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Uganda tour guide

I have traveled to Uganda twice and used the services of a local guide, Cliff Kisitu. He is an intelligent young man who speaks excellent English; he has his own four wheel drive vehicle. On our first trip there we traveled with him for two weeks, going to Queen Elizabeth Park, Murchison Falls Park, and to Bwindi to track mountain gorillas. The second trip was shorter - Queen Elizabeth and a trip to the Zaire border to track the gorillas there. I would highly recommend Cliff. He now has e-mail - clifki@hotmail.com Home phone number in Kamapal is 25641567709;mobile phone it is 25677422600; his address is Box 21777, Kampala, Uganda.
Please e-mail me directly if you have any questions.
Lynda Howland

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