Holiday road rage can be a mess sometimes from failures to miscalculations. But at the end of the day it feels god to be on holiday, as in o of office and home. Even with all the fails, tire busts, car break down can ring down the spirit driving all alone in a foreign country… Continue reading How to Avoid Road Rage On Holiday
Though Uganda is a land locked country,this has not deterred it from receiving tourists all year around. Uganda has a comparative advantage over other countries especially in the East African region on various grounds. There are various reasons at to why very many tourists choose Uganda as their dream destination each year, finding it one… Continue reading A Safari in Uganda, the Pearl of Africa
Who are the most Eco friendly travellers? That is the question? With the Eco tourism industry dominated by luxury lodges and expensive 5 star Eco hotels it’s easy to think that luxury travellers are the most Eco friendly travellers. After all they have the budget to fork out the generally higher cost of Eco friendly… Continue reading Are Backpackers the most Eco friendly Travelers?
This year marks the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day and this year we have a huge goal to reach. The Earth Day Network is asking us, the citizens of the world to make a pledge, to change our habits and become more Eco friendly. By making and acting upon this pledge together we can preserve… Continue reading Travellers, Lets Support a Billion Acts of Green!
A few people have got a privilege to track the mighty rare mountain gorillas and chimpanzees in the rain forests of Rwanda and Uganda. A face to face encounter with these endangered great apes in their natural habitat is a truly thrilling experience. That is why they are our closest living relative that makes getting… Continue reading Gorilla Tracking Vs Chimpanzee Tracking in Africa
Sometime back, Mark Wiens of migrationology.com wrote a very comprehensive post on 101 things to do in Nairobi. It was a great post, and I thought I could write something similar, focusing on the less known yet interesting destinations to visit and things to do in Kenya. I hope you’ll find this post useful and… Continue reading 50 Off The Beaten Path Places to Visit and Do in Kenya
The title says it all, an overland trip from Windhoek to Victoria Falls is a trip of a lifetime. This is one of the best trips traveling from Windhoek to Vic Falls, organized by Overlanding Africa. The journey enables you explore Namibia, going through Botswana, to end Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe all in two weeks… Continue reading Windhoek to Victoria Falls – A Trip of a Lifetime
Would you like to enhance your Uganda Safari experience there some few tip to follow but very essential as far as traveling in Uganda for the safari is concerned. Uganda is a land locked small east African country very beautiful with an exceptional authentic nature everyone would like to explore. Numbers of attractive tourist destinations,… Continue reading 5 Tips to Enhance Your Uganda Safari Experience
When it comes to safaris in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), most people are left to think that it is gorilla trekking in the Virunga National Park but the latter isn’t true as there is a lot more for you to explore. For any plans to pay a visit to DRC for safari, Kahuzi… Continue reading Explore Kahuzi Biega National Park of DR Congo
In the Africa tourism and travel industry, Uganda is not often considered among the top holiday destinations. The country is overshadowed by its more famous East African neighbors, Kenya and Tanzania, as well as South Africa, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia in the South. However, travel enthusiasts with better information know that a safari in Uganda… Continue reading 5 Reasons You Should Travel to Uganda