Climbing the Snowy Peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains

Hiking Trails in Rwenzori Mountains-climbing the Mountains of the Moon provides hikers an exceptional on-foot-walk experience. There are several amazing hiking and nature walking trails worth hitting on Uganda safari in the Rwenzori Mountains. The trails usher climbers to the splendid snow-capped peaks, surrounding areas while on hiking safari. For those who are ready to… Continue reading Climbing the Snowy Peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains

Africa Tourism boss interview on ways to make tourism better

After the recently concluded annual Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE), an interview caught our eyes. At the event organized by the Uganda Tourism Board (UTB), it was confirmed that at least 200 tourism business managers from nearly 30 countries from a whole four continents. This interview, a Question, and Answer for Daily Monitor’s Prosper… Continue reading Africa Tourism boss interview on ways to make tourism better

West Nile’s secret: Mount Wati and Miriadua Falls

My very first mountain-climbing attempt was Mount Wati, in Arua district, West Nile. Mount Wati stands at approximately 1,250 meters above sea level and it is believed that back in the day, rebels used to hide in the mountain to monitor advancing government soldiers. Today, the mountain makes for a great hike, a chance to… Continue reading West Nile’s secret: Mount Wati and Miriadua Falls

15 Giraffes Translocated to Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve

UWA the body that manages the country’s wildlife recently released 5 Rothschild giraffes into North Eastern Uganda-based Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve. This reintroduction exercise will now bring the total number of giraffes to 15, 10 of which are females. Presiding over the event, Dr. Panta Kasoma, representing the Chairman of the UWA Board of Trustees,… Continue reading 15 Giraffes Translocated to Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve

A Mona Lisa Painting for Uganda

For art lovers, the recent launch of the Leonardo Opera Omnia Exhibition undoubtedly welcomes the news. The exhibition that will be running from 19th November 2019 to 5th January 2020 at the Uganda National Museum in Kitante has caused quite the rave. According to the Uganda T

Amabeere Ga Nyinamwiru: The ‘breasts’ of a Beautiful Girl

The African Language and names are quite dramatic. Never shying away from saying it as is seen. So, if you are searching for historical attractions with legendary stories that are reminiscent of Roman mythology, narrow down your search to Mabere Ga Nyina Mwiru. It is a cultural and Eco-tourism gem found at one of the… Continue reading Amabeere Ga Nyinamwiru: The ‘breasts’ of a Beautiful Girl

Ugandan becomes first black woman to travel to every country

A Ugandan, Jessica Nabongo has officially become the first black woman to have visited every single country in the world. Nabongo, a Ugandan-American arrived in Seychelles on Sunday. This would be the last of her 195 country voyage. It is believed that over 50 friends and family members traveled with her to the East African… Continue reading Ugandan becomes first black woman to travel to every country