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19th August 2018. Mark that date on your calendar-a date in which over 10,000 fun loving Ugandans will be gracing the 3rd Edition of the Rolex festival at the Uganda museum. It is a day long fest that celebrates Uganda's most loved street food, the Rolex. It is a captivating and yummy event accompanied with electrifying music performances. Unmissable!!. Below are some of the scenes that highlighted its launch last Monday at the Independence monument arena.
Have you thought of where to have your lunch? Brisk is ready to receive you at any time. Come enjoy our best lunch buffet.
Speke Apartment's La Cabana Restaurant will take your breath away 24/7
Following the successful completion of her renovation, all is set for the relaunch of Club Ambiance, one of Kampala's most hip
and chic hangouts. The event which is set for 27th of this month will be graced with live performances from Kampala's favourite
Dance-hall trend setter, Sheebah Karungi.......
Flashback: Last Friday, Ebonies, one of Uganda's most popular Drama Group premiered their new play-
“HIBO HOBA” @ THEATRE LA BONITA. Below are some of the high moments that rocked the day...
By Solomon Oleny
Since the start of the 21st century, River Nile has been repeatedly ranked by Travel Media and Travel Advisories among Africa’s seven wonders. This ranking is mostly in awe of it being the world’s longest river and also an outstanding hub of water adventure, especially white water rafting. And nowhere else does rafting come alive like Jinja, a destination where Nalubale a British run company has risen through the ranks and emerged as the friendliest rafting company since its start in 2005.
By Solomon Oleny
It sits on the edge of a peaceful jungle at the shores of Lake Victoria, near Kampala. To be more precise, it is found in Mukono District, Mpatta Sub-county, Butere. It is a well conserved ecological get away that is perfect for honeymoon or family holidays.
By Edward Nimusima
The Moonlight Festival is the core of any kingdom in Uganda. To many, basing on its name, they might think it’s a festival held under a bright African moon. No. The Moonlight Festival is a traditional ritual. And, this time round, Bunyoro Kingdom is having its celebrations. It’s as prestigious as it is traditional and deeply rooted in the Bunyoro Kingdom rich culture. Bunyoro Kingdom is the oldest kingdom in Uganda. The kingdom covers 5 districts (Masindi, Buriisa, Hoima, Kibale and Kiryandongo).
Lake Victoria is the largest tropical lake in the world and largest freshwater lake in Africa, with a surface area of 26,560square miles. It is also one of the most beautiful features that make Uganda stand out of the crowd as a Pearl. If you have a strong preference for waterfront beaches, meet some of the most beautiful hotels you should visit before the year ends. By Solomon Oleny & Andrew Kisamba.
To say Bwindi Jungle Lodge is just an astonishing safari lodge is quite an understatement. It is a destination of diversity, energy and culture. From the fancy colours that burst open in its blue skies, to its charming sunset that leaves many of its visitors at a loss of words, it is a touristic facility where you can explore the wilderness and be pampered in splendor. As written by Solomon Oleny
There are many particulars that comprise a great stay, and this destination which is located on Lake Mulehe, mucha, about 10kilometers from Kisoro town provides so many.
She is the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees with 55-years’ experience in the study of their social and family interactions. Dr. Jane Goodall is her name and guess what!! She visited Uganda last week to grace the 20th anniversary of Ngamba Island (Thursday 07th/06/2018).
Caption for above picture: Volunteer and staff during integration of the baby chimps in Ngamba forest 1998.
Fast forward, Ngamba is a sensational island in Lake Victoria that is endowed with a secondary forest. It is an inviting fully fledged travel destination that is home to over 48 chimpanzees. They were orphaned from different parts of tropical Africa.
By Solomon Oleny
Very few restaurants know how to strike a balance between quality and affordability. Food lovers know her as Asian Fusion Restaurant. Judging by the crowds she has been attracting since her establishment in 1990's. You can easily tell that it is one of the few Asian eat outs in Kampala that have excelled highly in providing great standards at good prices. Its specialty is Indian and Chinese dishes.
Craving for a feast of Indian food or Asian delicacies in general? You and your loved ones might fall short of words for this awe-inspiring gem when you visit it.
Its name comes from an Indian word used to refer to a Muslim nobleman or person of high status. No this doesn't mean it belongs to kings. Rather, it was established to offer you exquisite dining experiences which are usually exclusive to kings.
Busoga Kingdom has over 350 clans most of which claim to have originated from Bunyoro Kingdom. One such clan is the Igaga Clan, the biggest in the Kingdom under a single cultural leader, the Igaga. The first Igaga, Prince Byaruhanga, migrated from Bunyoro, crossed Koki chiefdom of Kamuswaga, sailed on L. Victoria and landed in the current forest of Kityerera, around 1350. He moved to Bukowe Hill in Bugweri chiefdom, sighted the Nhenda Hill and settled there. He produced children one of whom, Mutamba (Kawanguzi), migrated and founded the Busiki chiefdom.
Yearning for an adventure that will renew and rejuvenate your positive energy, why not head out for a hiking encounter that will leave you with tears of joy. Here are some recommendations across Uganda. The one thing they share in common is that they are full of jaw-dropping scenery and gentle gradients. This makes "summiting" them possible even for those who are less physically fit. The experience the offer is perfect for team building and bonding with loved ones. Writes Solomon Oleny