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    Hi Michele. Uganda IS an African country. It's actually known as 'The Pearl of Africa' and has a section of Lake Victoria (which is listed as one of the African Great Lakes) in its southern section. about 9 years ago

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    I know, I have been there, but it's not on the list here about 9 years ago

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    Did you know Lonely Planet has voted Uganda the No. 1 destination to visit in 2012? So I'm sure Uganda will feature on here soon!

    I fell in love with Uganda as soon as I touched down here three years ago. It's a fabulous, friendly, welcoming country that's easy and safe to travel around, boasting incredible biodiversity, breathtaking scenery, stacks of adrenaline activities and a real love of life. The weather is great (especially for us Brits who are used to the cold and the drizzle!)

    Winston Churchill called Uganda the 'Pearl of Africa'.

    If you're interested in reading more, please visit 'Diary of a muzungu' http://www.muzungubloguganda.com that traces 3+ years in the life of a conservation volunteer and would-be travel writer in Uganda & beyond: random thoughts, (mis)observations & travel. We go off the beaten track, from safari adventures to walking my rescue dogs through the slums - in Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa and Ethiopia - so far!

    "Experience Africa with a Lonely Planet blogger and connoisseur of local gin: adventure, stray animals and cultural (mis)observations."

    My blog that has been featuring on lonelyplanet.com since 2009. over 8 years ago

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    Of course it's an African country. Look at a map. over 8 years ago

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