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11 Days Tanzania - Uganda Adventure
Head to Uganda, Bwindi Impenetrable forest, where half the world's population of mountain Gorillas is resident for Mountain Gorilla trekking. In Tanzania for the Big five and at the right time, the dramatic Wildebeest migration.

7 Days Gorilla and Wilderness Safari
This safari will take you to three of Uganda’s western wilderness parks with remarkable physical features of the Great western Rift Valley, crater lakes and savannah grassy plains that support a large population of wild life in Queen Elizabeth National

3 Days Gorilla Safari
The drive to the enchanting and thickly dense forest of Bwindi will take us a pleasant 10 hours. This is where the largest population of the endangered mountain Gorillas in the world is resident. Don't worry, the journey to Bwindi is all part of the fun

6 Days African Big Five Safari
Destinations: Ziwa Rhino sanctuary, Murchison falls’ National Park and Kidepo Valley National Park.


Uganda is free of Ebola

    Uganda is free of Ebola
    The affected areas are far away from Uganda (Approximately the distance from Vancouver in Canada to Havana in Cuba).


    Press Release

    September 23,2014


    Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) wishes to clarify that Uganda not have
    and has not been affected by any case of the Ebola virus.
    No case has been reported within the borders of the country. The
    government of Uganda has set up screening sites at all borders of the
    country for travelers from affected regions and any suspected cases
    as precautionary endeavors.

    Uganda however continues to be vigilant to ensure that no case
    comes at all the border entry points.

    UTB wishes to inform a" travelers, tourists, travel agencies, the
    general public and the international community that visitors are free to
    visit the country.

    The affected areas are far away from Uganda (Approximately the
    distance from Vancouver in Canada to Havana in Cuba).

    We therefore wish to assure a" tourists and visitors to Uganda of a
    healthy no-Ebola destination. Visitors are welcome to visit a peaceful,
    beautiful, bountiful and exciting destination.

    For more information please contact
    Uganda Tourism Board
    Plot 42, Windsor Crescent
    Plot 42, Windsor Crescent, Kololo. P.O. Box 7211, Kampala; Uganda
    Telephone: +256414342196/7, Fax: +256414342 188 .
    E-mail: utb@tourismuganda.info
    Website: www.visituganda.com



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