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Uganda has many unique bird spots because of a number of species recorded. Excitidely, it offers easy access to several bird habitats. It is a popular bird destination all over the world that have made Uganda one of the finest birding paradise. The country has two endemics which only occur in the country. Migrant birds...
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Bwindi impenetrable national park lies in the south western Uganda. It covers 321 square kilometers shared Kanungu, Kabale and Kisoro districts. It is one of Africa’s oldest forests and has been ranked by UNESCO as a world heritage site. The forest lies in the Albertine rift endemic area implying that it holds endemic species of...
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Boulhol Family - France
  A safari starts from the day the clients sends the first inquiry to the tour operator or a safari company.so this means your reply (you the tour operator) might give the client ago ahead to continue asking you some questions regarding about the desirable places he or she wants to visit or to stop...
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uganda-safaris
Queen Elizabeth National Park lies astride the equator in the back chop of the Rwenzori Mountains. This savannah park is approximately 1978 Kms. In the south it is bordered by the Ishasha River which is the boundary between Democratic Republic of Congo [DRC] and Uganda, and to the west is Lake Edward, which is shared...
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Gorilla-trekking
Bwindi impenetrable national park lies in the south western Uganda. It covers 321 square kilometers shared Kanungu, Kabale and Kisoro districts. It is one of Africa’s oldest forests and has been ranked by UNESCO as a world heritage site. The forest lies in the Albertine rift endemic area implying that it holds endemic species of...
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