Monthly Archives: December 2016

Christmas On Shoe-String Budget: Make Merry on the Cheap!

The festive season does not only call for time to spend time with friends and family, but also our budgets tend to pack in extra pennies to foot the bills that come with the season. However, budget estimates for the … Read More

Customer Reviews And Their Effect On Hotel Booking

Travelers get easily influenced by many different aspects when booking a hotel for their stay at a planned destination; everything ranging from free wifi for residents, gym facilities and maybe a swimming pool to make their stay even more accommodating. … Read More

Jumia Travel Launches “Travel Wednesday”

Nairobi, 20th December, 2016 – Following the successful 2016 Black Friday campaign, Jumia Travel has launched a campaign dubbed “Travel Wednesday” running every Wednesday to Friday on the company’s official website. The campaign’s main objective is to carry on readily … Read More

Six Holiday Hacks For Introverts

The sting of being an introvert is perhaps felt most during the festive period; from corporate end of year parties, department mixers, family gatherings and endless dinner invitations. It can therefore be overwhelming for folks who prefer their own space, … Read More

The Endangered Gentle Giant

The Giraffa camelopardalis camelopardis or the Rothschild Giraffe commonly known as the Giraffe is one of those under appreciated wild attractions found in Uganda. Apart from the tree climbing lions of Ishasha, the Ugandan giraffe is unique to its home … Read More

A Year in Uganda’s Tourism Sector

Uganda is an averagely small landlocked country in the cradle of East Africa flanked by Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo and South Sudan. Although it has seen hard times in the many different aspects of its journey from one of … Read More

Online Reviews Key Driver in Customer Purchase Decision

Customers reviews are viewed as unbiased and truthful, therefore forming the initial stop-by for buyers. Traders across different spheres of the global economy confess to a love-hate relationship with online reviews, but according to Invesp, a marketing retail and analytics … Read More

Bwindi Impenetrable Park: Where You Need To Go Next

If you are Ugandan, you studied about some of the biggest forests in Uganda and at that time Bwindi was one of those that were shrouded in mystery due to its name, “the impenetrable forest.” The word was always hard … Read More