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Thursday, March 17, 2016
Top movies filmed in Uganda.

On Friday 4th March 2016, the Le Grand Jour film was premiered in Uganda at Century Cinemax, Acacia Mall. What makes this film special to Ugandans is the fact that some of the parts of the film were shot in Uganda with some rare scenic views such as those of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

What may not be known to many is the fact that Uganda has always been a top prospect with amazing locations for shooting movies.

Several blockbuster movies have been shot in the country over the years and these have not only promoted the country as wonderful for filming movies but have also gone on to showcase to the world the beauty of the Peal of Africa.



The listing below is a compilation of some of the major films that were shot in Uganda, so that we can appreciate where the country is coming from and where it is heading in as far as the movie industry is concerned in promoting the country.


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Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Regional Tourism Clusters, the future for Uganda’s tourism industry

The concept of regional tourism cluster is relatively new but now running in Uganda. By close of 2015, Uganda Tourism Board had helped establish eleven regional tourism clusters in eleven tourism regions. In a very short time of existence, the benefits from the cluster concept have already started streaming long the tourism chain and it would not be an overrated statement to say that regional Tourism Clusters are the future for Uganda’s tourism industry.

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Monday, January 11, 2016
Top 10 Events that shaped the Uganda tourism industry in 2015

The year 2015 went down into the books of records as one of the biggest years to happen to Uganda’s tourism industry. This would follow the relatively few but milestone events that may yet define the great future of Uganda’s Tourism Industry. At the close of the year, Uganda was named in the top 16 up and coming destinations 2015 by CNN Travel. The same year had Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park listed among the top 10 places to watch wildlife for its Gorilla Tracking opportunities. These recognitions didn’t land by accident but may be attributed to a number of gradually tailored events that may as well have been the key initiatives in shaping Uganda’s tourism industry.

Uganda Tourism Hub brings you the top 10 events that had the biggest positive impact on Uganda’s tourism industry in 2015 and arguably steered the sector to touch the sky. The events are ranked from No. 10 to No. 1(No. 1 being the event that had the greatest impact on the tourism industry).

Top 10 events that shaped the Uganda tourism industry 2015
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Monday, May 25, 2015
Uganda Martyrs Day Celebrations: How to prepare

The annual Namugongo Martyrs Day Celebrations is here again and the preparations by both the organizers and participants are on. Regardless of our roles, we all want to have a wonderful 2015 event which will not only glorify the Lord but also leave a wonderful and memorable experience especially to the participants.

Participants for the Uganda Martyrs Day celebrations come in from all over the world. The expectations are always high from them and they indeed deserve to have the best of the event given the time and commitment they dedicate to this joyous day.

Namugongo Martyrs day is one of the biggest annual religious events in Africa and it attracts millions of pilgrims from all over the world every year. Much as the peak of the celebrations is marked on 3rd June, the preparations and celebrations actually span all through May and June. There have however been several complaints from participants over the years regarding ill experiences during the celebrations, though some of the bad experiences are actually of own making due to poor preparations.

This post is meant to guide participants to effectively prepare for the 2015 Uganda Martyrs Day Celebrations so that they avoid suffering unnecessary compromising circumstances but instead have an excellent memorable experience both spiritually and delightfully. 

You need proper preparation for the Uganda Martyrs Day Celebrations
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Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Key sites and things you didn’t know about the journey of the Uganda Martyrs

Uganda is said to have the biggest number of Saints, thanks to the bravery of the “Uganda Martyrs”. The Uganda Martyrs story is by far the most touching and motivational story in the history of Uganda’s Christian religion. The Uganda martyrs are the most celebrated religious heroes in Uganda’s history and every year on 3rd June, thousands of pilgrims move on foot hundreds of kilometers to Namugongo in commemoration of the these brave and committed Christians.

But whats so special about the Uganda Martyrs?!. In order to fully understand this question, Uganda Tourism Hub takes you through the journey and some of the places and things you probably didn’t know about these highly celebrated men of God who were responsible for not only spreading but also inspiring the wider spread of Christianity in Uganda.

The spot where the first Catholic Missionaries landed in Uganda
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Wednesday, April 15, 2015
10 sites & activities that should not miss out from a cultural tour package in Uganda

“It is said Uganda’s tourism is largely based on natural and cultural products!, Please mention the cultural sites/products in reference”. This is one of the frequently asked questions by tourists to Uganda who are interested in cultural tourism.

Whoever may have received this question and may be didn’t have a clear answer; follow closely as Uganda Tourism Hub unfolds the 10 key sites/activities/products that should never miss out from a complete cultural tour package in Uganda.

Uganda’s has a rich cultural heritage and a wide range of cultural tourism products ranging from traditional practices to cultural sites that have been preserved and transferred from one generation to another over hundreds of years, 10 of which of the most unique ones have made it on this list.


With over 52 indigenous tribes, Uganda has a rich cultural heritage to explore
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
8 things to look out for in a well packaged community tour in Uganda.

Community tourism offers some of the best moments one could ever experience in Uganda especially if it is well planned and packaged. This unique and exciting tourism product is fairly new and just starting to take root in Uganda. Previously, a few community tourism activities would be included on itineraries but as subsidiaries.

Today, community tourism in Uganda has grown into a complete product and standalone community tourism packages are being organized sold to tourists. However, many tourists still find a challenge in gauging and evaluating a good community tour package in Uganda and this position is worsened by the fact that the product is fairly new and its definition and description may vary from individual to individual or community to community.

Uganda Tourism Hub hereby brings you the perimeters and attributes that a tourist should lookout for in a well packed community tour in Uganda. 

There is alot to know and learn about community tours in Uganda
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Monday, February 16, 2015
The Hidden Secrets of Kagulu Rock

The Uganda Tourism Hub team toured Kagulu rock and discovered that the site goes beyond a 3,600ft rock offering climbing/hiking opportunities to a variety of other wonderful opportunities as we you are going to find out in this post.

The Kagulu Rock is an astounding rock feature situated in Buyende district, Eastern Uganda. The site has only just recently been reclaimed for tourism purposes by the Busoga Tourism Initiative but until then, it was under serious threat from the local community members who were blasting it away for construction materials.

Uganda Tourism Hub team discovered that Kagulu Rock holds very significant value in terms of culture, history and tourism. In the following narration, Uganda Tourism Hub unfolds the hidden secrets of this highly treasured site especially in a tourism perspective.


This rock keeps a lot more secrets than you knew
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Hiking Mountain Rwenzori with US super model Marlina Moreno

UTH was hournered to climb mountain Rwenzori with Marina Moreno as US renowned super model during the first ever Rwenzori Climbing Challenge that was aimed at promoting mountain climbing on the Rwenzori Mountains.

It is every adventurer’s dream to hike mountain Rwenzori whether they make it to the peak or not. Mountain Rwenzori is not like any other mountain given its outstanding beauty, uniqueness and attractions. UTH would classify the mountain as a 4 star on the parameters of height, terrain, adventure opportunities, beauty and scenery and availability of accommodation.

The mountain takes not less than 5 days to reach the snowcapped peak for a fully fit hiker. It is paramount to make proper preparations before daring the mountain and this would come in form of both mental and physical preparations. 

The Uganda Tourism Hub team was among the many groups of people and companies that participated in the 2015 and first ever Mountain Rwenzori climbing Challenge and with pleasure relay the thrilling experience.


Amazing sites of Rwenzori Mountains
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Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Top 6 Uganda Tourism Destinations for School Tours to consider in 2015

Uganda Tourism Hub brings you a ranking of the top 6 tourism destinations for school tours to consider when planning for your school tour in 2015. This list is based on a research conducted by Uganda Tourism Hub on the parameters of number of school visits to the destinations, availability of favorable facilities to cater for school students and the capacity of the destination to host a reasonable number of visitors.

The list compiled gives the ranking from 6 to 1, where 1 is the best destination.


Certain destinations may not exactly appeal to students yet they are actually what is relevant to their studies
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Wednesday, December 31, 2014
The Uganda Tourism Hub Team explores Murchison Falls National Park

A visit to Murchison Falls National Park offers some of the most exciting opportunities. The Uganda Tourism Hub team visited the national park and live to tell what to them is one of the best adventure tours Uganda has got to offer.

Murchison Falls National Park is one of the oldest and biggest conservation areas in Uganda. It is situated in at the northern end of the Albertine rift valley in Uganda and it contains a wide range of amazing attractions including over 70 species of mammals, 450 species of birds and the magnificent Murchison falls.

The Uganda Tourism Hub joined a group of tourists to explore the wonders of this wonderful national park. First was the evening game drive and then a boat cruise to the breathtaking Murchison Falls.

The team of Uganda Tourism Hub explores Murchison Falls National Park
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