The Uganda wildlife authority has jus made access to the information regard all the national parks in Uganda easier to may people in Uganda and around the whole world especially those who may be very much interested in touring around the Pearl of Africa more so during Uganda’s 50th anniversary of Independence from Britain. This so because UWA and its other partners officially opened up anew website which is of the latest versions of the art in website designing.
This website designing was sponsored by USAIDs STAR project which it was intended to help in the marketing of Uganda’s tourists’ attraction around the whole world in the near future and this is excepted to be a success because they will also make use of the this social media via their links like the face book, Twitter, YouTube and even Trip Advisor so that all the people on the different media networks can see the what Uganda has got to offer. Check out www.facebook.com/Uganda Wildlife Authority or follow them on Twitter via @ugwildlife.
Coming up with this new website is as a result of the fact that Uganda was also identified as the must visit place of 2012 by the Lonely planet thus the reason to improve on the marketing strategies if we are to attract more tourists from different countries sine the airline connection is also much easier than before.
On this new website, there are particular sections for a special visitors guide, for the media, the travel trade, researchers as well as potential investors who may want to establish tented safari camps, lodges or even come up with any other , all these can get all the information that they may need to know. According to some reporter who attended the function yesterday, said that the new site will also help UWA open another chapter in the business after two tough years of all the enquiries and accusation and suspicions from different corners in the industry but it very good that partners like USAID still trust them and can still help UWA in any way possible to see that they develop. This is a very huge achievement and now that all parks can be clearly seen on the internet, UWA can expect big rewards in the future.
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