Kampala is Uganda's national and commercial capital bordering Lake Victoria.Africa's largest lake by area, the world's largest tropical lake, and the world's second largest fresh water lake by surface area after Lake Superior in North America
Uganda is popular as the primate capital of the world with the latest recommendation being when it was listed on the New York Times 52 Places to Go. Kibale Forest National Park, in particular, is referred to as the world's primate capital since its home to 13 of the 20 primates in Uganda,Birder’s Paradise and Of course Uganda is home to more than half of the remaining population of Mountain Gorillas.
National Geographic earlier named Uganda among the world's top 20 destinations for tourists in 2013,describing Uganda as new frontier and was ranked among the 19 cool places to visit in 2019 according to National Geographic.
Uganda won the 2019 Sustainable Tourism Destination award selected and awarded by China’s leading travel magazine Voyage at ‘2019 Voyage night’ .The award was received by PHG, Uganda's Marketing Destination Representative in China.
We also ranked number 30 on New York Time's top 52 places to visit in 2020 thanks to Uganda Airlines.
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That's amazing - I am coming back in June to Uganda and have tried getting in touch to firm up the photo walk so please get in touch!
Thanks for the review. I have responded to your message on face book and we look forward to hosting you in June.