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20

Nov

Rwanda Approves VISAs Upon Arrival

All travelers can now obtain VISAs upon arrival on all Rwanda border points without prior application.   Previously, only travelers from African member states were able to obtain Visas on arrival while the rest had to first apply online.   See full communication below; Rwanda will now issue Visas Upon arrival without prior application.

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19

Jul

Kate’s Love Letter to Uganda

From the moment we stepped off the plane late at night, I knew I was going to love this country. We were greeted at the airport by our guide Isaac, who would be showing us around the country for the next week and a half (I really wish we had a lot longer). He was ...

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17

Jul

A Visit To The Chimp Island- Ngamba

Visiting “Chimp Island” or formally Ngamba Island was a fascinating introduction to our visit in Uganda. A 45 minute boat ride takes you to a small island where there are over 40 chimpanzees. These chimps are orphaned or confiscated from illegal poaching or from the pet trade. You have your choice between a day trip ...

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12

Jul

Churchill Safaris Wins Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellency Award 2017

Churchill Safaris & Travel has once again won the Trip Advisor Excellency Award for 2017 after winning the same award last year. "We are excited and grateful to our clients  that have continued to share the their experiences and recommendations on our Trip Advisor page."  said Ether Birungi the Director and Owner Churchill Safaris. Have ...

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28

Jul

You can now ride your luggage around the airport

Getting around an airport may never be the same.   A Chicago businessman is selling a rideable carry-on bag. Rather than pulling your luggage from terminal to terminal, travelers can sit on the Modobag and reach speeds up to 8 mph thanks to an electric motor.   "We're not trying to make anyone lazy," said ...

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22

Jul

Uganda’s Visa fees reduce to 50 US Dollars

The Government of Uganda has reduced visa fees from USD 100 to USD 50 with effect from 22nd July 2016. The move is aimed at promoting the Tourism sector   Earlier last month, Uganda Immigration launched an online visa application system where travelers will be able to apply for the visa online and only present a copy ...

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8

Jul
Uganda introduces e-visa application system

Uganda Introduces E-Visa Application System

Beginning  1st July 2016, you can obtain the 100 usd Ugandan Tourist Visa online from the privacy of your home wherever in the world with an online Application.   If Uganda is your first East African Destination and you want an East African Tourist Visa you can apply for it online with Ugandan Immigration.   Whereas ...

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16

Jun

CNN Lists Ugandan ‘Rolex’ Top African Food

CNN's African Startup has featured Uganda's rolex a must-eat African delicacy. Listed as one of African foods finally taking off, the article reads: In Uganda, for example, a dish called "the Rolex" -- a rolled chapatti containing a fried egg and vegetables -- is wildly popular, but little known outside the country. "Rolex was started ...

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25

May

Uganda Named Top Tourist Destination

Uganda has been selected as one of the top 10 international tourist destinations yet again. This was at the first Global Tourist Destination Carnival held in Haikou, the Capital of Hainan Province in People's Republic of China. The Carnival, set to be an annual event was organised by China Travel Service, a government of China ...

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13

Jan

Rwanda named no. 3 in the top 10 hottest new travel experiences of 2016 by Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet’s New in Travel list for 2016 picks out fresh holiday ideas across the globe, including surfing, safaris, volcano visits and cultural attractions The sun rises over Akagera national park, Rwanda Photograph: Riccardo Gangale/AP Here are the top 10 New in Travel activities chosen by Lonely Planet: 1. Nicaragua: Climb Nicaragua’s tallest active volcano ...

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