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Mabamba bay Eco-Tourism site

Mabamba Bay wetland has an area 16,500 ha and is located 36 km south west of Kampala on the shores of Lake Victoria in the Wakiso district.  It is a large extensive marsh of Miscunthus sp stretching through a long narrow bay, fringed with Cyperus papyrus towards the main body of Lake Victoria. Mabamba Bay Wetland System supports populations ...
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Kilombera weaving co-operative

Kilombera is the name of a rare weaver bird found in parts of East Africa. For a male weaver bird to find a mate it must spend hours weaving an intricate and attractively designed nest. Kilombera products have been handwoven by local Ugandans. Situated half way between Jinja and Bujagali, Kilombera is easy to find and ...
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Boomu Women’s Group

Boomu Women’s Group is a women’s group located 13 miles from Masindi on the edge of the Murchison Falls National Park; Uganda’s largest national park. Boomu means together and this describes the purpose of the group: to work together for our mutual benefit and the benefit of our communities. Boomu Women’s Group was formed in 1999, ...
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Tooro Botanical Gardens

This botanic garden undertakes reforestation using indigenous tree species in collaboration with local partners. Here are vegetable herbs, medicinal plants among others. Staff at Tooro botanical gardens are experienced in the propagation of many indigenous species, maintain a medicinal plant garden and undertake education programs. TBG that sits on 100 acres of land is conveniently located ...
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Rwenzori Founders Art Center

Supported by UK charity the Ruwenzori Sculpture Foundation, this rural centre for the arts was launched when three Ugandan craftsmen who trained at Pangolin Editions foundry in England returned home in 2008. It has since grown rapidly and the local team now boasts fifteen members. Unprecedented in Uganda, the foundry offers sculptors the opportunity to have ...
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Rwenzori Mountaineering Services (RMS)

Rwenzori Mountaineering Services (RMS) is an indigenous, non governmental organisation entrusted with a concession won from The Uganda Wildlife Authority to provide trekking tourism services/support on the Central Circuit Trail within the Rwenzori Mountains National Park. Read more about Rwenzoris National Park here Contact: Tel: +256 785 257 635, +256 755 723 581 (Kasese) +256 784 308 425 (Kampala)
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Mpanga Tea Estate Tour

Mpanga Growers Tea Factory is a public limited company owned by small holder tea growers. It was incorporated in 1995 . It is located in western Uganda Kabarole district, producing high quality tea for local and export market.It is one of the tea factories formerly under Uganda Tea Growers Corporation (U T G C), established ...
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Bunyangabu Beekeeping Cooperative (BBC)

Bunyangabu Beekeppers Cooperative Bunyangabu Beekeeping Cooperative (BBC), is a community organization that takes beekeeping very seriously, using nature’s gifts to help live in harmony with the environment that surrounds them. BBC owns an apiary, located about 300 meters from the main building, which is well stocked with all types of bee-hives ranging from traditional to ...
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Bagalayaaze Heritage Site

Bagalaayaze heritage site hosts the tombs where the mother of Kabaka Mwanga II was laid to rest at the beginning of the 20th Century-a historically important site for the Kingdom of Buganda. Today, the community uses the enclosure as a cultural center where they celebrate the kingdom’s people and history. The site is located 1Km along ...
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Lake Mburo Community Tourism Association (LMCTA)

UCOTA in partnership with UWA (Lake Mburo National Park) in the last one year identified 13 community groups around Lake Mburo National Park that would be trained under the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) and its partners program, Tourism for Biodiversity. The groups were taken through the 5-module training; Community Based Tourism Concept Development, Community tourism ...
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