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Back in Uganda! Trekking and Wildlife Safari Extraordinaire

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Uganda is often called the "Pearl of Africa" for good reason. It is simply spectacular! I've traveled there numerous times in the past but this time I was able to bring my family. We trekked the Rwenzori Mountains, wildlife-watched in Murchison Falls, QE and Kibale Forest National Parks. Amazing trip with over 32 species of mammals and some amazing birds. Take a look at our trip report below.

 

Cheers,

 

Coke Smith

www.cokesmithphototravel.com

 

Here is our Uganda Trip Report

 

http://www.cokesmithphototravel.com/Uganda_Wildlife_Expedition.html

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Shaun Sendyowa

Glad you had a great experience in Uganda, i only encourage you to return between late December-feb, this time you will simply be stunned by the wildlfe Uganda offers..

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