Good News from Uganda as Uganda Tourism Authority Opens up their National Parks to local and expatriates in Uganda. The Authority brings in such news after a long period of fighting the pandemic. It comes at a time when the tourism industry in Africa has been ripped.
Uganda hasn’t eased its flight suspensions and opening of borders. Making parks open only for its citizens and expatriates as it looks in taking advantage of Domestic Tourism to revive the industry. Many African Destinations are looking at ways to revive and open up their borders for travel as soon as possible.
Uganda Tourism Authority has Issued a public statement to announce the opening of its major savannah parks excluding the primate parks. This include Bwindi Impenetrable Forest park and other primate parks due to the spread of COVID 19 until further notice.
Below is a statement from the Authority with further measures and guidelines on how to conduct a visit to these parks.
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