Crane Bank Safe and Sound

dr-sudhir-rupareliaBy Geoffrey Baluku

The insider and a number of social media sites were by last evening awash with reports that Crane Bank‘s Managing Director Mr. A.R. Kalan was on the run after taking off with his boss Sudhir Ruparelia’s money and fleeing to the United Kingdom. Continue reading Crane Bank Safe and Sound

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What to do about negative hotel evaluations

chobeHotel evaluations on the internet are gaining in importance in the final selection of the travel destination. Very often a negative evaluation online means that the person looking to book decides on an alternative hotel. Continue reading What to do about negative hotel evaluations

Why Uganda?

Tree Climbing Lions - Ishasha, Queen Elizabeth National Park
Tree Climbing Lions – Ishasha, Queen Elizabeth National Park

By Geoffrey Baluku

Uganda is a land locked country located astride the equator. With an area of 236, 580 sq. km, Uganda is bordered by South Sudan in the north, Kenya to the east, Tanzania and Rwanda in the South while the Democratic Republic of Congo is to the west. It is a country blessed with varied and spectacular scenery to fill one action packed holiday and still leave scores of other experiences to be enjoyed on a return trip. Continue reading Why Uganda?

Uganda is a Safe, Calm and Hospitable Country to visit

General Aronda Nyakairima - Ugandan Minister of Internal Affairs
General Aronda Nyakairima – Ugandan Minister of Internal Affairs

The Government of Uganda has assured tourists and investors of security saying Uganda is safe from Bundibugyo to Manafwa, North to South and border to border. Continue reading Uganda is a Safe, Calm and Hospitable Country to visit

Uganda Tourism Act, 2008

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Mountain Gorilla – Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda

ACTS SUPPLEMENT to The Uganda Gazette No. 25 Volume CI dated 9th May, 2008.

By Order of the Government. Act 2 Uganda Tourism Act 2008 Continue reading Uganda Tourism Act, 2008

UNWTO Predicts Strong Summer for International Tourism

UNWTO-Sectretary-General-Taleb-Rifai
UNWTO-Sectretary-General-Taleb-Rifai

Demand for international tourism remained strong in the first four months of 2014 according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. International tourist arrivals worldwide grew by 5%, the same rate as during the full year 2013. Continue reading UNWTO Predicts Strong Summer for International Tourism