Uganda together with Rwanda are among the leading destinations usually visited on Uganda safaris as well as Rwanda safaris undertakers. These two countries share a number of resources in common within the tourism industry particularly the endangered commonly visited mountain gorillas which live in the Virunga massif in Rwanda as well as in the Bwindi Impenetrable National park and these two places are frequented tourist destinations that are visited by several people from different parts of the country that come to enjoy gorilla safaris during which they track these endangered giants in their natural habitat.
Taking into consideration this history, the Uganda Tourism Board – which is the official marketing public organ that is aimed at promoting safaris to Uganda across the globe along with the High Commission of Uganda based in Rwanda organized a workshop for tour operators that was hosted in Kigali with the objective of connecting the gap in between the tour-operators in Uganda as well as Rwanda that will consequently see that these countries are being marketed as one destination.
The present efforts of this regional Integration has a major effect on the tourism industry as it is viewed as an chance through which holidaymakers such as those on safari in Rwanda and Uganda can move easily to enjoy tourist attractions cross the boarders. The inter-country travel is viewed as one of the techniques through which the long awaited East African integration can be attained since it is extremely crucial for people to understand one another prior to living in mutual partnership. The efforts to set up the railway line as agreed upon during the 7th Northern Corridor Summit that was help in Uganda’s capital Kampala not long ago can as well be regarded as a chance through which the tourism industry can explore to thrive.
The Uganda Tourism Board pointed out a number of Uganda safari attractions during the presentation made at the event which included culture plus heritage events together with natural attractions such as Africa’s Big 5, Mountain gorillas and the tree climbing lions which can mainly be seen in her ten National Parks together with the various wildlife reserves.
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