Tourism in Uganda

Tourism in Uganda

Destination Uganda Guide

Read the online version of the Destination Uganda 2011/2012 guide CLICK HERE

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Download the online sales brochure for the feature park for 2012: Queen Elizabeth National Park one of Uganda’s most popular national parks. CLICK HERE (PDF: 3.4 MB)

Culture & Communities

Pearls of Uganda are authentic cultural community attractions and experiences located throughout Uganda, the country described by Winston Churchill as the “Pearl of Africa”! When planning a trip to Uganda be sure to visit these pearls to experience real cultural encounters that will be an inspiring and memorable addition to your Ugandan wildlife safari. Cultural and community encounters include drumming performances and lessons, village walks, medicinal plant demonstrations, handcraft workshops and shopping, community-run accommodations and restaurants + more. Including feature experiences such as The Batwa Cultural Trail, Buniga Forest Trail, Katwa Salt Lake Tour, and Kikorongo Women’s Group.


Bird Watching

 Uganda is one of the most attractive countries in Africa to birdwatchers, not only because of the unusually high species recorded within its borders, but also because it offers easy access to several bird-rich habitats that are difficult to reach elsewhere. Uganda’s remarkable avian diversity—1,008 species recorded in an area similar to that of Great Britain—can be attributed to its location at a transitional point between the East African savanna, the West African rainforest, and the semi-desert of the North.

 Safaris and more…other trip planning links:

Uganda Tourism Board

Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA)

Uganda Community Tourism Association (UCOTA)

Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO)

Uganda Hotel Owners Association (UHOA)