Monday, 16 September 2013


After the spectacular boat ride at the bottom of the river nile,getting a glimpse of the wild primates, say it all, the hippos, impala, elephants, buffalllos, crocodiles, birds mention it all that the wild has to offer.... hiking up to the top of the falls is an amazing adventure for you as well......have the breath taking atmosphere wen at the falls and as well have your lunch there..amazing and beautifull sceneries await you.. its for you that we exist and we are here to take you places..... book with us

Thursday, 8 August 2013


Operations have resumed at Kenya’s main airport and East Africa’s largest aviation hub – Jomo Kenyatta International Airport despite the recent fire incidence that brought it to halt. On Wednesday, August 7th 2013, fire broke out at 5am destroying the domestic arrivals section forcing the authorities to close the entire operations and several flights cancelled.
jomo-kenyatta-fireThe fire fighters including the paramilitary and the General Service Unit (GSU) battled the blaze and were able to control it after three hours amidst several challenges like limited equipments and at one point, lack of water! There was however no serious injuries and all passengers were safely evacuated.
Operations at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport have today resumed with Kenya Airways and Air Uganda resuming their operations. The Cabinet secretary for transport Mr. Micheal Kamau reported the airport will have returned to normal operations by midnight and confirmed they will create a temporary tunnel to enable normal operations.
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the 9th busiest airport in Africa by total passengers and is a hub for both domestic and International flights.
This obstruction has caused inconveniences to many tourists and tour operators across East Africa given that this is the busiest month in the tourism industry. Kenya is a major tourist destination in Africa especially for wildlife safaris, beach holidays and honeymoons.
As tour operators, we feel for those whose safari experiences and plans have been obstructed by this incidence. For those looking for Kenya safaris or African safari tours do not be disoriented; it’s back to normal and you’ll be safe! We will keep you posted…

Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Uganda Kobs.. an amazing wild animal

The kob resembles the impala but is more robust. However, males are more robust than females and have horns.[4] Males have shoulder heights of 90–100 cm (3.0–3.3 ft) and an average weight of 94 kg (210 lb). Females have shoulder heights of 82–92 cm (2.69–3.02 ft) and weigh on average 63 kg (140 lb). The pelage of the kob is typically golden to reddish-brown overall, but with the throat patch, eye ring, and inner ear being white, and the forelegs being black at the front. Males get darker as they get older. Those of the white-eared kob (K. k. leucotis), which is found in the Sudd region (the easternmost part of their range), are strikingly different and overall dark, rather similar to the male Nile lechwe, though with a white throat and no pale patch from the nape to the shoulder. Both sexes have well-developed inguinal glands that secrete a yellow, waxy substance, as well as preorbital glands.http://www.freelynugandas

Thursday, 11 July 2013

Ugandas Friendliest Country...

Uganda's reputation as "Africa's Friendliest Country" stems partly from the tradition of hospitality common to its culturally diverse populace, and partly from the remarkably low level of crime and hassle directed at tourists.

But this amiable quality extends beyond the easygoing people.
Uganda's eco-friendliness is attested to by the creation of six new national parks under thepresent administration, as well as a recent mushrooming of community based eco-tourism at the grassroots level while the the mood of social enlightment is characterised by the progressive and much lauded policies towards curbing the the spread of H.i.v/AIDS and promoting womens rights.  The climate, too is highly agreeable, reflecting the combination of an equatorial location and medium to high altitudes, while emenities such as hotels and Game lodges with the best Africa has to offer...

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Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Great Attractions

Uganda is home to half of the Mountain Gorillas found in Africa.  The gorillas you see in zoos around the world are not Mountain Gorillas, Mountain Gorillas can only be seen in wild of Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.  Out of the three countries Uganda is your best choice – safe and secure while nearby Democratic Republic of Congo has seen the M23 Guerilla Group taking over the lucrative Gorilla Permit and tracking, certainly not safe with a war going on.  Rwanda since June of 2012 is charging 750 USD for one gorilla permit  while Uganda remains at 500 USD for a permit and in April and May 2013 as part of the 50th Golden Jubilee Independence Celebration Uganda Wildlife Authority has lowered the price on Gorilla permits to 350 usd certainly an added incentive to track and visit Gorillas in Uganda.  Lastly in Uganda you can add many other activities such Chimpanzee Tracking.Enjoy visiting the Mountain Gorillas of Uganda and Enjoy the Pear of Africa – Uganda
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Sunday, 7 July 2013

birding safaris in uganda

The avifauna of Uganda includes a total of 1061 species, of which 2 are endemic and 4 are rare or accidental.
  Ostriches . Grebes . Shearwaters and Petrels . Pelicans . Cormorants . Darters . Bitterns, Herons and Egrets . Hammerkop . Storks . Shoebill . Ibises and Spoonbills . Flamingos . Ducks, Geese and Swans . Osprey . Hawks, Kites and Eagles . Secretary-bird . Caracaras and Falcons . Pheasants and Partridges . Guineafowl . Buttonquails . Cranes . Rails, Crakes, Gallinules, and Coots . Sungrebe and Finfoots . Bustards . Jacanas . Painted snipe . Oystercatchers . Avocets and Stilts . Thick-knees . Pratincoles and Coursers . Plovers and Lapwings . Sandpipers and allies . Gulls . Terns . Skimmers . Sandgrouse . Pigeons and Doves . Parrots . Turacos . Cuckoos . Barn owls . Typical owls . Nightjars . Swifts . Mousebirds . Trogons and Quetzals . Kingfishers . Bee-eaters . Typical Rollers . Hoopoes . Woodhoopoes . Hornbills . Barbets . Honeyguides . Woodpeckers and allies .


Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Moutain Gorrillas,, the amazing creatures.....

In Uganda there are two places where Mountain Gorillas may be found, one is Mgahinga Gorilla Park.  A beautiful park and a part of the Virunga chain of volcanoes that stretches into the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest contains the largest Mountain Gorilla Population.  It is a primeval forest that is also called "Place of Darkness."  The canopy of the trees making it dark within the forest.  The altitudes of the forest are between 1,160 to 2,607 meters above sea level. Bwindi and Mgahinga each have different characteristics and similarities.

 They move daily to a different location to spend the night making nests from twigs and leaves.  Some human have found them quite comfortable, even enough to fall asleep in.

 When mountain gorillas feel threatened they will attack in order to protect their own.  When groups of Mountain Gorillas meet, there can be a fight between the Silverbacks unto death.  Just recently two Silverbacks fought in Democratic Republic of Congo and rangers intervened...

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