Blog

Shoebill Stork
Exploring Makanaga Wetland with Uganda Women Birders, a lesser-explored habitat favored by the elusive Shoebill Stork. March 8th, Women’s day was upon us. I couldn’t wait for this special day that highlights the plight of all women all over the world. The theme for Women’s Day 8th March 2024 was “Inspire Inclusion”, which emphasizes the […]
Japanese Inspired Nsaho Resort
In the heart of Fort Portal, Uganda, nestled amidst the breathtaking foothills of the Rwenzori Mountain ranges, there exists a place of enchantment and serenity – Nsaho Resort. This Japanese-inspired haven, with its quaint cottages, serene ponds, and delectable cuisine, beckons travelers seeking an escape from the ordinary. Join us on a virtual journey through […]
Nambi's Daughter
A long time ago, within the captivating embrace of Uganda’s lush landscapes, I, Nambi, was a witness to the profound solitude of Kintu, the solitary soul who walked the fertile earth, accompanied only by his beloved prized cow. Above us, the expanse of heaven hosted Ggulu, my Father, the master creator of all things, alongside […]
Solo Female Traveler
Are you a solo female traveler looking to explore the beautiful country of Uganda? With its stunning scenery, friendly people, and diverse wildlife, Uganda is a fantastic destination for adventurous women traveling alone. However, like any travel destination, there are certain things you need to know to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip. In this […]
Women Birders
Hey ladies, have you ever attended a birding conference? If not, you’re missing out on a world of fun and adventure. But there’s one conference in particular that you don’t want to miss, and that’s the International Conference for Women Birders. The history of women birders in Uganda is a fascinating one. In the early […]
Forest Bathing Uganda
What Is Forest Bathing? Forest Bathing, also known as Shinrin-yoku is a practice that originated in Japan and has gained popularity around the world. It involves immernsing oneself in nature, breathing fresh air, and using all of our senses to fully experience the environment. The concept of Shinrin in Japanese means “forest,” and yoku means […]
Mountain gorilla family
  The Mountain Gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei) is the world’s biggest ape and is one of two subspecies of the Eastern Gorilla (Gorilla beringei). The Mountain Gorilla is listed as Critically Endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species, with the total population of surviving mountain gorillas numbered only 1,004 individuals as of 2018. As […]
Family Holiday
Uganda is home of the quintessential safari experience. From exciting wild jungles teeming with apes to the vast savanna plains where you’ll encounter Africa’s majestic big 5 animals, aesthetic proud tribal people and endless golden sunsets over massive inland seas and lakes, plus so much more!
Uganda is a small landlocked country located in the heart of Africa. But what it lacks in size, it packs a lot more in diversity. The country is where the equator cuts right across the middle of the continent. To the North lies an immense desert the size of the USA, to the West, a vast forest the size of India, and to the East and South, the most fertile savannas in the world.