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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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I am not a massive fan of Zoos so I was quite skeptical about visiting this one but I had heard and seen quite good reports. I was really suprised at how green and lush the cages were and in what good condition the animals...More
Had a great visit to the center. The behind the scenes tour is worth the money. Dan our guide did a great job in explaining and giving us the opportunity to touch and feed the many animals. Highly recommend to family and all
I am not a big zoo fan in counties where there is so much wildlife jumping from every corner.
Getting there if you are in Kampala can be a hassle, and there are more than a few empty compounds/cages.
Why did put a golf course...More
I have heard other people crave to share space up close with the wild animals in vain. Visit UWEC in Uganda for a picnic with the best! The attendants care about your safety, providing knowledgeable insights into each species of animals. From Amphibians to reptiles,...More
Good habitat for primates , I also enjoyed seeing lions at a close range.
From a tour operator point of view this conservation area is good for people who don't enjoy travelling long distances to track game.
Thirdly it's close to the international airport and...More
We had a very nice tour with a guide. He knew a lot about the animals.
We would recommend this zoo. It takes around two hours to visit.
You can also rent a lodge with breakfast with entrance to the zoo.
Nanette from the Netherlands.
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The "regular" fee is $10 US to go onto the grounds but that only gets you to some general areas where you look at the animals in the distance in cages or through thick mesh. Instead we paid $70 USD per person to go inside... More
The "regular" fee is $10 US to go onto the grounds but that only gets you to some general areas where you look at the animals in the distance in cages or through thick mesh. Instead we paid $70 USD per person to go inside some cages or enclosures and feed or observe some animals. Sounds like a lot but it lasted over two hours and was AMAZING and well worth the extra dollars. It was a hands-on adventure I'll never forget.