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Presentación trabajo turístico sobre Uganda: su realidad y sus posibilidades.

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  • UGANDA
    THE
    PEARL
    OF
    AFRICA
  • GEOGRAPHY
    East Africa
    Area: 236.040,00Km 2
    Population:28,00 millionhab.
    Limits:: N, Sudan; S, Ruanda and
    Tanzania; E, Kenya, and W, D R
    of Congo.
    PoliticalSystem: Democratic Rep.
    Capital: Kampala, 1.208.544 mll.
    Habitans.
    Cities: Jinja (65.00h.), Mbale
    (54.000 h.),Masaka(50.000 h.) y
    Entebbe (43.000).
    Urban population:12,3%
    Life expectation:43 years
    PIB:1250$; IDH: 0.508 Low.
    Illiteracy:31%
    ChildrenDeath Rate:79 /1000
  • GEOGRAPHY
  • WEATHER
    TROPICAL: RainfallfromMarchtoMayan in SeptembertoNovember. Therest of periods are dry.
    Temperature: 21ºC-25C, but in mountainareas are lower.
    Drywindsblowing in from Somalia.
  • Government
    PoliticalSystem: Democracy
    DemocraticRepublic of Uganda
    President: Mueseveni
    Prime Minister: Nsibambi
    Capital:Kampala
    AdministrativeDivision: 78 Districts.
    Language: Inglés, Suajil, lugandaN.
    Moneda: Chelin
    Religion: Islam, Chrsitiany
    (Evangelist).
    Safety: Problems in Congo Border and Sudan. “Civil War” in North-East (LordsResistanceArmy).
    17 Tribes: Bantu, Nilotic, etc.
  • Uganda in Africa
    Africa:
    30.221.532Km2
    972.752.337hab.
    33hab./km2
    Africa sahariana
    Africa subsahariana
    O Black Africa
    50% of population
    $1 a day. In Black
    Africa 60% poors.
    Africa sahariana:
    Adults>youngs
    Africa subsahariana:
    Youngs>adults.
    Religion: Islam, Chrsitianity
  • Uganda in Africa
    AfricanTourism:
    2008: 45,7 million
    2009: 48,1 million
    Increase a 5,1%
    OMT, TheAfrica
    House and Fitur
    organizedInvestour:
    Topromote
    Ecotourism in Africaforitsdevelopment.
  • Uganda Area
    EAC (East African
    Community): Uganda,
    Tanzania, Kenya,Ruanda
    And Burundi.
    Tourists in EAC: 3.310.065.
    Problems: Visa, badservices,
    Highbusinesscosts,
    Badinfrastructures.
  • ComparativeTouristicNumbers2007(EACstatistics)
    Kenya: 1.817.000 f.visitors/$972 Million
    Tanzania:719.000 f.visitors/$1.037 Million
    Ruanda:38.000 f.visitors/…
    Burundi:192.000 f.visitors/…
    Uganda:642.000 f.visitors/$449 Million.
  • Grafic
  • Uganda: General Infrastructures
    International Airport: Entebbe. (British Airways, Air Tanzania, Kenya Airways, Egyptair, Emirates, Gulf Air, etc.
    DomesticflightsfromEntebbetothemaintowns..
    No Train.
    Roads: 28.350Kms., in regular conditions (4x4, taxi, matatus, rent car).
    Victoria Lake: Regular line of boatsfrom Kampala toMwanza.
  • Uganda: General Infrastructures
    Great PotentialforHydrological and otherrenewableresources. The Rural ElectrificationAgency (REA).Electricity 240 volt.
    Water: Lessthan 60% of populationhaveaccestowaterservices.
    Telephone and handphone in allcoutry
    Post office.
    Education:
    - 24Universities/92.311 students
    - PrimarySchool/7 million in 2006
  • Uganda: TouristicInfrastructures
    Hotels, lodges,campsites and comunityccomodation: Rates in 2001
    Hotels: 4 of 4*, 5 of 3* and 21 of 2*: 3287 beds.
    More than 50% in Kampala.
    Accomodation in Game Park: 581 Beds
    Murchison Falls: 74 camp. And 139 Lodg
    KatongaWildlife NP: 88 Camp. And 150 H.
    Mt.Elgon NP:40 Camp.
    Bwindi Impenetrable Forest: 22 Com. And 32Cam.
    Kidepo NP: 36.
    Appartments in Kampala.
    Golf Clubs and sport clubs in Victoria Lake
  • GEOGRAPHY
  • Climbing and Tracking
  • Safari and Wildlife
  • GORILLA
  • Etnografic
  • Advanture and Sports
  • Nature
  • KAMPALA
  • Victoria Lake
  • PROBLEMS FOR TOURISTIC DEVELOPMENT
    1.-Inadequate and deficientinfrastructures.
    2.-Deficient Services.
    3.- Roads in basconditions.
    4.- Sanitation: No infrastructuresfordirtywater. Dificultiesformedicalasistance.
    5.- Vaccines: Malaria, yelowfever and Typhoids.
    6.-The sameproduct of therestcountries of thearea.
    7.- Safety: War
    8.- Legislation: Homosexuals
  • PROBLEMS
  • STRATEGY AND OPORTUNITIES
    1.-To improveinfrastructures.
    2.- More hotels, resorts, camsites, etc.
    3.-To promotedomestictourism.
    4.- Economystability. TouristicEmployerswanttoimprove.
    EAC: Marketing and PromotiontheArea as a single touristdestination, Commonlegislationwildlifeconservation, commonclasificationhotels, restaurants and othertouristsfacilities. No Visa.
    5.Foreigner privatetouristicenterprises. “INVESTOUR” (OMT, CASA AFRICA y FITUR) taxfacilitiesEAC, East tuación y accesibilidad de la comarca a entornos urbanos próximos.
    6.-Joint venture.
    7.-To distinguishtheothers: AddedValue (Theexplorersproduct, Mountains of de Moon, Tarzan-Bwindi).
  • STAR PRODUCT
    ECO-TOURISM:kaniyoPabidi in Budongo Forestal Reserve. Uganda Government USAID, Walt DisnayCompany, Jane GoodallInstitue and Ldt`sGoTravel.
    Actually: Uganda ForestDepartment 5 proyects: local populatio and forestconservation: BudongoForestReserv, Masindi (Albert Lake), MabiraForest, MpangaForest (Kampala), KasyohaKitomiFores (Rift Valley) y KalinzuReserv in South west.
  • Eco-Toruism
  • PosibilityaboutotherProducts
    ExplorersRoute: Speke-Nile; Samuel Baker-Albert Lake; Stanley Rwenzori (Mountains of de moon.
    Slave Route: From Uganda toZanzibar.
    TheancientKingdoms of Uganda: Buganda and Bunyoro
  • New Products
  • Bibliography
    www.visituganda.com
    www.eleconomista.com
    Wwwugandatourism.org
    www.destina.com
    www.newsvision.co.ug
    www.fitur.com
    www.ikuska.com
    www.afrol.com
    Website EAC
    Wikipedia
    Debolsillo “El sueño de Africa” Javier Reverte.