The Bahai House of Worship In Kampala

On our first day of touring Kampala (exhausted and jet-lagged but excited to be in Uganda) we headed off to see the sites. My grandfather helped build the temple in the 50's I believe and there once stood a plaque commemorating his donation but unfortunately it was destroyed long ago.

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Uganda - “The Pearl of Africa”

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.”

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Uganda, A Birder’s Paradise

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.

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The Rothschild Giraffe’s In the Wild’s Of Uganda

In Uganda, you will find the beautiful Rothschild Giraffe. These sweet creatures are now only found in a few spots in the wilds of Africa; Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya, Murchison Falls National Park and Lake Mburo National Park in Uganda.

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Student Story - Photography Training That is Paying Off

Nanyonga Annet is one of my students. She is currently studying Mass Communications and Journalism. She is 20 years old and single.

When not studying at school she is out and about practicing her photography. I am sharing one of her latest images - I am proud of how far she has come in a relatively short time.

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Beating The Drum Has A Different Meaning in Uganda

One of the most enjoyable things for me in Uganda is watching people dance, sing and beat the drum.  It is fascinating to watch as their hips gyrate to the music and their hands beat the various drums. 

Drums are used for dance but they are also used for ceremonies, rituals, healing and of course worship.

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The Fishing Village Located in Kazinga Channel

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.

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Who Is This Trip To Uganda For?

This amazing tour to Uganda is designed for amateur to intermediate photographers and is perfect for singles or couples!

Join us in Uganda for a photo-tour you will never forget.

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Colorful Women Everywhere

Uganda like any other Africa country is riddled with pot-holes (as the money usually goes into the government’s pocket rather than into fixing infrastructure) but the one thing you will not overlook is the beautiful and colorful garments the women wear.

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Lodging In Style In Uganda

Have you ever gone on a tour far away and you may have overlooked the lodging or hotels you were staying in? Or the descriptions were vague?

On our photo-tour to Uganda, you will be lodged in style.

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