June 1, 2017

Martyrs Day: Where Faith Meets Tourism

As we emptied two pots of coffee in Kampala last week, a curious Australian development worker, Paul Cahill, inquired about, in his words, “this buzz in town”. On his maiden visit to Uganda, he had noticed that Martyrs Day and tourism were ‘trending’ in our media […]
May 29, 2017

Refugee Engagement Initiative

Uganda is a stable country with a border-to-border tranquil environment. The country is also a key player in the coordination of international peace and development efforts in Africa. Uganda is one of the leading host nations for refugees in the world. Figures from the country’s Department […]
March 31, 2017
Family Safari in Uganda: A young traveler zooms in on topis in Uganda's Lake Mburo NAtional Park

8 Perfect destinations for a family safari in Uganda

Opening a child’s eyes to the wonders of Africa is one of the most rewarding things a parent can do, and what better way to achieve this than embark on a family safari in Uganda. I have for almost a decade now planned family holidays for […]
February 17, 2017

Uganda is the World’s most welcoming country

For many expats, finding new friends can ease the often overwhelming task of adjusting to a new life abroad. But with huge variances in local culture and language capabilities, some places can definitely feel more welcoming than others, writes Lindsey Galloway of the global community network […]