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Uganda wildlife authority identify about 5 prides of Lions that have a behavior of climbing fig trees in Ishasha wilderness, Queen Elizabeth National Park. This park receives the highest number of visitors in Uganda because of its combination of activities such as game drive safari, boat cruise on Kazinga channel and chimp trekking. Among the […]

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Primate trekking tours in Uganda Safaris in Uganda are mainly driven by wildlife and nature-based attractions even though culture is rich and diverse. Primate trekking tours in Uganda focuses on observing great apes such as mountain gorillas and chimpanzees along with other monkeys found in Uganda national parks and Rwanda. Therefore, you can take a […]

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Guide to planning a safari in Uganda 2020 We share our specially prepared itineraries and look at the most popular Uganda wildlife national parks for safaris to help you plan your adventure to Uganda. When visiting Uganda, the pearl of Africa many will emphasize that your itinerary wouldn’t be complete without a trip to see […]

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There are now more than 1000 mountain gorillas living in mountainous tropical rainforest national parks in Uganda, Rwanda and DR Congo. Gorilla tourism and conservation have helped gorillas recover from extinction. And today mountain gorillas are well protected and those which have been habituated and can be visited by tourists in 4 national parks which […]

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One of the rarest animals on earth with approximately 1004, mountain gorillas are only found in three countries on planet earth. These are Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo. There are 4 gorilla national parks which are Bwindi impenetrable forest national park and the virunga conservation area which include volcanoes national park in Rwanda, […]

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  RWANDA ATTRACTIONS Rwanda is located in an east Africa south of the equator. Although small, Rwanda is known as a land of a thousand hills because its landscapes spans Virunga Mountains in the north, Albertine rift valley lakes in the north west, savannah and wetlands on the eastern border with Tanzania. The country has […]

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5 Destinations wildlife lovers should visit in Uganda Uganda is located in East Africa astride the equator thus the country is geographically set between East African savannahs and west central African jungles. The country has diverse habitats such as tropical forests, savannah, lakes and rivers, wetlands, mountains, volcanoes which provide home to abundant wildlife including […]

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Here are simple steps to prepare for your trip to Uganda   Make your travel reservations/ bookings ahead of time Booking your activities and accommodation can easily be done online with a tour operator. If you want to visit Uganda for gorilla tracking or any other activity, try to book your trip in advance. Let’s […]

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