To accompany feature Uganda Tourism.
George Kaganda, a Ugandan barman, is seen at a lodge overlooking one of the Bunyaruguru crater lakes in the west of the country July 21,2005. With attractions such as gorilla tracking and white-water rafting, tourism is now beating fish and coffee as the country's top foreign exchange earner, and the government is increasingly beginning to rely on it too. It wants to develop alternatives to big game safaris and gorilla tracking holidays to boost growing numbers of visitors. But violence in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo and at home pose significant challenges to building the sector in the country once dubbed the Pearl of Africa. Picutre taken July 21, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE UGANDA TOURISM REUTERS /Daniel Wallis