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What Makes Tailor-Made Tours A Popular Choice For African Safari Lovers?

  Combo meals are popular than single choices. But not when you want different choices in drinks or want desert instead of fries. Similarly, with African Safaris, the safari destinations in a package may be great but not all your choices are guaranteed. Tailor-Made Tours gives you the choice and freedom to get all your Safari dreams come true in single trip without making sacrifices. There is no need to take the packages for granted and plan trips again or get your priority sorted. It’s an easy guess why these tours have become the popular choice for African Safari lovers? Let’s have a look...... Read More

How An African Safari Gives You A Life Changiiing Experience Or Mindblowing Adventure?

  What comes to your mind when you hear the word safari? Hmm, let’s see: jungle, animals, birds, water resources like, maybe a lake or waterfall or river.. and don’t forget camping in an open area near water, sitting around a camp fire etc. Right. And that becomes more real with an African Safari. The first thing that comes to mind when we want real safari experiences is Africa..... Read More

Tree climbing lions

08 FEB 2016, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  Reed buck Uganda tours and travel takes you to Queen Elizabeth national park this short holiday of elections to see the lions climb trees as a way of protecting themselves against the numerous biting tsetse flies on the ground level, whereas other people claim the they actually climb into the branches to escape from the heat on the ground and enjoy the cool breeze; nonetheless the reason why they climb up into the tree branches remains unknown.... Read More

Tree climbing lions

08 FEB 2016, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  Reed buck uganda tours and travel takes you to Queen Elizabeth national park to see lions that climb trees as a way of protecting themselves against the numerous biting tsetse flies on the ground level, whereas other people claim the they actually climb into the branches to escape from the heat on the ground and enjoy the cool breeze; nonetheless the reason why they climb up into the tree branches remains unknown..... Read More

Tree climbing lions

Press Release on Zika -UTB 2, UGANDA TOURISM BOARD, 02 February 2016
Uganda safe, no Zika says Ministry of Health. There is no Zika virus infection or threat in Uganda, the Ministry of Health has said in an official statement. To date, there is no single record of Zika in Uganda.“The Ministry of Health wishes to inform the public that the country is at no threat of the Zika virus that is now ravaging communities in South America. Surveillance reports across the country have indicated no risk of the virus,” says the Permanent Secretary in Uganda’s Ministry of Health, Dr. Asuman Lukwago..... Read More


18 JAN 2016, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  The region known today as Buganda was known as Muwaawa before the 12th century, a name literary seem to mean a place that is sparsely populated. It is believed that these people come from Abyssinia through the rift valley and the mountains of Elgon.
These people were organized into groups that had a common ancestry and constituted the most important unit in Buganda’s culture – the clan. The leader of each of these clans would be a chief and ruled a section of the territory....... Read More

Barcelona legends track Gorillas in Bwindi, Uganda

By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, Barcelona Legends’ Ugandan tour, December 8 to 12, 2015
  Day 1 Gorilla trekking
Legends of Football club Barcelona in Spain started their Ugandan tour on Wednesday with a tourism visit to one of the world’s top mountain gorilla sites, the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. They tracked mountain gorillas all afternoon and are now taking a night’s rest before proceeding to Murchison falls National Park and then the Source of River Nile...... Read More

Lessons from the wild

By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, 25 Nov 2015
  Lessons from the wild
“They believe humans are stronger than them. In Budongo, there are three communities. There are about 700 chimpanzees. An average family is about 200,” Birungi explained. They have a lifespan of between 40 and 45 years but can go up to 60 years when in captivity. While the hairy folks took it slow on the chilly morning, this gave chance to photographers to snap away as the guides interjected with quick facts......... Read More

7 Days Kidepo and Murchison Falls

24 NOV 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments, 241
  7 Days Kidepo and Murchison Falls Package Festive Season Valid from 1st December 2015 – 31stJanuary 2016 Day 1: Kampala – Kitgum Early morning, the driver will pick you from your hotel and brief you before heading out to Kitgum which is in the northern part of Uganda. You will have a quick lunch stop along the way and then get back on the road to Kitgum Day 2: Kitgum – Kidepo National Park After an early breakfast you will head off to Kidepo National Park passing through villages and farm fields. Upon arrival in the park, you will check in and have lunch thereafter....... Read More

Marriege and traditions of the Japadhola

06 AUG 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  The Jopadhola believe they all originate from a man called Adhola. However, this belief does not tally with the history of the Jopadhola. Prof Ogot, who has studied the migration of the southern Luos, surmises that the belief in a common origin is one aspect of the consciousness of oneness as a distinct ethnic group that developed with time. By the beginning of the eighteenth century, when all but one clan had arrived in Padhola, the Jopadhola were thinking of themselves as the children of Adhola.......... Read More

Buffalo’s in Uganda

29 JUL 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  The African Buffalo is found in most of Uganda’s National Parks and stays mostly in open savannah grass lands.but also likes to keep in swampy areas where they flock during hot temperatures to cool off and drink some water.A fully grown Savannah is normally black and dark brown as it ages and will normally weigh about 500-910Kgs with males being slightly larger than females.calves are known to have reddishQueen_Elizabeth_National_Park_015 hairs which later turns black as they grow

Rhinos in Uganda

28 JUL 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is a collaborative effort between the Uganda Wildlife Authority, the Rhino Fund Uganda, a Ugandan NGO committed to the restoration of Uganda’s rhinoceros population and Ziwa Ranchers Limited, a private land management company. The sanctuary offers a secure place where rhino populations can be expanded by breeding, protected from human and non-human predators and gradually re-introduced into Uganda’s national parks, while at the same time, allowing the public to enjoy these majestic animals, as the project moves forward.

Bukonzo’s Unique Culture and Way of Life

21 JUL 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  The Bakonzo are a Bantu-speaking people who live on the mountain slopes of the magnificent Rwenzori (Mountains of the Moon), where they have been for many generations. According to an official description of Bakonzo from the Bakonzo Life History Research Society, the Bakonzo culture is adapted to the steep slopes and climate of Rwenzori, which they share with the Baamba. The Baamba, mostly found in neighboring Bundibugyo district, are the closest in lineage and culture to the Bakonzo. While many tribes in Uganda have kingdoms and royal kingships as custodians and defenders of culture, the Bakonzo are still waiting for their Rwenzururu kingdom to be ascertained (granted by the government of Uganda).......... Read More

Boosting game watching and tourism

04 JUL 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  Lake Mburo National Park, located near the municipality of Mbarara, Southwestern Uganda’s largest town and Uganda’s second largest town, has just received a major boost to its game watching reputation. 15 Rothschild giraffes were relocated from Murchisons Falls National Park into Lake Mburo, relieving giraffe population pressure in one park while adding another attraction to another........... Read More

Marriage in Karamoja

03 JUL 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  Marriage in Karamoja involves the exchange of cattle as a bride price payment from the man to the family and clan of the woman. These marriages are considered official and a couple is “married with cattle” when the bride price has been paid in full, although payments may be spread over many years. Being married with cattle brings specific benefits to the man, woman and children. For a man, the rituals of initiation and marriage bestow full recognition as an adult member of his clan and bestow the ability to participate in decision making within the manyatta and kraal. A man who has not married with cattle does not enjoy these benefits, and will hold a place of less importance within his age-class........... Read More

The Ik Culture – Beehives for Bride Price

26 JUN 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  The Ik is an endangered ethnic group in Africa believed to have originated from the Nile delta region during the decline of the Egyptian empire. Today there are about 11.217(Population survey 2011) Ik people living next to Kalimajong and Turkana people in the north eastern Uganda Mountains near the Kenyan boarder. The Ik people are substance farmers whose language belongs to the highly divergent Kuliak sub-group of Nilo-Saharan languages........... Read More

Batwa History in Uganda

19 JUL 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
 The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is home to some of the greatest biodiversity on the planet, a profusion of exotic plants and animals that includes the endangered mountain gorilla. For thousands of years, the forest was also home to an indigenous people—the Batwa pygmies.
As the original dwellers of this ancient jungle, the Batwa were known as “The Keepers of the Forest.” The history of these small-statured people is long and rich............ Read More


15 JUN 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  Kidepo is Uganda’s most isolated national park, but the few who make the long journey north through the wild frontier region of Karamoja would agree that it is also the most magnificent, for Kidepo ranks among Africa’s finest wildernesses. From Apoka, in the heart of the park, a savannah landscape extends far beyond the gazetted area, towards horizons outlined by distant mountain ranges............ Read More

Murchison Falls wildlife, rhino tracking and Nile boat cruises, Uganda

12 JUL 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  a popular backpacker stop-off in Kampala – this safari heads to Murchison Falls national park, the country’s largest. After a picnic overlooking the falls and a night in basic camp on the banks of the Upper Nile, the safari then takes in a morning game drive in the park’s Nile delta at Lake Albert – where you might see lion, leopard, giraffe and elephant – followed by a boat trip on the river. The camp is simple and facilities are communal but it is one of the few budget alternatives to Murchison’s luxury getaways. After a second night at the camp,............ Read More


28 JUN 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  Most interesting attractions in Uganda
Gorilla tracking.(Bwindi impenetrable national park Uganda has almost a half of the population of the world’s remaining Gorillas. We do organize gorilla safari to both Uganda and Rwanda even to Dr. Congo at a considerable cost. With us gorilla tracking is less regrettable and is sandwiched by community visits around the gorilla groups tracked. You can do it twice or even thrice that is at least once in every country al it will depend on your pocket............. Read More

chimpanzee in uganda continuation

21 JUL 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
Male chimpanzees are larger than the females.
Chimpanzees Height Weight
Female 2-3.5 ft (0.66 -1 m) 57 -110 pounds (26 – 50 kg)
Male 3-4 ft (0.9-1.2 m) 90 – 115 pounds (35 – 70 kg)
Chimpanzees are omnivores (eating plants and meat). They forage for food in the forests during the day, eating leaves, fruit, seeds, tree bark, plant bulbs, tender plant shoots, and flowers. They also eat termites, ants, and small animals (they have even been known to eat young monkeys)............. Read More

uganda is a home of chimpanzee

19 JUN 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, 1 Comments
  Chimpanzees are great apes that are closely related to humans. These intelligent primates live in a variety of environments in western and central Africa. Because of the rapid deforestation of their habitats, chimpanzees are an endangered species.
Chimpanzees have very long arms (the arms are longer than the legs), and a short body.............. Read More

Elephants in Uganda

15 JUL 2015, By Reedbuck, In Uncategorized, No Comments
  elephants are in ganger of dangerous people looking for ivory wildlife authority

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