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WHAT TO DO IN VIRUNGA

Posted on Fri October 29, 2021.

THINGS TO DO IN VIRUNGA REGION APART FROM GORILLA TREKKING
Enchanting Canoe ride on lake Mulehe-Kisoro south western Uganda
This photographic tour will unveil to you picture perfect volcanoes and life in a typical Ugandan village. It takes place in Kisoro, a District at the border of Uganda with Rwanda that is packed with rolling hills and Mountain Ranges. In between them are sensational crater lakes, a perfect example being Lake Mulehe.

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WHO KILLED BISHOP JAMES HANNINGTON?

Posted on Fri October 29, 2021.

About Bishop James Hannington

Who killed Bishop James Hannington in Uganda

Bishop James Hannington was born on 3rd September 1847 at Hurstpierpoint in Sussex, England, about eight miles from Brighton, where his father ran a warehouse, and was part of the family that ran Hannington’s Department stores, His father, Charles Smith Hannington, had recently acquired the property known as St. George’s. During Hannington’s childhood, he blew off his thumb with black powder. As a boy, he was a collector.

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MURCHISON FALLS NATIONAL PARK UGANDA

Posted on Wed October 6, 2021.

Murchison falls national park is the largest and oldest park in Uganda located in the north western part end of the Albertine rift valley. It covers the districts of Buliisa, Nwoya ,Kiryandongo and part of Masindi, measuring approximately 3893 square kilometers.
Murchison falls national park is bisected by the Nile the longest river in the world, it also lies on the shores of Lake Albert which is shared by Uganda and DR Congo, lying over the Bunyoro escarpment and around Karuma falls wildlife reserve.
Murchison falls is also known as Kabalega falls and this was the name before Sir Samuel Bekar renaming it to Murchison in reward to his boss then Rodrick Murchison who was he president of the royal geographical society, it’s between Lake kyoga and Lake Albert on the Victoria Nile. River Nile forces itself through a narrow gorge less than 33ft wide forming the mighty Murchison falls where the park derives its name.

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Tourism After Covid 19 Pandemic

Posted on Tue August 31, 2021.

The Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) where Mj Safaris Uganda is a member has donated beans and maize worth sh25m to sustain the more than 1500 rangers spread across the country during the greatest emergency during the LockDown period while the country is combating itself against the Corona Virus Disease (COVID 19.)

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Kagulu Rock –Kagulu Hill Busoga Kingdom Cultural Tourism Site

Posted on Tue August 31, 2021.

Kagulu rock, Kagulu hill is a cultural site for Busoga Kingdom and now a well developed cultural tourism site, in Buyende district 40kms from Kamuli district and 100kms from Jinja city. The site is 180kms from Kampala the capital city of Uganda and takes 4 hours drive to get there, giving visitors great scenery after hiking the 3600ft Rock.

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