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Uganda Travel Month Back With Exciting 2018 Edition

Uganda Travel Month, the largest experiential tourism marketing event on the Uganda calendar is back with an exciting 2018 edition scheduled to take place in the month of October.

This year’s edition was launched at a special media launch held at Prunes Restaurant in Kololo on Wednesday evening.

During the month-long event, Uganda’s much deprived urban millennial middle class will experience the gems that make Uganda a much coveted destination globally through a 4 week circuit of memorable trips that will take groups out into the wild at once in a lifetime discounted fees.

Speaking at the Launch, Allen from The Pearl Guide said, “This year we want to give the people so much excitement on these trips. We want to promote more of the domestic tourism. This year there will be 4 trips with the first one taking place this weekend.”

The event takes place from Sept 29 – Oct 21, 2018; it will start in Lake Mbura National Park on September 29, then head to Murchison Falls at Chobe Safari Lodge on October 6, and thereafter Queen Elizabeth National Park on October 12, and end with a trip to Lake Bunyonyi in Kabale on October 19.

The first 4 weekends of the month will each feature a uniquely crafted “Scheduled Trips” to a selected idyllic travel location for one to experience with friends.

The Uganda Travel Month 2018 is powered by Nile Special, Total Excellium and Radiocity 97FM.

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