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Would you like to write a guest post for Diary of a Muzungu?

Everyone is welcome to submit guest post story ideas for publication on Diary of a Muzungu Uganda travel blog.

Guest posts should be relevant to this blog and my readers.

Some of the central themes are adventure, African travel, art, bananas, birds and bird watching, conservation, culture, dating disasters, East Africa, gorilla trekking, ecotourism, Ethiopia, expat life, Kenya, Rwanda, safaris, tourism, travel, travel tips, Uganda, volunteering, wildlife.

I am often asked my advice on things to do in Kampala, how to buy a gorilla permit in Uganda or Rwanda, travel advice, expat advice on living in Uganda, the best Internet to use in Kampala, and more. People want to know what it’s like to travel, live and work in Uganda, so please feel free to share your experiences – and photos! – too.

If you have a good story you think people would like to read, please get in touch!

Here are a few previous guest posts:

Driving in Kampala – not for the nervous

How to climb Mount Kilimanjaro – Tales of a Novice Climber

“Love letter to Motherland Uganda” and the National Anthem debate

My journey to Uganda: First Impressions

Assertiveness Training for Women Birders

Ugandans Adopt – “Why I do what I do”

How to take your dog from Uganda to the UK

What is the Diary of a Muzungu house style?

Blog posts are between 400 – 1000 words and should (ideally) have photos. All stories must be your original content. Any photos you provide should be yours (or you should provide information on who to credit).

I reserve the right to edit your post prior to publishing it.

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There is no charge to feature a personal guest post, or an article promoting a registered charity or NGO.

All requests for Sponsored Posts will be considered. Charges may apply for commercial organisations wishing to exchange links. I will always state where I’ve been paid or given something for free in return for a mention on Diary of a Muzungu.

For more information, please read Diary of a Muzungu’s Terms and Conditions.

So if you have a photo or a story to share, please contact me via my contact form for more information, I’d love to hear from you!