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 Blankets and Wine marks 10 years with a special festival  set to take place on 24th July 2022. The theme for this edition is ‘’Blankets is Me’’. Blankets at 10 is to celebrate the music, art and fashion over the 10 years. Blankets and wine gives an Urban-Afrocentric experience through exceptional display of talent through music and […]Continue Reading
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7th June, 2022 – Kololo Independence Grounds: Your Excellency the Vice President, Right Honourable Speaker, His Lordship the Chief Justice Rt. Hon. Deputy Speaker, Rt. Hon. Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Secretary-General of the NRM, Hon. Members of Parliament, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Ladies, and Gentlemen. In fulfillment of the Constitutional requirement under Continue Reading
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The much-anticipated 6th Edition of the Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE) 2021, closed last week amidst cautious hopes and optimism on recovery for an industry that employs nearly 700,000 Ugandans but has been in limbo since April 2020.  Organised by the Uganda Tourism Board (UTB), the Uganda government’s tourism industry marketing agency and standards […]Continue Reading
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Renowned Senegalese American artist and businessman Akon, concluded a  week-long trip in Uganda where UTB held talks with him on leveraging his networks and celebrity status to tap into the wealthy celebrity North American travellers and African diaspora market. Uganda Tourism Board, the Government of Uganda’s tourism marketing and regulatory Continue Reading
In a bid to promote Uganda’s unrivaled tourism potential to the world, Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) hosted staff of Uganda Airlines, on a 6-day tourism familiarization trip to South Western and Eastern Uganda. The expedition covered Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for an experience with the prized silverbacks; Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda’s second most-visited Continue Reading
30th.03.2021, Kampala. Uganda Tourism Board is set to conduct a grading and classification exercise for all Tourism Facilities in the Country in line with new East African Community (EAC) standards. The exercise has kicked off with a two-day refresher course for the 12 EAC-certified hotel assessors at Protea Hotel, Entebbe. The refresher course is to […]Continue Reading

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