At last there is hope that we may be able to get rid of those pseudo-multipurpose noisy fake phones that several Ugandans move around with.  This comes after Ibrahim K. Bbossa, the manager Consumer Affairs at UCC in an interview with media last week; said that before this year...
A Gorilla Conservation Café was opened in Entebbe, recently; aiming at conserving Gorillas and boost coffee production. This according to organizers is aimed at supporting coffee farmers around Bwindi National Park with a coffee blend dubbed: “Kanyonyi Coffee”, named after a famous Kanyonyi Gorilla, which unfortunately passed on a...
Ugandans are geared to throng Uganda's national parks and various tourist attractions, located In upcountry parts of the country during Christmas and New Year. This rare occurrence comes at a time when few Ugandans have in the past been spending their festive seasons in their upcountry homes, urban centres...
Basing on the steady increase of tourist arrivals to Uganda in the past years, Uganda expects to receive over 250,000 travelers in 2018. According to Uganda’s present tourism statistics, there has been a great increase in the number of tourist arrivals coming for Uganda safaris to visit different tourism sites in...
Starting 6th November 2017, Team Uganda made up of 20 private companies and four government agencies are exhibiting at stall AH100 at the Excel International Convention Centre in London Docklands. “As a country, we are going into London riding on the endorsements from global media. Rough Guides, a top travel...
Celebrity personalities musician Irene Ntale, Maurice Kirya and comedian Anne Kansiime have scooped big after being appointed as the ‘poaching steals from us all’ campaign ambassadors last Monday morning, 16th October 2017 at a press conference held at Sheraton Hotel in Kampala. The mass awareness campaign manned by Uganda Wildlife...
Uganda will be hosting the Uganda ‘Giants Club Conservation and Tourism Investment Forum’ in October 2017. The Forum is aimed at launching a new initiative to attract tourism into Uganda, make it a destination for high-end paying clients, and secure long-term sources of funding for the protection and maintenance...
By Drake Nyamugabwa The Peal of Africa Hotel (formerly Hilton Hotel) on Nakasero hill under private management has been introduced to Uganda to provide hospitality services. The Peal of Africa, a five star hotel is one of the latest modern hotels in Uganda with facilities open to guests and public...
RWANDA Local tourism and hospitality sector players have welcomed the initiative by African Development Bank (AfDB) to support diversification of tourism business, saying it will help make the industry more competitive and attractive. Commenting on the development, Osborn Kinene, the Rwanda Eco-Tours chief executive, said diversifying the tourism industry presents...
By Ambrose Gahene Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has called upon legislators, attending the Uganda North America Association Convention {UNAA} to promote Uganda as a tourist destination. The four-day UNAA Convention, which takes place in Miami, Florida, starts on August 31, 2017 and will attract participants from various sectors that include; Immigration,...