Hope

In this fight against the Covid-19 pandemic the tourism sector will struggle a bit, but I know this will come under control soon.

As the CEO of Engo Tours, this lockdown in Uganda has really changed my life. I have come to learn a lot about blogging, which I would not have had the time to do under normal circumstances.

I like that our President, His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, has been very hopeful and believes that the economy isn’t going to collapse. I strongly side with his Excellency on this issue.

I believe that once we Ugandans realize that we are better off than we think, we shall thrive. We have a lot of small and medium enterprises with very intelligent, talented entrepreneurs and inventors. Uganda as a whole has a lot of talent that will help us if we can stop looking for help from outside. This is the time to rise!

I know these are tough times but I have a very strong feeling that this period of quarantine is going to yield a lot of success for everyone. I’m very optimistic! I know something good is going to come out of this.

I’m proud that our President has taken strong action, and grateful to the health sector, the police department, and to the media service. Thank you very much for keeping us safe. I’m so proud to be Ugandan.

I’m inviting all comments on this post while I share my view about my hope for Uganda tourism to thrive even more.

Tribes in Uganda

Uganda, the Pearl of Africa, is a very interesting, must visit country. It is very rich with a lot of different, amazing flora and fauna. Uganda has over 56 tribes, each with unique cultural values, cuisines, beliefs, dances, etc. Uganda is known for its healthy foods, and hospitality in Uganda is key.