Chosen Uganda as your preferred travel destination? Great choice! Uganda is blessed with an abundance of tourist attractions, not limited to hosting half of the world’s remaining Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi and Mgahinga National Parks and her Kibale National Park named the World’s Primate Capital. Uganda is home to the world’s second largest fresh water […]
In the midst of the dense Bwindi Impenetrable Forest sleeps the endangered mountain gorilla. Many of us have heard about it, seen it on Disney screens as King Kong, and to the most fortunate, seen it in their natural habitat. Hard to believe, but Uganda hosts half of the remaining endangered mountain gorillas in the
Flat water tubing has become a big part of our lives down here in Uganda. It’s an activity many domestic tourists have taken on, and this has hyped the adventure city of East Africa even much more!
We have an old saying in my country Uganda that goes like this; ” Olw’okuba oloose ekirooto ekitiisa, tekitegeeza nti toddemu kwebaka!” directly translated as; ” Just because you have had a scary dream doesn’t mean you will never go back to sleep again” This adage is to remind us that even amidst tough times,
This pandemic hasn’t been the best mental health environment for many people — it has created raised levels of uncertainty, anxiety, loneliness, unhappiness, procrastination and feelings of dreariness for large numbers of people. That’s understandable, and I feel tremendous compassion for everyone who is suffering right now. I strongly believe that this is an opportunity for
For the past couple of Decembers, I’ve created a lot of spaciousness and slowness for myself. It’s a beautiful way to wind down the year and reflect on my life. The holiday season can be a rushed affair for many people, but it doesn’t have to be. I’d like to share a few ideas in