By Kampala Post Reporter
Uganda Tourism Board
Uganda is set to participate in the IMEX, the largest trade show in Europe for the meetings and events industry.
The event, which brings together global event planners and buyers with significant buying power is slated for May 31 - June 2 at the Messe Frankfurt.
The Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities has partenered with local investors in the hospitality industry to launch what they dubbed as Easter holidays getaway packages aimed at encouraging more Ugandans to visit local tourist sites and support the sector.
The Chief Coordinator of Operation Wealth Creation Gen Salim Saleh has officially opened the Third Investment Symposium in Mbarara City on Tuesday.
Independent hotel management company, Aleph Hospitality, has entered the Ugandan market with the signing of a management contract to operate two boutique hotels -- Masheda Palms in Buyala and A’lure Hotel & Suites in Kampala.
Uganda exhibited at Turkey’s largest international tourism platform, pitching the country's tourism sector to hundreds of thousands of guests from different parts of the world.
On Monday, Uganda joined the rest of the world to commemorate World Tourism Day celebrated under the theme “Tourism for Inclusive Growth”.
The ministry of Tourism revealed Thursday that Uganda saw tourist bookings triple in the first quarter of 2021, increasing from 27542 at the end of august 2020 to 83464 by end of March 2021.
Richard Ndagije and Marvin Ayebare were this past week treated to an exhiralating weekend after winning the Nile Breweries domestic tourism campaign dubbed ‘MyUgandaMyNile.