Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre, Entebbe

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#1 of 19 in Parks in Central Region
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See animals rescued from poachers and learn more about wildlife at Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre, a sanctuary with three distinct ecosystems for the rehabilitation of different animals. Opened in 1952 by the colonial authorities, the sanctuary supports baby elephants, cheetahs, chimps, and vervet monkeys, as well as avian species such as African fish eagles and giant kingfishers. You have the option to take part in the center's daily activities, or use the onsite accommodations for business conferences. Tour the center's herbarium with over 250 plant species commonly found in Ugandan homes, and learn about their medicinal properties. See Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre and all Entebbe has to offer by arranging your trip with our Entebbe journey planning tool.
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  • Close to animal in distance,why not request for permission like feeding them ,ask from the authorities they wil as well guide you and also this was purposefully for school and individuals 
    Close to animal in distance,why not request for permission like feeding them ,ask from the authorities they wil as well guide you and also this was purposefully for school and individuals  more »
  • Wellen Musiiwe, a guide for Marasa Africa, took us round and about Murchinson Falls National Park like a pro born on the land. He willingly and with relish imparted his knowledge on the people... 
    Wellen Musiiwe, a guide for Marasa Africa, took us round and about Murchinson Falls National Park like a pro born on the land. He willingly and with relish imparted his knowledge on the people...  more »
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  • It is nice place to visit if you don't have time to go the National parks. The administration is great from Corona temperature take, the security, the fee payment was so easy calm staff with smile and straight forward people.
  • Organized. Good and knowledgeable guides. However I didn't like the assumption by the lady at the gate that I spoke Luganda and beginning to go on and on yet I hardly understood her. Better to stick to the official language. The hotel in the interior can be expanded as it gets full quite fast.

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