10 Tips for Travelling in Uganda

1. Download safe boda Getting around Kampala can be hectic especially during rush hour. Trips that should take 20 minutes can end up taking hours if you're in a car. Scooters (or boda's as they're known in Uganda) weave through traffic and are realistically the best way to get around in the city. That being... Continue Reading →

My Top 10 Travel Must Haves

1. Luxy Lemon Charing Phone case I say a luxy lemon one because they are cute as heck (not sponsored) but really any charging phone case is super handy. It's the best for long days so you don't need to stress about not having access to a map, tickets, or addresses for your accommodation! 2.... Continue Reading →

50 Things I’m Thankful For

I've been so busy lately that I almost forgot about my favourite blog post of the year! If it wasn't for my partner, I wouldn't have remembered - and that will definitely be my 1st thing I'm grateful for .. my guy ACTUALLY listening when I talk about my blog!?! This is my 6th annual... Continue Reading →

Life Update!

Hello my lovely blog followers! It has been a very long time since I have been able to write and share any of my recent travel adventures so I figured it was a perfect time to write a life update and let you all know what's been happening. I moved back from Uganda at the... Continue Reading →

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

Tour Operator: Achieve Global Safaris Safari Length: 3 days Safari Highlights: Gorilla Trek Price: $1575 USD Here's the low down on gorilla trekking in East Africa: First, you usually need to book your gorilla permit in advance as there are only 80 permits sold each day and they can sell out during high season. I... Continue Reading →

12 Cool Facts About Gorillas

1. Mountain gorillas only live in East Africa in two areas - Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda, and the Virunga Mountains which spreads between Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda. 2. The total mountain gorilla population is estimated to be 1,004 individuals as of 2018. These gorillas are counted and surveyed... Continue Reading →

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