As travel writer Brian Jackman once said, “everything in Africa bites, but the safari bug is worst of all”. You! Just like me will admit that each safari inspires the next one, for no two adventures in the African bush are the same.
Going by the above, it’s true the safari bug has now caught up with many Ugandans including Ruparelia Group Chairman, Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia who prior to the COVID-19 lockdown, took on a gorilla tour to Bwindi Forest, and more recently, a family tour to Kidepo Valley National park, in north eastern Uganda.
The property mogul, who also doubles as the Nepalese Honorary Consul to Uganda, is now on another tour to Queen Elizabeth National park (QENP) in western Uganda. This particular tour is nostalgic as it carries with it memories from the past. Within Queen Elizabeth National park is Kabatoro, an area where the Ruparelia Group chairman was born.
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