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Best Time to visit gorillas in Uganda & Rwanda

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  • On March 14, 2017
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It’s a lifetime experience trekking to see mountain gorillas but knowing the best time to trek these endangered species is very essential. In Uganda, mountain gorilla trekking is done in the tropical rain forests of Bwindi impenetrable forest national park and Mgahinga gorilla national park both situated in southwestern Uganda. On the other hand, Rwanda’s […]
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Rwanda to Focus on other Attraction to add-on Gorillas

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  • On February 2, 2017
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Though gorilla tourism has been a focus for tourism in Rwanda for the past decades fetching in thousands of travelers, a need for diversification has been appreciated. Currently, there are only six choices from which travelers can decide on what to take part in while in Rwanda. These include mountain gorillas being most favored in […]
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Infrastructural Improvement to triple Uganda’s tourists Arrival

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  • On January 4, 2017
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Accessibility is very essential in a successful complete tourism system; this is because, travelers have to link up to diverse tourism sites and attractions driving along good road network. Leaving out the past times of civil wars and the emerged tourism sector, Uganda has currently picked up in tourism receiving flocks of travelers to various […]
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Wildlife Safaris in Queen Elizabeth National Park

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  • On December 6, 2016
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Situated in kasese district southwestern Uganda, Queen Elizabeth national park is the second largest national park in Uganda covering a total land area of 1978 square kilometers. River ishasha and lake Edward border queen Elizabeth national park in the west, Rwenzori and kasese foothills in the north, Kigezi wildlife reserve in the south, where as […]
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Rushaga Gorilla Family receives new born Gorilla

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  • On November 17, 2016
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Situated in Buhoma sector north of Bwindi impenetrable forest national park, Rushegura family was formerly part of the Habinyanja gorilla group. The family presently has approximately 19 members under the leadership of Kabukojo the dominant silver back and the other members are kyinvi, kibande, Buzinza, Nyamunwa, karungi as adult females, kalemezi the sub adult male, […]
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