#UGTourism: Ten Malaysian Tour and Travel agents flagged off for familiarization trip to Uganda, 700kg crocodile and python rescued.
Uganda High Commission of the Republic of Uganda Dorothy Samali Hyuha flagged off Representatives of ten Malaysian Tour and Travel Agents on a familiarization trip to Uganda.
The Tour and Travel Agents will explore tourism products and services in Uganda.
The Agents will be able to visit Uganda Wild Life Education Centre, Ngamba Islands, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for Gorilla Trecking and conclude with Business to Business meetings with counterparts in Kampala.
The Familiarization trip has been sponsored by Uganda Tourism Board in collaboration with Ethiopian Airlines and Uganda High Commission Kuala Lumpur.
The familiarization trip is aimed at promoting Uganda tourism products and services to the South-East Asian Countries.
Meanwhile, Murchison Falls National Park problem animal management team captured a Nile crocodile from Ninga village Nakasongola. The crocodile is approximately 3.8 metres long and weighs about 700kg. It will be relocated to a new home in Karuma.
And in Toro Semuliki Wildlife Reserve, a huge python was captured from Kanyasi barracks and will be relocated deep in the reserve for safety.