Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

There are a number of tourism attractions that can place Uganda among the top destinations in Africa if they were well harnessed. One of them being the gorillas found in the Bwindi Impenetrable forest in South Western Uganda. The gorillas come in position number two after the big five; the ion, the elephant, the buffalo, the leopard and the rhino. Unlike the first four that … Continue reading Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

William Lalobo: Of this my (Acholi) Heritage

When it comes to the things that define us; the exact things that make us the people that we are, for William OLwoch Lalobo, it has always been simplicity. It is untold joy to him when things get done the simplest way possible without having to raise any dust. In this, he has found the place to be a solution oriented person, something he has … Continue reading William Lalobo: Of this my (Acholi) Heritage

To the Murchison Falls, Shall We? (Part Two)

If you are ever planning a trip to the Murchison, it is better you plan spending a night over. There are a number of accommodation options available starting from Masindi town to the park itself. Inside the park is Pakuba Safari Lodge and Paraa Lodge. The choice is yours. There are other accommodation sites at the peripheral of the park and can easily be accessed … Continue reading To the Murchison Falls, Shall We? (Part Two)

An Evening Excursion of Lake Bunyonyi

Any trip to South Western Uganda that does not have Lake Bunyonyi on its list of itineraries should reconsider their priorities, I mean who does that? Lake Bunyonyi is situated 8 km south of Kablae town off the road to Kisoro. It is a fifteen minutes drive from Kabale town and for the brave and more adventurous, it is best you just take the trek … Continue reading An Evening Excursion of Lake Bunyonyi

#WomenInTourismUg: Lilian Kamusiime on her Passion as a Driver, Guide and Birder

In the pursuit of enlarging our territories, we do whatever there is in our might to change the status quo. In most cases, we want things to get better. We aspire to create a difference in our lives and in the lives of those we love and care about. Many territories have been invaded, wars have begun, inventions and innovations have come up all in … Continue reading #WomenInTourismUg: Lilian Kamusiime on her Passion as a Driver, Guide and Birder

Pieces of me by Catherine BAGYENDA

The new shorter Oxford English dictionary dfines a piece as “a small part of a material thing, any of the distinct portions or objects of which a material thing is composed”. There are pieces of everything and each and every one of us has their own. They build up the components of who we are. Sometimes our pieces are scattered and they do not make … Continue reading Pieces of me by Catherine BAGYENDA

Isaiah Katumwa on Nurturing Talent and Jazz Music

For Isaiah Katumwa, it has always been about talent. Identifying it and grooming it. To him, it has always been about putting in the time to produce your very best. That is how he has managed to consistently hold his annual show for the last eleven years. Music, like food, appeals to taste. You cannot consume music whose taste you do not approve of. Good … Continue reading Isaiah Katumwa on Nurturing Talent and Jazz Music