uganda

3
May

Be Part of the Uganda Martyrs Day Celebrations at Namugongo Martyrs Shrine

The culture and traditions of Uganda are majorly influenced by Christianity. Although the country hosts fun-filled festivals including the upcoming East African Community Arts and Culture Festival (JAMAFEST), the Uganda martyrs day in particular which is held every 3rd of june eachhh year attracts large-scale religious celebrations. The Uganda martyrs Basilica at Namugongo is the best attraction for religious in

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3
Nov

Africa Tourism Under Threat Due to Elephant Poaching

A new research study has estimated an annual economic loss of about $ 25 million from tourism in Africa due to illegal killing of Africa elephants. The lost revenues as a result of killing elephants are much bigger that the costs that would be used to reduce or otherwise stop the illegal killing of elephants. African elephants numbered to over

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21
Jul

Ivory Trade a Threat to Tourism in Uganda

African elephants are under threat of extinction because they are killed for their precious husks which have ivory. From the time of European explorers and trophy hunters during the 1900 up to today, the market for illegal trade in ivory has been increasing due to high demand by China and United States which is the leading perpetrators of illicit trade

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7
Jul

Uganda Visa Application goes Online

Over the years, to obtain a Uganda Entry visa, one needed to just board the plane or travel by road and obtain the visa on arrival at the airport or any entry border point, where application is made there and then and the visa issued. This was seen as both good and bad. It is very scarily boarding a plane

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