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Best Time to Visit Uganda Uganda’s warm tropical climate makes the country an all-year-round tourist destination. Uganda’s temperatures range from 25 °C – 29 °C. This temperature tends to drop to 13 °C – 17 °C in the early mornings and late evenings especially in mountainous areas. Although tourists flock the country throughout the year, Uganda...
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What to eat while in Uganda? This article explores Uganda food, its traditional and local dishes consumed in most households, and served in restaurants, hotels, and eateries throughout the country. While on a Uganda safari, you can dare to experiment with and relish any of the mouth-watering delicacies shared below: Main Servings Matooke (green bananas) Matooke...
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Uganda is the Pearl of Africa, a tourist hub endowed with a myriad attractions distributed throughout its various regions. The country’s most noteworthy attractions include; its 10 national parks, cultural and historical sites, over 1021 bird species, hot springs, waterfalls, lakes, rivers, and the various wildlife and mammal species. National Parks Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Found...
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East Africa’s Prized Silverbacks Uganda and Rwanda are the only countries in East Africa where mountain gorillas can be trekked. Mountain gorillas are globally recognised as an endangered species. In the whole world, there are only about 1000 individual mountain gorillas, and over 400 of these are found in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. A population...
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