Kampala's best Belgian restaurant is now open again and has instituted the required hygiene and social distancing measures ... and remember, they also deliver your food, made to order ... WhatsApp them via +256 791 572701 - Menus available online
Le Chateau | La Patisserie | Le Gourmet and The Pantry are open for business but also continue to deliver your orders ... WhatsApp them via +256 791 572701
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Diary of a Muzungu made a flying visit to #Watamu to see the whales
Gorillas, rhinos – even whales! Plus – are you free in Kampala this Thurs 5th September?
An update from Charlotte Beauvoisin, Diary of a Muzungu
Diary of a Muzungu | Uganda & East Africa Travel Blog
Welcoming the whales to Kenya + Akagera’s new rhinos + Murchison Falls SAVED 🌍 + let’s meet on September 5th 😊
From the forest to the coast, the muzungu has been busy experiencing some thrilling new ecotourism experiences!
In between travels, I’ve been organising my popular Introduction to Digital Marketing for Tourism workshops and adding new advertisers to my Travel Directory. Visit the Travel Directory to find a tour operator, lodge or ‘things to do’. Scroll down to see the most recent listings.
"Armed with a pair of binoculars and a good viewing spot, Charlotte Beauvoisin, a British travel blogger who lives in Uganda sat at the shore watching the whales from land. Excerpt from an interview with The Nation.”
Uganda’s tourism and conservation communities – and the public at large – were seriously upset following a newspaper notice announcing plans to build a hydropower dam at one of Uganda’s most popular tourist attractions! Click here to read what people were saying – THANKFULLY this week we have heard the Falls are saved. PHEW!
Akagera’s renaisaance continues!
I didn’t expect much when I first went on safari to Rwanda’s Akagera National Park. Seeing a leopard (a few metres from us) and three young lions, offspring of the first lions reintroduced to the park, quickly changed any preceonceptions!