providing food … Continue reading

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Mt.Elgon National park wild life find refuge in Kenya

A tourist walks through a crater lake covering 40 sq kilometres. The crater that was formed after the collapse of the mountain peak about two million years ago following a major eruption, is one of the biggest crater lakes in … Continue reading

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Africa proud to announce two back to back tourism events (Budget gorilla trekking)

The SADC and RETOSA meetings in Mauritius this week was an opportunity for Seychelles and Zimbabwe to speak with delegates and press of major tourism events coming to Africa. The world is still reliving the successful FIFA World Cup that … Continue reading

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Government to restore Uganda Airlines (gorilla trips)

Ugandan government is considering reviving its national carrier almost 20 years after it folded, following the country’s  tourism industry being officially recognized as second largest source of foreign exchange after remittances from Ugandans working abroad. With tourism now officially recognized as … Continue reading

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Kony film to raise the Tourism numbers of Tourists to Uganda (secure gorilla permits)

In 2005, an attempt at promoting tourism in Uganda was made with the one million dollar ‘Gifted By Nature’ campaign on CNN. It made little impact on awareness or arrival figures. Then 2009 ‘Friend a Gorilla’ campaign had a more … Continue reading

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SIR SEEWOOSAGUR RAMGOOLAN INTERNATIONAL NAMED AS AFRICAS BEST

Mauritius had reason to celebrate a world number one position this week when it became known that the international airport survey carried out by the Airport Council International, ranked SSRI as Africa’s best, ahead of more likely rivals on the … Continue reading

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