The Return of Uganda Airlines after Air Uganda

Following the decision by Air Uganda’s board to close operations, The government is working on a plan to revive Uganda Airlines which was liquidated in 2001 after failed  Attempts by Government to privatize it. Air Uganda started its operations in 2007 and has been since held in high regard Uganda as a national carrier after the collapse of Uganda Airlines. Having its operating flights to the major cities in the East Africa, Somalia and Southern Sudan, the Airline had become so reliable and affordable compared to other carriers like Kenya Airways. On June 17, Air Uganda’s air operator’s certificate was revoked by the Civil Aviation Authority on an account of Continue Reading →

Uganda Tourism to gain with the visit of Supermodel Marlina

Uganda Tourism is yet again graced by the visit of America’s Super Model Marlina Moreno, shortly after ATA Congress which was held in November 2014. The Model along with a team of high profile Americans are to undertake a 21 Days Uganda Tour starting on the 17th of January to explore Uganda’s tourist attractions. During the 21 days they are to hike to Margherita Peak, the highest point of the Rwenzoris. Rwenzori Mountain is the highest mountain ranges in the world and in 150 A.D, Ptolemy named them the ‘Mountains of the Moon’. The team will visit Murchison falls National Park for wildlife viewing, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for gorilla Continue Reading →

Samuel Baker’s Trails on a Uganda Safari

Baker’s Trail in Murchison Falls National Park Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s vast park and probably the most beautiful because of the mighty roaring Murchison falls on River Nile. The must do activities in the park include game drives, chimpanzee tracking, sport fishing, boat rides to the delta and to the bottom of the falls, and visit to the top of the falls. A hike to the top of the falls using the famed Baker historical trail is the newest and exciting activity to do in the park, the trail offers excellent viewing points for the Murchison and Uhuru (Freedom) falls. The Bakers are respected in South Sudan and Continue Reading →

Uganda seeks Patents for ‘Pearl of Africa’

President Museveni has directed the Ministry of Tourism to patent ‘Pearl of Africa’ both locally and internationally as the country’s catch phrase in efforts to boost tourism. President Museveni, according to a State House statement, said the move would prevent other countries from using it. “I have learnt that another country is trying to patent itself as the Pearl of Africa. There have been complementary messages on the brand name for Uganda. Sometimes Uganda has been referred to as ‘Gifted by Nature’ and more recently people have referred to it as Irresistible Uganda. It is therefore necessary to have a clear defining brand that will eternally be marketed,” Xinhua News Continue Reading →

Mt Rwenzori Hiking

We conduct and operate safari vacations in East Africa and Congo with alot of experience in the field of Tours. Our Safari/Tour Itineraries allow you to discover Africa newly to the current generation and the future. We offer guided tours both short and detailed, luxury to budget tour packages that are independent and adventurous all done professionally. We have Pre- arranged packages that are running throughout the year 2012 and  custom packages designed according to clients specifications. Mt Rwenzori Hiking trips Hiking Tour Package: Mutinda Loop 3 Days Hiking Departure Dates : 7th, 16th, & 29th  July, 4th November , 29th                       Continue Reading →