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Uganda To Lose $800 Million In Tourism

Uganda To Lose $800 Million In Tourism Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

Uganda is most likely to lose close to $800 million in tourism as the covid pandemic escalates, Tourism state minister Godfrey Kiwanda has disclosed. According to kiwanda for the period April and May, Uganda has lost close to $240 million in tourism sector mainly businesses from it’s 5 star hotels business. Last year Uganda earned $1.6 billion from the tourism ...

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Sudhir Ruparelia Scoops Lifetime Tourism Achiever Award

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City Tycoon Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia has scooped 2019 lifetime tourism achiever award from Uganda Tourism Board (UTB)for his continued efforts in investing in tourism sector. Sudhir who owns numerous hotels in the country is expected to inject more $100million into Sese Island hotel this July. UTB organized the award in a bid to promote local tourism but also to appreciate ...

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Kidnapped American Tourist Recovered Alive After Paying Ransom

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An American tourist identified as Kimberly Endicott and a safari guide known as Jean Paul who were kidnapped by unknown gunmen near Queen Elizabeth National Park in Western Uganda have returned safely after paying a ransom for their release, according to the Safari firm. Check also: William Ruto’s Pilot, Four Americans Die In Helicopter Crash The police spokeperson, Namaye Polly who ...

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Museveni Presides Over NRM Retreat At Chobe Safari Lodge

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President Museveni at Chobe Safari Lodge, where he’s chairing the NRM CEC retreat, he made time to meet leaders of a group of 250 Israeli tourists who are visiting Uganda. Check also: Uganda Tourism Board Registers Impressive Growth This group came here via a chartered direct flight from Israel, something that had not happened since the early 1970s. I welcome them ...

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Uganda Tourism Board Registers Impressive Growth

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Christmas is once again with us and its best moment to spend that money, take holiday from daily work and time for Merry making. As you plan your travel with your family for up-country journey to relax from full year work Uganda Tourism Board advise that you visit one of the tourist sites to enjoy good fresh air endowed with ...

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