Sustainable Tourism

Gorilla Baby Boom as Uganda opens borders to International Tourists

Posted by Ostine on Sat September 26, 2020 in Sustainable Tourism.

The President of Uganda on 20th September 2020 announced the opening of Entebbe International Airport and land borders. This came after a period of six months since tourism was put at a standstill due to COVID-19 pandemic that forced these tough but necessary precautions on everybody. A few days later, on the 25th of September, Hon. Tom Butime, the Minister for Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities officially relaunched primate tourism in Uganda. You can now visit to trek the Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzee and other wildlife in Uganda!

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How Entanda Community is Coping with COVID-19

Posted by Celestine on Thu July 16, 2020 in Sustainable Tourism.

When the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Uganda in March 2020, many of us thought that it was a matter of time before the pandemic overwhelmed our healthcare system. The Government swiftly made a lot of steps to combat the spread.

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How do We Promote Wildlife Conservation through Traditional Hunting?

Posted by Celestine on Sun April 1, 2018 in Sustainable Tourism.

When I tell our clients that we hunt to save wildlife, many ask me how this happens. We were a group of traditional hunters and the only incentive we had to quit the practice, passed down from several generations, was tourism!

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