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August 18, 2021
Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary The Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is a 70 Square kilometer private non-profit animal sanctuary in Uganda located near Nakitoma Village in Nakasongola district within the Kafu River Basin. The sanctuary is situated north of Kampala about 180 kilometers (110 miles) by road off the Kampala – Gulu Highway. Rhinos are members of the...
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The Rabongo and Kaniyo Pabidi Forests Kaniyo Pabidi forest is located at the edge of Murchison Falls National park covering an area of 8 kilometers. This natural forest is a safari starter for adventure in Murchison Falls as the Kichumbanyobo gate is situated right in the middle of this beautiful forest spotting enormous ancient Mahogany...
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Paraa Paraa in Murchison Falls National Park is used to refer to the region of safari land stretching off the banks of the Victoria Nile. The region is the economic centre of the park with the best lodges and business ventures and it can be reached using the southern gate of the park via Masindi...
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Buligi Game Area Buligi game area or Buligi game reserve is a stretch of safari land in Murchison Falls National Park located between the Victoria Nile and the Albert Nile. The 160 kilometer game viewing arena forms a part of the larger Murchison Falls Conservation Area along with Budongo forest, the Kaniyo Pabidi forests and...
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River Nile River Nile is the longest river in East Africa and Africa at large. It is born in Uganda from an outlet at Lake Victoria, the largest tropical freshwater lake in the world, and it flows northwards for about 6,650 kilometers pouring into the Mediterranean Sea. The Nile is the major water source for...
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Karuma Waterfalls The Karuma falls are located in Kiryandongo district in the Bunyoro sub-region in the western part of Uganda. The waterfall occurs at an elevation of 1,000 meters (3,000ft) above sea level along the course of the Nile as it flows north and can be literally seen from the Kampala – Gulu highway just...
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Boomu Cultural Village Experience The Boomu Cultural Village is a community of natives in the western region of Uganda in Kigaragara village at the edge of Murchison Falls National Park. The community is built on unity or working together for a common good; an ideology that was derived from the local word “Boomu” which can be...
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Budongo Forest Budongo Forest is a protected natural forest reserve located amidst ancient Albertine rift valley rocks at the heart of an escarpment north east of Lake Albert. It is an 825 square kilometer expanse of semi deciduous forest near Masindi town, abounding in woodland and savannah vegetation along the road to Uganda safari in...
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Murchison Falls One of the many wonders of Uganda is the Murchison Falls, locally known as the Kabalega falls; located in Murchison Falls National Park in the western region of Uganda. The waterfall occurs on the Victoria Nile, a section of the River Nile that flows directly from Lake Victoria, the largest tropical fresh water...
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