Rock python excites tourism revelers

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The tourism minister, Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu, and Rev. Fr. Sander Gesseler of Gulu Catholic Diocese, were among the brave people who dared to lift the python and place it on their shoulders. Photo: New Vision

TOURISM EXPO KAMPALA

Tourism revelers who thronged Sheraton Kampala Hotel were excited when they came face to face with African Rock Python and wild animals.

The animals were transported from the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre, Entebbe.

The children found lots of fun at the expo. Photo: New Vision

While some revelers were scared of touching the dreaded python, others picked courage and carried it around their necks.

Touching the python was part of the fun, not only for the children, but adults as well. Photo: New Vision

The tourism minister, Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu, and Rev. Fr. Sander Gesseler of Gulu Catholic Diocese, were among the brave people who dared to lift the python and place it on their shoulders.

Rev. Fr. Sander Gesseler took time off his missionary work, to play with the python. Photo: New Vision

This was during the pearl of Africa tourism expo at Sheraton Kampala Hotel on Saturday.

Even in a cage, the lion still looked fierce. Photo: New Vision

The expo attracted over 200 international and domestic tourism business people.

Wild animal such as lion, monkey and others were the centre of attraction for revelers.

Tourism minister Ephraim Kamuntu also had fun with the python. Photo: New Vision

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