Ugandan information directory - June July 2017 Edition

Latest Magazine edition June – July 2017

The Eye magazine is a useful up-to-date Ugandan Information Directory that is published every second month.

Our informative Ugandan Magazine & Directory is aimed at long and short term expatriates, residents and tourists of Uganda. It provides readers with information about Uganda on where to stay, where to eat and what to do in and around Kampala, Jinja, Entebbe, Fort Portal and other up-country areas of Uganda. Maps of Kampala, Jinja and Entebbe can be found in each issue of The Eye Magazine along with the various airline flight schedulesREAD MORE about our  magazine or search our online Ugandan Information Directory…

Dreams and dedication are a powerful combination – William Longgood


Dear Reader,

You’ve got to love Uganda and I will tell you why… The weather is warm all year round, we can go Gorilla and Chimpanzee tracking, we have most of the world’s mountain gorillas, our birdlife rates as the best in the world with over 1,200 bird species. We have the Rwenzori mountains to climb, the Nile River to whitewater raft, jet boat and fish in. We have 8 National Parks that are teeming with game and wildlife and Ugandans are the most welcoming people this side of the equator.

If you are visiting “The Pearl of Africa” for the first time then we hope that you will thoroughly enjoy your visit – if you are living and working in the country then there’s no excuse for you to not venture out and experience all that the country has to offer.

Please remember to keep in touch – if you are listed in the magazine and your details are not correct, please let us know and we will make the necessary changes. If you are not listed in the magazine/website and would like to be listed, then please send an email to us at Glencross Editor of the eye magazine

All the best!



Sharren Glencross (Shaz)
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COVER PHOTO: “In the shallows of Lake Albert, Semliki”

PHOTO BY: Wildplaces Africa

OUR CONTRIBUTORS: Wildplaces Africa, Peter Baldwin, Grainne Burley, Jery Burley, Sue Farmer (ISU), Ross Field, Rob Gipman, International Hospital Kampala, Georgie More, Brenda A. Naluyima (IHK), Andrew Nightingale, Belinda Small