The Pearl of Africa 3rd Edition
Uganda is a country endowed with natural assets, an attractive landscape, friendly people, and all year pleasant Weather.
It is located a stride the equator on a plateau and a various eco-system with snow-capped mountains, and vegetation ranging from Savanna, and tropical to the semi-arid climate that defines its beauty, as described by Sir Winston Church Hill's “The Pearl of Africa”.
The Pearl of Africa 2nd Edition
The Board, Management, and Staff of Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife, and Antiquities join with the rest of the World to celebrate the International Tourism Day 2022. We remain committed to develop and promote Tourism, Wildlife and Cultural heritage resources for enhancement of Uganda as a preferred tourist destination, with accelerated sector contribution to the National Economy.
UGANDA TOURISM SATELLITE ACCOUNT
The Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) is an accounting framework adopted by the United Nations (UN) and designed to measure goods and services associated with tourism according to international standards, concepts, classifications and definitions.
Strategic Plan for Museums & Monuments
UGANDA’s Vision 2040 is conceptualized around strengthening the fundamentals of the economy to harness the abundant opportunities around the country among which is a huge potential for tourism.
Tourism Policy &Development Master Plan
Ministerial Policy Statements
Tourism Services Directory
Annual Tourism Sector Performance Reports
This is the first national Strategy for combating poaching, illegal wildlife trade and trafficking in Uganda. Its formulation followed a comprehensive SWOT analysis of the existing framework for combating poaching, illegal wildlife trade and trafficking.
An Act to provide for the conservation and sustainable management of wildlife; to strengthen wildlife conservation and management; to continue the existence of the Uganda Wildlife Authority; to streamline the roles and responsibilities of institutions
The report on the state of wildlife resources in Uganda has been developed in line with the statutory obligation for Uganda Wildlife Authority to produce annual reports on the state of wildlife resources (Section 5(p) of the Uganda Wildlife Act CAP 200.