Verity Ramsden writes: I have been working on a very exciting project with the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda (CCFU) and the EU, and the outputs were launched earlier in May 2019. These includes a beautiful coffee table book - 'Beyond the Reeds and Bricks - Historical Sites and Buildings in Kampala, Jinja and Entebbe', containing … Continue reading New book (plus downloadable app and maps) detailing Historical Sites and Buildings in Kampala, Jinja and Entebbe
Many thanks to Derek Kverno for alerting me to his blog covering various birding trips all over Uganda - http://birdinguganda.blogspot.com/ - it looks like a superb free resource for independent travellers with the birding bug!
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3 Weeks in Uganda - Our Experience Our itinerary In August 2011, we visited the string of National Parks in western Uganda, starting with Lake Bunyonyi, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Queen Elisabeth National Park including the Ishasha Sector, Kibale Rain Forest, Semliki National Park, Murchison Falls National Park including Budongo Forest and last but not … Continue reading Gilles & Heidi’s trip report
Some useful updates from Andrew Roberts, who put together the 5th and 6th editions of Bradt Uganda, follow: General As of August 2011, the Uganda shilling is billed as the world’s worst performing currency. Bad news for Ugandans but great for tourists paying in shillings. I used a rate of Ush2000 to the $ when … Continue reading Updates from Andrew Roberts