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You Will be Stunned by Northern Uganda’s Aruu Falls

Friends, Aruu Falls is one place you must visit. These falls are located in Pader district Northern Uganda. Patrick Oruka and his friends decided to take off a weekend to visit these amazing falls. Patrick065073074-1066You want more? you will need to take a trip to Pader for this breathtaking experience.

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  1. acarolynn

    April 1, 2015 at 6:01 am

    beautiful. What’s the road like to this place. More info please!

  2. charliebeau Diary of a Muzungu

    April 1, 2015 at 7:11 am

    Great photos – but how do you get there?

    • thisis256

      thisis256

      April 1, 2015 at 12:23 pm

      Thank you Miss Charlie, let us avail you the details in a short while ma’am 🙂

  3. abdoulayebah

    April 1, 2015 at 7:27 am

    Returned last night to Rome from more than one month holiday in Uganda. It will take me time to adjust myself to roman life because I will miss the beauty of your country and what it has achieved since my first visit in 1979. Since then I have been there in other occasions, but it was never so long and I couldn’t go out of Kampala. I didn’t know how different it was from the other African countries!

    Vive l’Ouganda

    • thisis256

      thisis256

      April 1, 2015 at 12:23 pm

      We are deeply honoured and excited to receive such great news about Uganda. We must say, Uganda is indeed a great place and thank you for being around. Say hello to everyone in Rome and kindly don’t forget to tell them about us 🙂

  4. abdoulayebah

    April 1, 2015 at 8:19 pm

    Thisis256, thank you for the nice words. On Facebook, a friend from Canada, CNevin Thompson, asked me to explain my statement about your country. Here is the answer I gave him:

    I know no other country as rich in water despite the serious drought since September, which hit hardly agriculture and rising cost of living. Looking at the map of this country, it seems that there is as much water as land! The mountains and hills separated by lakes, particularly the most known Lake Victoria, but also other rivers, give the country an enchanting landscape. Nature is alive, so that in the capital we see all kinds of birds and some other wildlife. Kampala is the greenest city I know.

    As testimony of economic growth with real development, Uganda is one of the few African countries to reach more than one of the objectives of the Millenium Development goals. When entering in a supermarket, there are several locally manufactured products.

    Of course, as in many other countries in Africa, there are human rights violations, we must continue to denounce.

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