Golden Monkey Trekking In Uganda

Golden Monkey trekking is only conducted in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. MGNP is situated in far south western Uganda and part of Virunga crescent which is shared with Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo. In the same park, Golden Monkey co-exist with mountain Gorillas and a famous gorilla family known as Nyakagezi. Though gorilla trekking tops all tourist activities…

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Filming Seasons In Uganda

Filming is becoming one of the most popular activities for media personalities, tourists, and Freelance private personalities. Uganda has two seasons namely; wet and dry seasons in which filming is done. In other words, filming is done all year round however, the dry season is the best. Filming in wet season: Uganda experiences two rainy seasons per year, March…

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Filming Tips In Uganda

Filming is one of the life events in Uganda. It involves capturing pictures in motion. Uganda is situated in East Africa and endowed with a variety of things to film. Top destinations for filming include National Parks, Water bodies, birds, animals, Vegetation, people, historical sites, birds, and so on. Below are the filming Tips in Uganda: When you are…

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FILMING SEASONS AND DESTINATIONS IN UGANDA

Filming involves capturing pictures in motion. ¬†Uganda holds filming all year round however, the dry season is the best. Uganda’s first dry season runs from December to February. The first wet season runs from March to May. The second dry season runs from June to August and the second wet season runs from September to November. Uganda is gifted…

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Filming In Kyambura Gorge

Kyambura Gorge- the magnificent valley of apes is situated in north Eastern side of Queen Elizabeth National park, approximately 30Kms from QENP headquarters. Kyambura Gorge was a controlled Hunting Area in 1962 and upgraded to game reserve status in 1965. Kyambura Gorge has many remarkable primates one can like red-tailed monkey, high contrast Colobus, vervet monkeys and baboons. Kyambura…

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