Shot on location in several villages in around the Mbale and Manafwa Districts in North Eastern Uganda. To see more photo video work, visit my site: tsmoulton Tech Specs: Shot on a Canon 5DMkII Canon 17-40 f 4L Canon 70-300 f 4-5. 6 USM Edited in Adobe Premiere CC Music: Zoo Adventure Theo Arnisound. Uganda has a community of over 100, 000 Indians. In 2010, Kampala City was in desperate need of repair. Many city roads were riddled with potholes, most of the street lights were not working, and local government corruption interfered with the resources necessary to improve the city’s infrastructure and delivery of services to its citizens. With the support of the Kampala Institution Infrastructure Development Project (KIIDP), the Kampala City Council was able to tackle those challenges and lay the foundation for a resilient, sustainable and organized city.
Downtown kampala, Uganda on a Sunday. Airbnb: Get $40 off your first trip of $75 or more with AirBnB bookings worldwide by using this link. Experience the New Africa and all her beauty with Folustorms as she embarks on a tour of African countries to explore art, music and culture. On this episode, we are in Kampala, Uganda; enjoy! Subscribe to the NdaniTV youtube channel here: Visit the NdaniTV youtube channel for more videos: Connect with NdaniTV online: Visit our website Ndani. TV: Follow NdaniTV on Facebook: Follow NdaniTV on Google+: Follow NdaniTV on twitter: Follow NdaniTV on instagram: Follow NdaniTV on Tumblr. مفاتيح مع احمد بدوي زيارة اوغندا جنة الارض uganda الغابات سياحة خضرة طبيعة ناس فواكة تجارة غوريلا اسد فيل.
Hello family and friends! I thought it would be a good idea to share with you my city Kampala. Everyone has their own view of the city but this is my perception of the amazing Kampala in one day as seen from my eye. Some of the sound tracks from. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit Follow us on Twitter Like our Facebook page. On market day at Lake Bunyonyi in southwest Uganda bags with charcoal are brought in by boat for trade. Also people from villages at the lake arrive in large groups, packed in small boats. They trade their goods and take the opportunity to grab a lift with a car to Kabale, the nearest town, as market day is the day with most cars going to the city and because public transport is non-existent. But also normal daily life goes on: early in the morning singing schoolkids arrive by boat for their lessons. We visited Lake Bunyoni on our overland trip from the Netherlands to South Africa.
Please Consider Supporting my Channel by becoming a Patron if you appreciate the Content: PayPal: Subscribe: Instagram: Twitter: Facebook: Email: [email protected] A report on our travels in Uganda. We started out with a walking tour of Kampala. I highly recommend this 3 or 6 hour walk which is lead by Zulaika - In Murchison Falls National Park is located on east and west sides of the Nile river. On the east side it's a rain forest and on the west it's more of a savanna. While at the Murchison Falls we saw a variety of wild animals. Hippos, crocodiles, baboons, elephants, jumping monkeys, monitor lizards and various bugs. After the falls we returned to Kampala. After a day we took a Post Office bus to Kabale in the south west of Uganda. From Kabale we went to a crater Lake Bunyonyi that is over one mile above see level. The depth of the lake reaches 900 meters (over 2700 feet). Locals who live around the lake get around by canoes that are extremely hard to maneuver. People were very friendly and kids never missed an opportunity to practice their English. We returned to Kampala and immediately left for Entebbe. We stopped by the Botanical Gardens where the original black and white Tarzan was filmed. In the morning on the day of our flights we visited the Reptile Village. Monitor lizards, crocodiles and chameleons were within reach. Some of the things we didn't do was mountain and silver back gorilla tracking and chimpanzee tracking. Overall, Uganda made a great impression on both of us. I highly recommend visiting this amazing country. We are definitely planing to return.