Friday, 8 September 2017

CAFÉ JAVAS: UGANDA’S PREMIER DINING HUB

Front view at Cafe Javas
With Uganda globally developing as an epicenter of unique African Tourism, there is demand to offer more quality services to the tourists that are ever flocking the young nation. Today, Café Javas is opening its doors to the local and international population in the central region of Uganda. It is an exquisite all full time coffee shop and restaurant in the bustle of Kampala city. Café Javas is not only a perfect sanctuary from the scorching heat of the city but a great meeting place.

Friday, 18 August 2017

CHEETAHS IN UGANDA

Cheetah is the fastest land animal on earth and is a large field of the sub-family Felinae occurring only in the Eastern and Southern Africa regions. Cheetah is characterized by its slender body, with a deep chest, spotted coat, and black tear-like streaks on the face, small rounded head, long thin legs and a spotted long tail. The cheetah weighs 21-72 kg, and nearly reaching 70-90cm at the shoulder. Although the cheetah is taller than the leopard, it is notably smaller compared to the lion. The coat of a cheetah is uniformly covered by nearly 2,000 black spots. It typically has a yellowish rufous to grayish white.

Saturday, 12 August 2017

SEMLIKI VALLEY NATIONAL PARK- AN OUTSTANDING HAVEN FOR WILDLIFE IN UGANDA

Semliki Valley national park is among the virgin tourism destination in Uganda, it extends to semliki valley, stretching to the west of mountain Rwenzori largely covered by the Ituri forest from eastern Congo proximate to the Congo basin; this park covers an area of 220 sq.km and also mentioned among the oldest national parks. The park is basically found within the Albertine rift valley region creating very amazing scenery, the kind of environment where Semliki valley is found favours the growth and long term survival of a variety of bird life.

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

CHIMPANZEE HABITUATION EXPERIENCE IN KIBALE FOREST NATIONAL PARK

Kibale forest national park is situated in the western part of Uganda in Kabarole district near the town of fort portal. The park is one of the famous moist and evergreen rainforests in East Africa covering an area of about 766 Sq. km. It also has a diverse array of landscapes because it is situated on an average elevation of 5200ft above sea level and it is one of the remaining forests which is both lowland and also Montane.

Thursday, 27 July 2017

AMAZING WILDLIFE IN UGANDA

A SPOTLIGHT ON A CHEETAH
A cheetah is the fastest land animal on earth and is a large field of the sub-family Felinae occurring only in the Eastern and Southern Africa regions. Cheetah is characterized by its slender body, with a deep chest, spotted coat, and black tear-like streaks on the face, small rounded head, long thin legs and a spotted long tail. The cheetah weighs 21-72 kg, and nearly reaching 70-90 cm at the shoulder. Although the cheetah is taller than the leopard, it is notably smaller compared to the lion. The coat of a cheetah is uniformly covered by nearly 2,000 black spots.

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

AMAZING BOAT CRUISE ALONG KAZINGA CHANNEL

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A hippo in Kazinga channel
Kazinga channel is a narrow water way in Uganda’s Savannah Park, Queen Elizabeth national park that covers a distance of 40 kilometers with a bubbling water point connecting Lake George in the East and Lake Edward in the west; this channel is among the recognized unique attractions in Queen Elizabeth national park in western Uganda. The channel avails endless chances to have marvelous views of the most important flora and fauna and the physical setup of the magnificent Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Saturday, 8 July 2017

ANIMALS IN UGANDA’S NATIONAL PARKS


Wild life is one of the main highlights for any visit to Uganda. Uganda is blessed with a varsity of national parks with wide ranges of wildlife species making Uganda the best destination in the region and one of the best in the world. Uganda’s national parks are majorly covered with mammals, i.e. 342 mammals with a well representation of both the west and east mammals. 132 are large mammals, 94 are bat species, 70 rats and mice, 33 shrews, 8 gerbils, 4 elephant shrews and one solitary golden mole.
The three major animal species you cannot miss seeing while in Uganda national parks, include;-