Statistics

General Statistics

Uganda has 10 National Parks and 12 Game Reserves. These offer a wide range of tourism products including Gorilla tracking, nature guided walks, village walks, butterfly and bird watching, rare fauna and flora species.

Uganda’s first COVID-19 case was confirmed on 21st March 2020. Prior to this, the government had taken proactive anti COVID-19 measures which halted almost all tourism activities

This report provides an overview of the hotel and accommodation sub sector within the tourism industry for the calendar year 2020 (January-December 2020) based on the Quarterly Hotel and Accommodation Survey 2020.

The source of the Nile is found in Jinja town which is the adventure capital of Uganda. Anyone who has sought an adventurous trip in Uganda has first considered Jinja before any other place.

The Uganda Wildlife Education Centre or more popularly known as Entebbe Zoo offers a perfect introduction to Uganda’s incredible biodiversity and is one of the most popular tourist sites in Uganda

This report provides information on room and bed occupancy rates disaggregated by the four quarters of the CY2020 and CY2021, Details are also provided by region

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Research Reports
The United States of America, Kenya, the United Kingdom, Tanzania, the D. R. Congo, Rwanda and Germany are the top seven visitor markets for Uganda. Combined they account for about 70 percent of all visitors. The six countries represent the three main continents where visitors to Uganda Come from

The United States of America, Kenya, the United Kingdom, Tanzania, the D. R. Congo, Rwanda and Germany are the top seven visitor markets for Uganda. Combined they account for about 70 percent of all visitors. The six countries represent the three main continents where visitors to Uganda Come from

Uganda’s natural capital, including biodiversity, contributes substantially to the economic growth and well-being of its people and their environment. This project, seeks to ensure that the value of the biodiversity-related natural capital is considered in the national planning processes. (Summary)

Uganda’s natural capital, including biodiversity, contributes substantially to the economic growth and well-being of its people and their environment. This project, seeks to ensure that the value of the biodiversity-related natural capital is considered in the national planning processes. (Summary)

The Government of Uganda is keen on increasing the economic benefits derived from Uganda’s tourism assets. These assets include the national parks, the wildlife (a unique mixture of plains game and mountain gorillas), and landscapes for hiking, as well as water and adventure activities.

The Government of Uganda is keen on increasing the economic benefits derived from Uganda’s tourism assets. These assets include the national parks, the wildlife (a unique mixture of plains game and mountain gorillas), and landscapes for hiking, as well as water and adventure activities.

Uganda’s natural capital, including biodiversity, contributes substantially to the economic growth and well-being of its people and their environment. This project, seeks to ensure that the value of the biodiversity-related natural capital is considered in the national planning processes.

Uganda’s natural capital, including biodiversity, contributes substantially to the economic growth and well-being of its people and their environment. This project, seeks to ensure that the value of the biodiversity-related natural capital is considered in the national planning processes.

The Government of Uganda is keen on increasing the economic benefits derived from Uganda’s tourism assets. These assets include the national parks, the wildlife (a unique mixture of plains game and mountain gorillas), and landscapes for hiking, as well as water and adventure activities.

The Government of Uganda is keen on increasing the economic benefits derived from Uganda’s tourism assets. These assets include the national parks, the wildlife (a unique mixture of plains game and mountain gorillas), and landscapes for hiking, as well as water and adventure activities.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruptions in the global economy. By the end of June 2020, the pandemic had brought international travel to an abrupt halt and significantly impacted the tourism industry. Tourism  is a major source of employment,  revenue and foreign exchange earnings.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruptions in the global economy. By the end of June 2020, the pandemic had brought international travel to an abrupt halt and significantly impacted the tourism industry. Tourism is a major source of employment, revenue and foreign exchange earnings.

Statistical Bulletine

MTWA Statistical Bulletin_Issue 1

MTWA Statistical Bulletin_Issue 3

MTWA Statistical Bulletin_Issue 5 (vol 3)

MTWA Statistical Bulletin_Issue 2

MTWA Statistical Bulletin_Issue 4

MTWA Statistical Bulletin_Issue 6 (vol 4)

UBOS Statistical Abstract

UBOS Statistical Abstract 2016

UBOS Statistical Abstract 2013

UBOS Statistical Abstract 2015

UBOS Statistical Abstract 2012

UBOS Statistical Abstract 2014

MTWA Tourism Statistical Abstract

Tourism sector statistical abstract 2017

Tourism sector statistical abstract 2014

Tourism sector statistical abstract 2016

Tourism sector statistical abstract 2013

Tourism sector statistical abstract 2015

Tourism sector statistical abstract 2012