Buhweju Wonder Spring Rock Attracts Tourists

A Spring Rock In Buhweju Western Uganda That Is Shaped In A Posture Of Nude Bending Woman While Urinating

Uganda Today: Uganda, known as the “Pearl of Africa,” is renowned for its diverse landscapes, rich wildlife, and warm hospitality. Here are some of its top tourism attractions:

  1. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park: This UNESCO World Heritage Site is famous for being home to almost half of the world’s population of endangered mountain gorillas. Visitors can embark on thrilling gorilla trekking expeditions to observe these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat.
  2. Murchison Falls National Park: Located in the northwestern part of Uganda, this park is characterized by the powerful Murchison Falls, where the Nile River squeezes through a narrow 7-meter gap, creating a breathtaking waterfall. The park also boasts diverse wildlife, including elephants, giraffes, and various bird species.
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    The beautiful Bahai Temple on Kikaaya hill, Kampala known as the Mother Temple of Africa
    It is one of the many houses of worship for people of different religious persuasions in Uganda and signifies the religious heteregeneity and tolerance of the country
    The temple was built in the late 50s and early 60s and sits on 52 acres of land
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  3. Queen Elizabeth National Park: Known for its diverse ecosystems, including savanna, humid forests, and fertile wetlands, Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to an array of wildlife, such as hippos, elephants, and tree-climbing lions. Visitors can also enjoy boat safaris on the Kazinga Channel to spot an abundance of birdlife and other animals.
  4. Rwenzori Mountains National Park: This park showcases the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains, also known as the “Mountains of the Moon.” It offers adventurous trekking opportunities for hikers and climbers looking to explore the stunning landscapes, glaciers, and unique vegetation of this mountain range.
  5. Lake Victoria: As the largest lake in Africa and the second largest freshwater lake in the world, Lake Victoria offers picturesque scenery and opportunities for various water activities. Visitors can enjoy fishing, boat rides, and relaxing beach experiences along its shores.
  6. Ssese Islands: Located in Lake Victoria, the Ssese Islands are an archipelago consisting of 84 islands, each offering a tranquil escape from the bustling mainland. These islands provide opportunities for relaxation, water sports, and nature walks, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the serene beauty of their surroundings.
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    The beautiful Secretary Bird found in Murchison National Park
    The fast Ostrich found in Kidepo Valley National Park
    The Crane also known as the Crested Crane, a National Bird in Uganda mainly found in swampy areas
    Uganda is famous for bird watching and a habitat of 1090 bird species
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  7. Jinja: Positioned on the shores of Lake Victoria, Jinja is renowned as the adventure capital of East Africa. It is famous for being the source of the Nile River and offers activities such as white-water rafting, kayaking, bungee jumping, and boat cruises, making it a hub for adrenaline enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

These attractions, among others, make Uganda a captivating destination for those seeking an authentic African experience filled with natural wonders and diverse wildlife.

Buhweju Wonder Spring Rock Attracts Tourists

Meanwhile a rock above, in Buhweju besides the other numerous tourist attractions mentioned above, has become a hot cake. Area member of Parliament Hon Mwijukye is calling on the ministry of tourism to compensate the land owner and  gazette it for a better tourism attraction site. The owner is threatening to remove the rock because he is scared of people who come everyday to his land. Uganda Today’s efforts to reach the area member of Parliament for a comment about this phenomenon in his area were fruitless because his known telephone number was constantly off.

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Chris Kato

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