Travel to areas of northeast Uganda, is not recommended – seek specific advice if you are trying to travel to Kidepo Valley National Park.

Uganda is Africa condensed, with the best the continent has to offer packed into a small but stunning destination. Uganda is home to the highest mountain range in Africa, the Mountains of the Moon in the Ruwenzori National Park. It is the source of the River Nile and around Jinja offers the best rafting in the world. It has the highest concentration of primates on earth, including the majestic mountain gorilla, one of the rarest animals on the planet. Head of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for a chance to approach these great apes.

Above all, the scenery is so stunning that looks like an oil painting, beautiful national parks to see far fewer visitors than in neighboring Kenya and Tanzania, and the capital, Kampala, is safer and friendlier than most in Africa. In 1907, a pioneer in tourism Winston Churchill called the “Pearl of Africa”. He was right.

The mention of Uganda for most people today and the first thing they will think of is the brutality of Idi Amin. His naivete is the loss which, fortunately for Uganda, the great man died in exile in 2003. The reality is very different. Stability has returned to most parts of the country and tourists are welcomed with open arms (in some areas, particularly in the north, remain unsafe for travelers: see more in the Health and Safety section). Despite the trials and tribulations of the past, Ugandans have weathered the storm quite well. People offering comforting hospitality across the country, accompanied by his ever present smile ‘Hello mzungus’. They are truly some of the best popular on the continent.
Take the plunge now, before the world wakes up to this magical microcosm of Africa.

Relax in Spas & Hot Springs

spaSometimes we need to unplug everything and go on a vacation to relax properly. We need to forget about family, friends, work, bills, problems, etc. in short, everything in life that makes us get in a bad mood and what we carry problem after problem.

One such way to disconnect is the vacation but they can be torture in terms of preparation, packing, travel, etc. so far ruled out.

But what about a more simple and can be in your city? These are spas and hot springs where we can go (a day or more) to rest and do a “cure” of water to relieve stress.

In these places also have plans tailored to every family so you can even take the kids and looks after them while you only have to take care of one thing: relax.

The price of spas and hot springs is not too cheap, admittedly, but usually leave something cheaper than a trip because, well, have a relaxing trip with results.

Without ever gone to a spa sure your experience will be even more enjoyable and when you leave and have wanted to re-enter again.


“It’s going to heaven if you want – I’d rather stay here in Bermuda.” Then came out of Mark Twain in the 19th century, and the promise of sun and sand Bermuda still attracts tourists to its shores. These days celebrities like Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, call Bermuda home, and millionaire executives pop for a little R & R. The island makes for a nice vacation getaway. If you are looking for peace and tranquility, Bermuda has pampering resorts to soothe your soul. Romantic hotels atmospheric find canopy beds and candlelight dinners. Or maybe you want to really let loose. Jump on a bike and let the wind whip through your hair. Go out in town and dance the night away in the seaside capital, the city of Hamilton.

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The island is surrounded by a coral reef fish that holds great colors and has trapped tens of shipwrecks, so diving and snorkeling memorable places like Elbow Beach in Paget Parish. On the other hand, the crystalline waters of Southampton Parish provided perfect conditions for kayaking and sailing. The offerings to the land are splendid too. You can play a game in a field of world class golf, walking paths of peace and bask in glorious pink sand beaches. Or stroll through the twisted streets of the colonial settlement of San Jorge, the oldest town in Britain to survive in the New World, which is so well preserved that it has become a World Heritage site.

Bermuda has a mild climate that is comfortable all year round and the friendly people who easily strike up conversations with strangers. And there are plenty of distinctive local color as well, a landscape of tidy pastel houses attractive to employers dressed in shorts.


Almost everything in Bermuda revolves around the city of Hamilton. Whether you’re talking politics, trade and geography, Hamilton is the center of everything. This is where people go to attend to business, do some serious shopping or spend a night on the town.


Simply superlative – this is Bolivia. The nation’s highest, most isolated and most rugged of the hemisphere. It is among the coldest of the earth warmer, the most windy and erotic. Is among the driest, saltiest swampiest and natural landscapes in the world. Although the poorest country in South America (Bolivia and a little child gets tired of hearing this), is also one of the richest in terms of natural resources. It is also the most indigenous country in South America, with over 60% of the population claims indigenous heritage, including Aymara, Quechua, Guarani and over 30 different ethnic groups. Bolivia has it all … except, that is, to the beaches.

This landlocked country has the highest peaks of the Cordillera Real around Sorata and the salt flats of Uyuni hallucinogenic, the rainforests of the Amazon basin and wildlife rich pastures of the Southeast. Incomparable beauty is reflected in its vibrant indigenous cultures, colonial cities such as Sucre and Potosi, and the murmurs of ancient civilizations. This is exactly what attracts visitors, and with good reason. Bolivia is now well and truly on the radar of travelers, opportunities for cultural activities and adventure and exploring off-the-beat-trail have skyrocketed. But while most travelers stick to the beaten track of the Altiplano, there are many things found elsewhere, including the tropical regions of eastern and southern lowlands.

Social and political fronts in Bolivia have been in flux since the appointment of the country’s first indigenous president. Optimism is generally high, especially among the indigenous majority, although many changes are afoot. The protests, marches and demonstrations are a permanent part of the amazing landscape of the country. This is a truly extraordinary. Put on your glasses high altitude, take a deep breath (or three) and live superlatively.


La Paz is dizzying in all aspects, not only for its well-publicized altitude (3660m), but for its peculiar beauty. Most travelers come into this extraordinary city scattered across the plains of the great city of El Alto, an approach that hides the sensational surprises over the valley. The first vision of Peace literally breathless. The buildings of the city, clinging to the sides of the canyon and spill spectacularly downwards. On a clear day, the imposing showy, snowy Mt Illimani (6402m) to the bottom flat.