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Elephants in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Taking a three-day Border-less Travel tour to Queen Elizabeth National Park is a good and quick way to experience a larger part of Uganda. The 360-degree journey, which begins in Kampala,

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Part of Borderless Travel’s city tour package is visiting Namugongo Martyrs Shrine. The church sits on what used to be the Buganda Kingdom’s execution ground in the 19th century, where criminal offenders or anyone who defied

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Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. Its abundant wildlife includes chimpanzees as well as rare birds.

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Uganda does stunning sunsets. It is the stuff of poets to capture in word what the eyes widen to appreciate. Murchison Falls National Park does stunning sunsets with the added touch of glistening over the Nile River.

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Kampala Mosque or Gaddafi Mosque is Libya’s former President Gaddafi’s gift to Uganda, especially for its Muslim population. A looming presence in Kampala’s skyline, it is situated in Old Kampala, on Kampala Hill.

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A shout out from your closest relatives, the chimpanzees, who extend an invitation to you to drop by their neck of the woods next time you’re in town. The length of visit is entirely up to you, taking part in a two to four-hour organized tracking tour or a day-long

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There is a plethora of birds in Uganda which boasts over 1,000 species. If you’ve recently developed an interest in birds and their bird calls, you will know the great difficulty of searching the web for a bird name when all you have is its call.

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Borderless Travel staff is on its way to Mbale, to visit a recently completed school project that’s part of our village safari tours. The 250km journey from Kampala to Mbale takes you through Mabira Forest, via Jinja, the source of the Nile.

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In 2013 Kidepo National Park turned 50 years. If the animals that call Kidepo home haven’t heard the news yet they may suspect something’s up with the sudden influx of visitors and spectators to the park located in the north-eastern pocket of Uganda.

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Welcome to our revamped Borderless Travel Blog. In sharing with you the joys and adventure of tourism in Uganda, we hope to one day personally welcome you (perhaps welcome you back) to the Pearl of Africa. There is much to see, do, and talk about; if all you can do at the moment is live vicariously through stories, allow us to be one of the portals that brings the beauty

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Peter and Sunrise school children. In December 2012, a group from Australia travelled to Bwagogo village in Uganda to help build classrooms. Six months later, the students of Sunrise Nursery and Primary School in Manafwa district of Mbale,

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We run African safaris through Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda, to the amazing mountain gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and the Virunga Mountains. 

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