Uganda is the next big thing for solo women birding and trekking because it's blessed with so many bird species thanks to the diverse habitats in Uganda. Over 1040 bird species have been recorded in Uganda and this makes Uganda one of the best birding destination in Africa. In Fact Uganda has almost half of bird species that you can find on the African Continent.
Murchison Falls, also known as Kabalega Falls, is a waterfall between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert on the White Nile River in Uganda. At the top of Murchison Falls, the Nile forces its way through a gap in the rocks, only 7 metres (23 ft) wide, and tumbles 43 metres (141 ft), before flowing westward into Lake Albert. The outlet of Lake Victoria sends around 300 cubic meters per second (11,000 ft³/s) of water over the falls, squeezed into a gorge less than ten metres (30 ft) wide. This spectacular display of nature's drama makes the Murchison falls the most powerful waterfall in the world. Read on!
Whether travelling solo, couple or group of women travellers, tracking the impressively famous shoebill in Mabamba Swamps located in Bussi Island near Entebbe (Lake Victoria) would be a great experience.
A Girl Travelling Alone in Uganda is a discussion posted on Lonely Planet's member forum by Zvoncica, one of the users on the platform. We adopted it for our users so that we can share raw information of women who travellel to Uganda. Unedited, this post may be 10 years old but, you know, Africa does not change as fast as the western cultures, so many of these answers still apply.
Women Who Travel Solo is a weekly column that shares the stories of women’s solo travel adventures in hopes of spreading the message that traveling alone is not only safe, but wildly rewarding. Lauren caught up with Amelia—Amelia Express—and had an awesome interview that first appeared on Laura's blog, Something In Her Ramblings. We bring you this written interview in hopes to inspire you to travel solo to Uganda.
Women’s travel clothing is an investment. You’d like to use what you buy on many trips to come – at least that’s the idea. So which items will give you the best value for money and how do you choose from the millions of items? What exactly […]
Are you planning your gorilla trekking trip and impatiently browsing the internet for a well researched gorilla trekking packing list? You just found one. Thinking about going to Africa can intimidate lot of people. With the images the media often chooses to report, I can see […]
Where would you go gorilla trekking – Uganda or Rwanda? Comparing Uganda or Rwanda for gorillas is a pretty simple task if you consider in detail all the information available on gorilla trekking in both the countries. Most travellers will want that comparison made so simple […]
Tips For Planning Your Uganda Safari Travelling to any country in Africa takes some good amount of time to prepare, plan, make payments and wait for the d-day. The whole process is not easy for first time travellers, thats why we put this information together for […]
Chimpanzee Habituation Experience is the travel experience done the rain-forest of Uganda – Kibale Forest National Park. The Chimpanzees have to be habituated for humans to be able to visit them in their natural habitat without causing harm. It can take a good number of years […]
11 Lions Killed in Queen Elizabeth National Park A lion pride of three mothers and eight cubs was found dead in a fishing village called Hamukungu in Queen Elizabeth National Park April 12, 2018 and has left the tourism industry in despair. This comes just a […]
Mountain Gorilla Trekking in Uganda In the last 40 years the mountain gorilla population has doubled. From the latest statics, there’re about 1,000 mountain gorillas remaining in the world today. Uganda alone has close to 500 gorillas and 11 gorilla families have been habituated for mountain […]
A recent mountain gorilla census in Rwanda has revealed that the population of endangered mountain gorillas has increased significantly in the last 30 years, say researchers. The census carried out in the Virunga Massif (which comprises of 3 national parks – Parc National de Virunga in […]
There are a little less than 1000 mountain gorillas remaining on earth. The majority live in the Virunga Mountains that straddle Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, while a little more than half live in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest of Uganda. Hunted and pushed […]
Here Daniela Pontis relives the moment she met a family of gorillas and gives us nine reasons why you should visit Uganda. Uganda is the country where East and West Africa meet, featuring lush forests inhabited by primates and arid savannah plains which are home to […]