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Discover Uganda’s beautiful destinations in the shortest time possible with the organized excursions. We bring you, city and cultural tours, the Night life and wildlife packages tailored to relax or excite your mind. Read more

Uganda prides its self in being one of the top safari and tour destinations in the world. It is blessed with various Flora and Fauna and takes its name as the Pearl of Africa because it possesses unique sights, wonders, marvels and experiences that cannot be found anywhere else in the universe. Our national parks are home to a variety of rare wild animals like the Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees, elephants, leopards, buffaloes and many more. Lake Victoria which is the largest lake in Africa and second-largest freshwater lake in terms of area in the world and River Nile, the Longest River in Africa are both found in Uganda and are also home to hippos and crocodiles. Our country is also known as the birdwatcher’s paradise. Read more

Accommodation is not thing to be taken lightly. We are directly in touch with a variety of Hotels, Resorts, Lodges, Apartments, and Inns among others to fit your particular need in and away from Uganda. Beyond the Sky hotels carefully selects accommodation for your business travels, family travels, academic travels and romantic getaways. Whatever you require, all that you desire, this team is sure to go the extra mile to provide it. Read more

UGANDA AT A GLANCE (The Pearl of Africa).

Located in the heart of Africa, Uganda is a delightful country particularly known as the Pearl of Africa. It forms an East African Community with Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi. This beautiful country boarders the Democratic Republic of Congo to the west, Rwanda to the south and Sudan in the north. Uganda being a landlocked country is said to be a little smaller than the United Kingdom and supports a diversity of habitats, from snowcapped mountains to lakes, winding rivers, forested reserves and jungles.


On the 9th of October 1962 Uganda gained its independence after 70 years of being a British colony. Currently, Uganda’s total population stands at 37.5 million people. For over the past two decades, Uganda has experienced sustained economic growth as a result of the stable and secure political atmosphere that has existed for over thirty years under the multiparty democratic governance. Since tourism plays an important part in our economic development, our government has developed a 10 year tourism master plan and a 5 year sector Development Plan to guide the implementation of critical activities to drive tourism growth in the country.


Uganda has a very strong cultural heritage. Many regions in Uganda have kingdoms including Buganda, Busoga, Bunyoro and Toro. Ugandans are remarkably hospitable and hail from a diversity of rich cultures and life styles, each tribe having its own traditional dance. The country is blessed with 60 ethnic groups, 41 existing languages and only three are mentioned in debates as official language: Luganda, Swahili and English. Uganda’s Currency is Ugandan shilling (UGX) but also Dollars, pounds, Japanese yen, South African Rands, Chinese Yuan and Euros are accepted.


Uganda is predominantly Christian. One-third of the population is Roman Catholic, one-third is Protestant, 16 percent is Muslim and 18 percent believe in local religion.


Uganda’s weather conditions are ideal, ranging from the warmth of the lowland areas to the coolness of the highlands in the South West Kigezi. For the most part of the year Uganda is sunny with temperatures rarely rising above 29 degrees and the average temperature of about 26 degrees C. Generally, the temperature in Uganda comprises of a maximum of 18-31 degrees and minimum of 15-23 degrees depending on the part of the country.

The Equator runs through the country though the average altitude of 1000m which provides some relief from heat and humidity. Wet seasons are March –May & October-November; dry seasons are December to February & June to August. Therefore we advise against travelling during the rainy months as getting around can be difficult. The north is wet from April to October but it is largely off the tourist track. The rainfall regime allows two planting and harvesting seasons a year in most parts of the country, without the use of irrigation. You can squeeze in some time for a Ugandan farm tour, they are enlightening.


Ugandan cuisine consists of traditional and modern cooking styles, practices, foods and dishes, comprising of English, Arab, Asian and especially Indian influences. Most tribes have their own specialty dish or delicacy. Many dishes include vegetables and fruit, Tea and coffee are popular beverages. Soft drinks Like Coca-cola, Pepsi, Fanta, as well as traditional and Western beers are widely available. Fermented banana wine is popular, as is Waragi (distilled spirits).


Ugandans are known to be very friendly, gracious, and forgiving. As a destination in 2012 it was selected by lonely plan as the best tourist Destination. It was stated that nearly 1 million tourists across the world visit Uganda every year.

Environmental fact

Uganda is a tree loving nation. So much that for every one tree cut, 3 trees are planted as a replacement.

Facts about Uganda

Location: East Africa | Capital: Kampala | Population: 34.9 million (2014, Census) | Time: GMT/UTC +3 | Currency: Uganda shilling (UGX) | Government: Presidential Republic | Official Language(s): English, Swahili | Calling code: +256

Queen Elizabeth National Park

(“the Home of tree climbing lions”)

Queen Elizabeth National Park is understandably Uganda’s most popular tourist destination. The park’s diverse ecosystems, which include sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands, make it the ideal habitat for classic big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds. The bird species include the black bee-eater, 11 types of king fisher, Shoebill storks and several species of falcons, eagles and other raptors. In the crater lakes to the north, flocks of flamingos can be found. A favorite way to view the game is by launch trip on the Kazinga Channel between ..read more

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Kibale National Park

(“the primate capital of the world”)

Kibale National Park contains one of the amazing and most varied tracts of tropical forest in Uganda. Forest cover, interspersed with patches of grassland and swamp, dominates the northern and central parts of the park on an elevated plateau.
It has a tropical type of climate with two rainy periods, March to May and September to November. The annual mean temperature range rises from 14° - 15°C, - minimum to 26° - 27°C maximum. The annual rainfall is 1,100 - 1,600 mm. There is a pronounced dry season in December to February. Rain falls more in the North than ..read more

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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

(“The ultimate home of Mountain Gorillas”)

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park lies in southwestern Uganda on the edge of the Rift Valley. Its mist-covered hillsides are blanketed by one of Uganda's oldest and most biologically diverse rainforests, which dates back over 25,000 years and contains almost 400 species of plants. More famously, this “impenetrable forest” also protects an estimated 320 mountain gorillas – roughly half of the world’s population, including several habituated ..read more.

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Kidepo Valley National Park

(“The True Wilderness of Africa”)

Kidepo Valley national Park is a 1,442 square kilometres (557 sq mi) national park in the Karamoja region in northeast Uganda. Kidepo is rugged savannah, dominated by the 2,750 metres (9,020 ft) Mount Morungole and transected by the Kidepo and Narusrivers.The park is approximately 220 kilometres (140 mi), by road northwest of Moroto, the largest town in the sub-region. It is approximately 520 kilometres (320 mi), by road, northeast of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest ..read more

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Lake Mburo National Park

(“the whispers of wilderness”)

Lake Mburo National Park is a compact gem, located conveniently close to the highway that connects Kampala to the parks of western Uganda. It is the smallest of uganda of Uganda’s savannah national parks and underlain by ancient Precambrian metamorphic rocks which dare back more than 500 million years. It is home to 350 bird species as well as the Zebra, impala,eland,buffalo, oribi, Defassa waterbuck, leopard, hyena, topi and ..read more

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Murchison Falls national Park

Murchison National Park lies at the northern end of the albert Rift Valley, where the sweeping Bunyoro escarpment tumbles into vast, palm dotted savanna. First gazette as a game reserve in 1926, it is Uganda’s largest and oldest conservation area, hosting 76 species off mammals and 451 birds.

The park is bisected by the Victoria Nile, which plunges 45m over the remnant rift valley wall, creating ..read more

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