In 2012, Berlin-Germany was selected by Lonely Planet as the number one destination throughout the year. It’s no wonder that Uganda known as the pearl of Africa was worldwide recognized as the 3rd best exhibitor out of 180 countries in the latest completed ITB-Berlin Exhibition in Germany.
Guided by the Uganda Tourism Board, a specialized designation of about ten tour and travel operator companies from the land of beauty who graced the event were without a doubt surprised by the many visitors that occupied the stall of Uganda .These were displaying their wealth cultural values, scenery at its peaks, the magnificent wildlife as well as the significantly much loved friendly country were at the essence of the Exhibition.
Uganda has been recognized as the most wanted destination for this year, furthermore to the commemoration of the Golden Jubilee. Close to 1.5million guests are predicted to visit Uganda. This is surely a clear sign of yet another restore in the tourism industry, the second biggest department after agriculture.
Its on record that the Uganda Tourism Board has been present for exhibitions organized abroad for the past decade creating responsiveness as well as dusting the icon of the country that has often had abundance to display on the international tour and travel market.
Uganda is gifted by nature and it’s acknowledged to have over 100 bird species including the most desired shoebill, national parks, game reserves and the cheerful mountain gorillas still surviving in Mgahinga and Bwindi Impenetrable forest. The hotel industry is developing at a faster rate hence accommodating thousands of visitors. Uganda is one destination to visit In Africa. Witness the true wilderness of Uganda.