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The Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre (Entebbe Zoo) is located 15 minutes from Entebbe International Airport, 36 kilometers from Uganda's capital Kampala. The centre cares for rescued animals, often victims of bush meat trade, habitat...more
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Making an animal sanctuary at the Entebbe zone, complete with dedicated attendants and ease of movements is a great initiative being undertaken by Ministry of Tourism. My son was blown away by the sight of the animals he only saw on NatGeo. Well done UWEC.
I love zoos and I was slightly apprehensive as to how well the animals would be looked after. I needn't have worried, they looked in amazing condition. Our guide Bruno was very informative and patient with me and my many questions. The location on the...More
Entrance fees at US$15 each and worth it. We met a private guide at the entrance that showed us around the wildlife park for US$5 and it was a great way to get an insight into each of the animals and their personal journeys to...More
Let's be clear, it is not like I am a zoo expert and go to every one that I can. However, as a 47 year oldan with 3 teenage boys, I have seen my share of zoos.
The Behind the Scenes tour was absolutely incredible....More
It’s a bit more expensive, but after doing it, I know any other visit to any other zoo will probably be a bit of a let down. Close encounters with lion, cheetah, leopard, croc, buffalo. Hands on feeding with giraffe, elephant, white rhino, shoebill. Also...More
This was the last event on our 10 day trip in Uganda and what an event it was. Our group took a behind the scenes tour where we could touch a rhino, feed a giraffe and an elephant, and bow to a shoebill Stork. They...More
This is a zoo. Very bad management! Animals are kept very bad. VIP tour, behind the scenes a drama. A chimpanzee lady 50 years old and isolated for 13 years, the animal just vegitates. A young elephant bull lonely, allegedly an orphan, but not brought...More
The zookeepers were Nice. But the animals living spaces were way to small, especially one of the cat-animals was walking around in its super small «cage» and making noises and seemed very stressed and alone. I just couldn’t stop thinking about how much better their...More
My sister and I visited the Wildlife Education Center in Entebbe Uganda in July 2019. The park is large, beautiful, and the rescued animals are well cared for. The first day we did the Behind the Scenes tour with a zookeeper who spent several hours...More