Monthly Archives: October 2015

Best Camping Trips from Kampala

Camping is not for everyone. Some travelers enjoy being out in the wild and in touch with nature. For some, the thought of leaving their comfortable bed and hot shower behind is nothing short of fearsome. Luckily Uganda has both … Read More

Top Day Trips from Kampala

For those who love to travel but work 5 days a week, the perception is that one must take leave to travel. Day-trips are ideal because they pack as much punch as possible within a short period. They are perfect … Read More

Top Seven Tips for A Solo Female Traveler

Despite the fact that the world has come a long way in both gender equity; ladies traveling unaccompanied still attract a higher risk of attacks and harassment than the brothers. However, most of these unwelcome and at times unfortunate situations … Read More

Booking the Best for your Family Vacation

Once the kids are in, top priorities for dream vacations take a shift from long couple massages and star lit safaris to kid menus and baby feeding chairs! Your needs take a new twist from happy and efficient staff to … Read More

Tourism in a Fast Changing World

Emerging Trends in Tourism: Striking Balance between the Human Role and Technology The latest trend in tourism is travel that is rapidly moving past the conventional means in response to a growing market; where in one way or the other, … Read More

Lesser Flamingo

The Healing Geysers and Flightless Flamingos

Lake Bogoria is one of the hyper saline lakes in the Rift Valley region, and lies between the more popular Lake Nakuru and Lake Baringo. Although mostly overlooked in short span itineraries due to its challenged presence of wildlife in … Read More

A Road Trip to Jinja

The meeting point was Watoto Church on Buganda road. A chilly 7am morning 15 bloggers and media representatives set off from Kampala, determined to change the world’s perception of Uganda one click at a time. KafundaKreative, Media8 and share … Read More

Adventure to Sipi Falls

Sipi Falls is a series of three waterfalls in Eastern Uganda in the district of Kapchorwa, northeast of Sironko and Mbale. The waterfalls lie on the edge of Mount Elgon National Park near the Kenyan border. With a cooler climate … Read More