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Bwindi Gorilla Eating

Fascinating Facts About Bwindi Gorillas

Fascinating Facts About Bwindi Gorillas

Bwindi Gorilla Eating

More 1000 mountain gorillas are surviving in the whole world, the population is found in Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Half of the population is in Bwindi Forest National Park in Uganda while the other population in the Volcanoes National Park, Mgahinga National Park and Virunga National Park. Bwindi is the most

Tracking the Gorillas on a Honeymoon Holiday

Tracking the Gorillas on a Honeymoon Holiday

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Gorilla Trekking is one of the memorable adventures in Uganda, Rwanda and D.R.Congo. Majority of honeymooners worldwide travel normally to tourism destinations with less active vacations mainly to the beaches like Mombasa, Seychelles for holiday but the fact that beaches are usually crowded makes them uncomfortable during the honeymoon moments. It is therefore possible to

Gorilla Habituation: More Than One Hour with Mountain Gorillas

Gorilla Habituation: More Than One Hour with Mountain Gorillas

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Uganda is among East African countries, being a unique country, many tourists find their way and visit this country. Among the activities and attractions that make tourists flood this country is Mountain Gorilla Tracking. They are located in south western Uganda in two National parks, Bwindi and Mgahinga National Parks. Going on a gorilla safari

Gorilla Tourism Benefits Local Communities

Gorilla Tourism Benefits Local Communities

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After your visit, you can help to spread the word about gorilla tourism. Primate-based ecotourism has played an important role in creating awareness and generating funds for conservation and development within Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Over the past 20 years, gorilla tourism has been the most successful tool for protecting gorillas

Busingye Asserts More Grip on Young Gorilla Family

Busingye Asserts More Grip on Young Gorilla Family

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The southern sector has undergone a lot of transformation since gorilla tourism effectively took root. Originally, the sector had got only Nshongi gorilla group which had the world’s largest mountain gorilla numbers in the family at its habituation. The group has since broken into three more families including Mishaya and Bweza. The habituation of Kahungye

What If I Fail To Track Mountain Gorillas in Uganda

What If I Fail To Track Mountain Gorillas in Uganda

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Gorilla trekking is a sensational experience that every traveler dreams to have on their safari in Uganda, because it is a once in a lifetime opportunity that can happen in only four national parks in the world; these are Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, Bwindi Impenetrable and Mgahinga National Parks in Uganda as well as

8 Nature Walks Across Bwindi Forest

8 Nature Walks Across Bwindi Forest

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You can spice your gorilla safari in Uganda with a nature walk across Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, South Western Uganda. Though Bwindi is more renowned for gorilla watching, taking a nature walk offers something more interesting on a gorilla experience in this famed park. You have a lot of choices to choose from for a nature

Bwindi Nature Walk

Go for a Gorilla Walking Safari in Uganda

Go for a Gorilla Walking Safari in Uganda

Bwindi Nature Walk

Gorilla walking safaris is typically a safari that will require walking up the dense forest of Bwindi impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park to see gorillas in there national habitat for. It like walking to visit them in their house or home. A gorilla is a primate or ape. It is the kind of

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Can the Visually Impaired Go Gorilla Trekking?

Can the Visually Impaired Go Gorilla Trekking?

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It has almost become close to impossible to talk about Uganda safaris without gorilla trekking and game drives. Whenever you inquire with a travel agent; depending on your budget; they will either recommend you a game drive in one of Uganda’s national parks or a memorial encounter with the mountain gorillas in their natural habitat.