The Tourism Awards – Accolades – Recognitions Uganda has received
Uganda – Tourism Awards are more Reasons for Visiting the Pearl of Africa.
Uganda – Tourism Awards, Accolades and Recognitions – the Pearl of Africa – the country in the heart of Africa that is Authentic Africa has received more than its share of Accolades and distinguished Travel Tourist Awards and Recognitions over the past few years. Not all are listed here, we would run out of room
Besides Uganda is Home to some of the Friendliest People in Africa, all more reasons to Enjoy Uganda the Pearl of Africa.
In 2012 Lonely Planet picked Uganda as the World’s Best Country to visit. Uganda- the Pearl of Africa – a country that had been off of the Radar for many African Travelers received another look and many visitors followed.
Uganda to many had been synonymous with Idi Amin and his violent reign or Joseph Kony and his feared Lord’s Resistance Army was now seen as a stable, peaceful, wondrous country to visit.
Even, Travel Agents around the world, all over sudden began to consider Uganda the Pearl of Africa as a Tourist Destination, people flocked here from far and wide.
National Geographic places Uganda as one of the Top-Travel Destinations in the World
Two years in a row – Uganda receives the endorsement, recognition and Awards by two distinguished Travel Organization – Lonely Planet in 2012 and National Geographic in 2013.
Uganda – the hidden Pearl in Africa – begins to regain its Luster as a Top African Travel Destination with its Wildlife Plus Primates.
CNN – 2014 – Uganda re-emerges as Top Tourist Destination:
In the 1960’s Uganda was the top travel destination in Africa – then came the Turbulent Times and Tourism came to a halt.
Since 1986 under the leadership President Museveni the Tourism sector is being restored in Uganda. Each Year more visitors are arriving in the Pearl of Africa.
CNN – Travel recognized in 2014 that Uganda has re-emerged as a Top Tourist Destination in Africa since it offers more than what most African Tourist Destinations have to offer – Wildlife without the Crowds plus Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees.
Uganda- re-emerges as a Top-African Tourist Destination.
Uganda – One of Africa’s Friendliest Countries-African Economist-2014:In 2014 the African Economist in a Survey reaffirmed what most visitors to Uganda already knew – that Uganda was one of Africa’s friendliest nations.
You can have all the Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees, Scenic Wonders, Wildlife and great National Park but if there is no friendly – welcoming attitude from the people than a most important element about a Safari Trip is Missing.
In Uganda you will always be greeted with a smiling “you’re most welcome.”
New York Times Lists Uganda among 33 places in the world to visit:
The esteemed and respected New York Times listed Uganda as one of the 33 places in the World to visit.
Uganda is receiving more and recognition as one of the best African Countries to visit.
The reason that Uganda is receiving more and more awards and accolades is because Uganda is unlike any other African Travel Destination and is one of the most bio-diverse countries in all of Africa.
Uganda – The most Ethnically Diverse Country in the World – 2014:
Uganda, was named as the most ethnically diverse country on the planet according to a new scientific study that blows apart misconceptions that western nations are the most ethnically diverse.
Not only is Uganda one of Africa’s most bio-diverse country, it is the most ethnically diverse country in the world with over 40 people groups (some say that there are over 60 people groups) within Uganda with their own distinct cultures and in many cases their own languages.
When you visit Uganda this year with us – let us know that you would like to experience some of the diverse cultures in the pearl of Africa.
Uganda once again in Top Ten Tourism Destinations in Africa – 2014:
Uganda continues to attract impressive reviews as a result of its beauty, with new rankings placing it yet again among the top 10 tourism destinations on the continent.
Bloom Consulting, a Madrid-based firm, ranks Uganda in the top ten African Tourism Destination in their 2014/15 rankings released in December of 2014.
Uganda remains in the top-ten African Countries in the same position as in 2013 – Uganda keeps getting more and more accolades.
Uganda – Number 1 in Tourism Growth in Africa:
Uganda is one of Africa’s fastest growing Tourism Destination. Each year more and more tourists are discovering Uganda – the Pearl of Africa.
The reasons for the growth are multiple – Lonely Planet picking Uganda as best country to visit, improved Airline Service to Entebbe, International Airport.
Uganda with more carriers choosing Uganda as one of their flight destinations.
More potential Africa Travelers are becoming aware of all that Uganda has to do and see while on safari in Uganda.
Kidepo Valley National Park Picked as Number 3 Park in “Africa’s 10 Best National Parks 2013” by CNN Travel:
Kidepo Valley Park – East Africa’s most remote and unvisited Wildlife Park was picked by CNN-Travel as Africa’s 3rd best Wildlife Park in all of Africa.
Kidepo Valley National Park is more than most wildlife parks in Africa – it is Africa without the crowds – it is a one of a kind experience for the African travelers that is unrivaled anywhere else.
Make it a point to include Kidepo Valley Park in your safari with us. The lody Eden or Africa as it was over 50 years ago.
Kidepo Valley Park, Africa as you imagined it, only better.
The River Nile that flows through Uganda was picked as one of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders – 2013:
Uganda is home to the Source of the River Nile and the Nile flows south to the north through the Pearl of Africa.
One does not want to miss the most powerful waterfall in the world – Murchison Falls where the Nile tumbles down 44 meter through a 6 meter wide gorge creating almost a cauldron of rushing water, a most overwhelming sight as the power of nature is unleashed before you. It is quite a sight to behold.
Uganda home of the ancient River Nile that runs through it.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – Uganda – was voted Africa’s number one birding site (2012) by the African Bird club:
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – a UNESCO World Heritage Site was named as the Number-1 Birding Site in all of Africa by the African Birding Club.
The forest can be explored for birding from four different trailheads and you can hike though the forest from one end to the other while birding.
Murchison Falls National Park was picked as the 9th Best Birding site in all of Africa by the African Birding Club.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest put on Lonely Planet’s Top Ten List of most unusual Honeymoon Destinations-2014:
Many of those who come to Uganda on their Honeymoon visit Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and stay in one of its many unique upmarket lodges that are found there.
Lonely Planet added Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to their unusual Honeymoon Destinations. We are always grateful for us accolades.
We find as do our Honeymoon Safari Clients that Bwindi is an out of the ordinary destination for honeymoons – sharing time with the Mountain Gorillas while staying in one of the luxurious Lodges found there.
Fodor’s Travel Picks Bwindi Impenetrable Forest as one of Fodor’s 10 Best Travel Destinations – 2013:
Fodor’s Travel picks Bwindi Impenetrable Forest as one of the 10 Best Safari Destinations in all of Africa.
This relatively small park attracts thousands from around the world to the Pearl of Africa and to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in particular and it is no wonder that Bwndi Impenetrable Forest is a UNESO World Heritage Site.
Home to 400 plus Mountain Gorillas (Uganda has 480 Mountain Gorillas out 880 -here in Bwindi Forest you can gorilla trek, hike, bike, and enjoy the ancient Afro-Montane Forest.
Ssese Islands – Lake Victoria make the 2011 Lonely Planet’s List of the World’s Best Hidden Islands:Why would a landlocked African nation appear on a list of hidden desert islands? Lake Victoria, the world’s second largest Lake as large as a small ocean is home to the secret Islands in the Sun – the Ssese Island is where you can relax and chill out without the crowds at the end of your Ugandan Safari.
The Ssese Islands tick all the right boxes for an island paradise – golden beaches, whispering palm trees, exotic flora and fauna – they just happen to be in the middle of Africa’s largest lake. Most of the 84 islands in the Ssese group are undeveloped, but a handful of resorts and beach camps grace the sands of Buggala, the private Bulago Island, Bukasa and Banda. Aside from basking in the sun, the main activities are combing the jungle for exotic creatures and canoeing, fishing, sailing on the lake.
Kabiza Wilderness Safaris picks Uganda as Best African Country to Visit- 2016:
Our list of Awards and Accolades that Uganda has received would not be complete without our hearty endorsement of Uganda as best Country to visit in 2016.
Discover Uganda – the Pearl with us on a Safari in Authentic Africa and you will readily see why Uganda has received all the Awards and Accolades over the last few years.
There is only one thing we do – “Create Memorable Safaris.”
This year travel to Africa and discover its Pearl Uganda.
“The Kingdom of Uganda is a fairy tale. The scenery is different, the climate is different and most of all, the people are different from anything elsewhere to be seen in the whole range of Africa….what message I bring back….concentrate upon Uganda – ‘The Pearl of Africa.”
Winston Churchill (My African Journey – 1908)
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