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My name is Charlotte – bampita Nagawa – and I am the Captain for your tour of the Pearl of Africa, where we shall be cruising at an altitude of between 621 and 6110 metres above sea level. Let me share my love of all things Ugandan with you. On our Uganda travels, we will encounter elephants, lions, birds, gorillas and chimpanzees. We will travel on foot, by bus, on quad bikes and rafts. With wall-to-wall sunshine, Technicolor blue skies and lush greenery, Uganda truly is 'the best of Africa.' Many countries boast of having the friendliest people: you will meet them here in Uganda! Read more about the Muzungu or contact me. I'd love to hear from you!

Featured Posts

  • Guide to eating fish, Lake Victoria - Diary of a Muzungu

    “Eating fish” on Lake Victoria – the Muzungu’s guide

    Apr 4, 15 • 1806 views • 7 comments

    “Eating fish” on Lake Victoria – the Muzungu’s guide Regular readers of Diary of a Muzungu will know how much I enjoy venturing off the beaten track and sharing my favourite Uganda travel experiences. Here is my Guide to eating fish, Lake Victoria, Kampala – a few day out...

  • Shoebill Mabamba Swamp Big Birding Day

    Operation Shoebill: Uganda’s Big Birding Day 24 hour race

    Nov 22, 14 • 2350 views • No Comments

    Operation Shoebill: first-hand experience of Uganda’s Big Birding Day annual 24 hour bird race at Mabamba Bay So why precisely have I got up well before dawn – on a Saturday – to drive for three hours in a cramped minibus to sit in an old boat? It’s that time of year again: Uganda’s...

  • Diary of a Muzungu. Ggaba landing site

    Why do I Blog? 10 Surprising Life Lessons from a Self-Confessed Blogaholic

    Oct 17, 14 • 6867 views • 23 comments

    Why do I blog? 10 Surprising Life Lessons from a Self-Confessed Blogaholic 1. Blogging is my friend. 2. Blogging is my creative outlet. 3. Blogging is my personal space when things in my life don’t work out the way I want them to. 4. Blogging = time out… Blogging is my arena in which to:...

  • River Nile Jinja dawn

    Save the Nile #saveadventuretourisminUganda – can you help?

    Jul 17, 14 • 3215 views • 5 comments

    Save the Nile. Help us Save Adventure Tourism in Uganda The situation regarding the Isimba Hydro Power Project on the River Nile below Jinja has reached a critical stage! In the next few weeks The World Bank, and Uganda’s National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA) will decide on the...

  • Baby gorilla Bwindi Uganda

    A rollex-fuelled tour of Uganda and Africa by bike #HumanSpirit

    Jun 15, 14 • 3922 views • 7 comments

    “I’m no David Attenborough, but trekking with the gorillas has been the greatest wildlife experience of my life,” said Ron Rutland, the ‘Fat Kid on a Bike’ who cycled through Uganda en route from Cape Town to London, sponsored by ABSA’s #HumanSpirit. Ron is planning...

  • Stephen Rwangyezi Ndere Centre Uganda

    Interview with a rebel: Ugandan cultural activist Stephen Rwangyezi

    Jan 20, 14 • 4420 views • 4 comments

    Interview with a rebel: Ugandan cultural activist Stephen Rwangyezi Stephen Rwangyezi is a fantastic storyteller with a compelling stage presence. What is more, he is a living, breathing – dancing! – Encyclopaedia of Ugandan culture. In Uganda, Stephen is most famously known as the force...

  • Elephant dung deterrent, Ishasha, Queen Elizabeth National Park

    Why I love elephant dung!

    Sep 15, 12 • 6241 views • 16 comments

    You might not believe it but it was elephants – or what comes out of the back end of them – that first brought me to Uganda. Colleagues back in London laughed out loud when I told them about the first project that the Uganda Conservation Foundation had planned for me: collecting...

 

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