Gorilla Trekking in Uganda and Rwanda

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Gorilla safaris are by far the most famous tours in Uganda and Rwanda. The population of mountain gorillas is less than 900 individuals according to the last census conducted in Bwindi impenetrable national park, Mgahinga gorilla national park, Volcanoes national park and Virunga national park. These are the only national parks with mountain gorillas in the whole world. It has been observed that the population of mountain gorillas has increased thanks to the conservation efforts of various non governmental and …

Game drives

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Game drives are a highlight of your visit to the Savannah national parks while on your Uganda safari taking on wildlife safaris. Game drives can also be incorporated in your other Uganda and Rwanda safaris like the gorilla trekking, birding safari and cultural safari itineraries. Game drives are the best ways to explore the numerous national parks in the custom-made safari vehicles i.e. Safari vans, Land cruisers and the larger coaster buses which are comfortable enough while on safari. In …

Cultural Safaris in Uganda and Rwanda

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Cultural tours enable the travelers to visit and interact with cultures of the areas they visit. We are committed to taking you on cultural safaris in addition to our other Uganda safaris and Rwanda safaris i.e. gorilla trekking, wildlife safaris, birding safaris and hiking. Visitors to a particular area or home have an opportunity to be part of the music, dance, drama and folktales. They learn about the values of the people and participate in cooking of traditional food and thereafter eating …

Bird watching in Uganda and Rwanda

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UGANDA Uganda is home to over 1050 bird species making it a preferred destination for bird watching in Africa. The number of species makes up 10% of all of the worlds bird species. It is also home to 24 of the Albertine rift endemics with the rest found in DR Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi. Birds were protected over the years because of the cultural norms attached like being totems for clans or believed to communicate messages from the gods and …