There’s no way to explain how one feels when a wild lion looks you in the eye on safari in Uganda. On our last day of touring Uganda and doing two safari's we were feeling a bit sad as we had not seen any lions on our tour....until we finally did :)Read More
When you train girls in photography in Uganda no less, you don’t know how successful you will be. For one I am not present in the country; we conduct our sessions via Whatsapp as we are all on different schedules and standard timelines.Read More
Uganda is called the Pearl of Africa for a reason. No matter where you go it is rich in nature and ecology and my traveler Kim who came from British Columbia with me, kept saying she could not believe how green it was. If you are a Canadian you know how green British Columbia is so then you can imagine her surprise and pleasure as we travelled through the country.Read More
Growing up, I never had the chance to travel and now that’s all I wish to do. At Triple F Photo Tours, I not only get to travel but I also get to give back, which brings me much happiness and joy.Read More
The Moniker– Uganda – the Pearl of Africa – was made popular by Winston Churchill, after his first trip to Uganda in 1907. In his book, entitled “My African Journey”, Winston Churchill wrote “For magnificence, for variety of form and color, for profusion of brilliant life — bird, insect, reptile, beast — for vast scale — Uganda is truly “the Pearl of Africa.”Read More
Uganda is home to 11% of the world’s bird population with nearly 1,061 different bird species. It’s a paradise for bird watchers.Read More
The 2-hour boat ride through Kazinga Channel was a highlight of my trip. The Kazinga Channel lies within the borders of Queen Elizabeth Park and is separated by Lake Edward and Lake George with the waters flowing south-west.Read More
On our way to Lake Bunyoni in the Kabale area, we came upon a museum where we took some rest, some photos of the incredible views and saw these amazing statues that represent African culture and unity. These statues were built by local artists and represents the Kizagi heritage of Uganda.Read More
When my friend and guide Venex recommended I see the Kazinga Channel, I at first said no as I did not want to spend time on a boat – boy am I glad he was insistent.
This area teems with wildlife – everything from the mighty elephant, that makes it’s trek down the hill from the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park to the watering hole to drink and play;Read More
On our way to Lake Mburo, we made a stop at the Equator and the artisan shops. After making the rounds and buying some gifts for back home, I came to a shop where two women were selling hand-made and hand-dyed kitenge’s.Read More
Do your 2019 New Years plans include a trip to the African continent?
How about Uganda?Read More
One of the highlights of my trip was Chimpanzee Trekking. Uganda is home to over 5,000 chimpanzees – more than any other East African country.Read More
Do you like song and dance? In Uganda this is actually an art form and a way for each tribe to tell their stories.
When I was in Uganda in August, I was given a dance lesson by a very pregnant Josephine at UKC (Uganda Kids Canada) Centre just outside of Kampala and was treated to a private reception by the Ruboni Tribe in the Rwenzori Mountains.Read More
In Uganda a Rolex might be a watch but most likely it is the name of amazing street food. It’s a Roti or Chapati rolled around an omelette and made like a wrap.Read More
I was so excited to see the Lions at Queen Elizabeth National Park, that I didn’t even bother to eat but grabbed a Rolex (Chapati stuffed with an omelette – you have to try it) to go, at road-side Rolex Stand.Read More
Beautiful, stripes glistening in the sun as they graze in the fields of Lake Mburo National Park.
Lake Mburo is the only place you can see Zebra and it was the first of two safari or game drives I would do on this trip. The second being Queen Elizabeth Park.