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UTB gets new Board of Directors

The Minister of Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities, Hon Maria ... Read more..
Monday, 20 May 2013 00:00
Paws Africa Safaris Boosts its Fleet

Paws Africa Safaris Boosts its Fleet

Paws Africa Safaris has acquired New 9 seater 4WD safari land Cruisers and Mini Buses as it see... Read more..
Wednesday, 03 July 2013 00:00

Changes at Uganda Tourism Board

Uganda Tourism Board confirmed Mr. Stephen Asiimwe as the new executive director. He replaces M... Read more..
Monday, 10 February 2014 05:53
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Welcome to paws safaris Uganda
Its reputation of being Africa’s friendliest country originates from the fact that traditionally hospitality is a key element to its diverse population. Uganda is well  known for its low level of crimes and hassles towards tourists.

As one of the mysteries of the Victorian age you can go back in time as you view the source of the Nile that starts here and flow all the way to Egypt. Be part of history that was once here.

Within an area comparable to that of Great Britain, Uganda is Africa’s most complete bird-watching destination with more than a thousand species recorded here.

 Spread across both sides of the equator one can have the opportunity to experience the biodiversity of the various national parks and protected areas `across the country.

Uganda’s star attraction lies divided between Bwindi National Park and the Virunga Mountains here lays the endangered mountain gorilla the bulkiest of all living primates.

 This country is endowed with mesmerizing tracts of thorn-bush savannah teaming with various rainforests, lakes and rivers heavy with aquatic life and the glacial peaks of Africa’s tallest mountain range.

Uganda chose to embrace eco-tourism based on the fact that it promotes low-impact tourism avoids the adverse environmental effects of traditional tourism and from the sale of natural resources. Adding to this choice of tourism is the fact that it also appeals to different groups of people such as tourists, environmentalists, businesses as well as governments.

Given the ever rising concerns and threats that global warming poses, Uganda has continued to practice eco-tourism to minimize the negative effects that global warming would not only cause to her environment but also her tourism industry.
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