Full List of National Parks in Uganda

Full List of National Parks in Uganda

Tourism in Uganda is growing day by day and with the increasing number of international tourists that fly In to Uganda. Many have never taken time to find out how many National parks are found in Uganda. Uganda is covered by 10 National parks in various different parts of Uganda. With at least each National park having a centre piece …

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Is Uganda Safe for Tourists? Safety in Uganda

Is Uganda Safe for Tourists

I won’t say that Uganda is safe but rather I should say that the country is stable because it has transformed itself from a troubled past to one of relative stability and prosperity countries in Africa. Uganda is one of the safest countries found in Africa as continent, thecontinent has 54 independent countries recognized by African Union as well as …

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What to Pack for your Safari in Uganda & Rwanda

What to Pack for your Safari

Before you choose to come to Africa for a safari, you need to know what should be packed. Obviously you must have a passport and visa. This is very vital for a successful Uganda or Rwanda safari. The two countries offer a variety of safaris and they include, Primate Safaris, Wildlife Safaris, Nature walks, Fly in Safaris, Cultural safaris, Food …

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Best Accommodation Facilities in Zanzibar

Best Accommodation Facilities in Zanzibar

Whether you are you are looking for an ideal romantic gateway or unwind on one of East African white sandy beaches after a tiring and bumpy African safari, 1000 Shades of Green has an adventure for you on the shores of Indian Ocean. In partnership with The Zanzibar Collection privately owned collection of beautiful luxury hotels and resorts inspired by …

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Best Tipping Guide for a Safari in Uganda

Sammy Sikombe

1000 Shades of Green Tour & Safaris wants to clarify issues related to guide tipping expectations prior to your safari. This eliminates confusion about this issue on your part at the end of your safari. It is the cultural and professional tradition in East African that safari guide-drivers receive a small fraction of their compensation directly from the tour operator. …

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