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Uganda Ranked Top Safari Destination by National Geographic’s

Uganda-Best-Destination According to News coming from Washington DC, Uganda has been voted by the National Geographic as the number one destination, which has further promoted this country as the most preferred African Safari Destination. This great ranking has infact positioned Uganda in the fourth place for Adventure Travel Internationally.

The Executive Director of Uganda Wildlife Authority Dr. Andrew Seguya who is currently in Washington DC to visit the National Geographic received this great news from there.

In less than forty days from today, Uganda is going to hold the third (3rd) edition of the Pearl of Africa Travel Expo and certainly the country will take advantage of the new honours, which have come at a great time, just as the biggest tourism trade shows in Europe are kicking off beginning with FITUR to be held next week in Madrid.

Uganda prides in ten (10) national parks plus a couple of game reserves located across the country, holds the source if the world’s longest river – River Nile, enjoys a conducive climate thanks to the equator that runs through it, has the largest freshwater lake in Africa – lake Victoria among several other lakes including Kyoga, Albert, George and Edward, the snow capped Mountain Rwenzori among several other fascinating sites, Uganda is looked at as one of Africa’s richly diversely endowed countries with so many different animals species and a bird-list of more than 1,000 bird species which you can visit and see during our exciting Safaris in Uganda.

The magical Rwenzori Mountains also known as the Mountains of the Moon is the only snow-capped mountain range found on the African continent and a must-visit for alpnists as well as mountaineers from all parts of the world.

Today, the Tourism industry is Uganda’s number one foreign exchange earner as well as one of the leading job provider sectors in the country especially during this economically challenging wave that the country is experiencing.

During the 2017 Pearl of African Tourism Expo, Uganda’s wildlife guardian the Uganda Wildlife Authority will be present just as the Uganda Tourism Board in addition to various other tourism stakeholders within the region.
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