The Minister for Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities, Hon. Tom Butime, launched a high-end tourism eco lodge called Kigambira Safari Lodge at Lake Mburo National Park.
Despite COVID-19 setback, the Minister noted that Tourism industry will bounce back stronger, and also revealed that Government will support the recovery process and boost promotional efforts to recapture and grow the market share
Kigambi Safari Lodge is located at Lake Mburo National Park. It was officially opened by the minister for Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities, Hon. Tom Butime, who notes that
Competitiveness of the tourism sector will be sustained by steady growth in the Hospitality sector.
The function which commenced with inspection of the facility was graced by many tourism key stakeholders, dignitaries, UWA, UTB and UPDF officers, among others.
The Chairperson of Hotel owners association, Susan Muhwezi, called upon the government to look at the Taxation policy on the tourism sector, which, at the moment doesn’t seem too friendly.
Meanwhile, Uganda Wildlife Authority- UWA has put in place stringent measures aimed at safeguarding wildlife.
It is believed that the tourism sector plays a pivotal role in the development of the country, reason why Ugandans are being urged to invest in the sector.
Lake Mburo National Park, also Known as “Whispers of the wild” is one of the accessible parks in the country, offering a variety of interesting wildlife and landscapes, with over five beautiful lakes.Follow Us on Social Media