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Golden Monkey Tracking

Gorilla Trekking vs Golden Monkey Tracking

Gorilla Trekking vs Golden Monkey Tracking

Golden Monkey Tracking

Gorilla trekking and golden monkey tracking are the two key tourist activities that are conducted in Mgahinga National Park and Volcanoes National park. There are currently 880 mountain gorillas surviving within Bwindi Forests of Uganda and the Virunga region (comprising of Mgahinga National Park of Uganda, Virunga National Park in DRC and Volcanoes National Park

Nyungwe Chimpanzee

Experience Primates Tours in Rwanda

Experience Primates Tours in Rwanda

Nyungwe Chimpanzee

Primates Safaris are growing in popularity to tourists looking for safaris in Africa. There are several East African and Central African countries that host several primates in Africa. Thousands of visitors come to Rwanda to view the great mountain gorillas. These are found in the Volcanoes National Park located in the northern part of the

Self Drive in Rwanda Across Uganda, a Unique Experience Like No Other

Self Drive in Rwanda Across Uganda, a Unique Experience Like No Other

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Self-driving across Rwanda and Uganda is an unforgettable experience that is truly like no other. This region is full of vibrant culture, stunning natural scenery, and fascinating wildlife, making it the perfect destination for any adventurous traveler. Whether you’re an experienced explorer or just looking for a new adventure, self-driving through Rwanda and Uganda is

Experience the Great Congo Nile Trail in Rwanda

Experience the Great Congo Nile Trail in Rwanda

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This Congo Nile trail is along the famous Lake Kivu that extends from Rubavu and then goes through the Rustiro via the Karongi, the Nyamasheke districts and the end of Rusizi district. The trail is 227km and is filled with land scape that includes the clear water as well as the rolling hills. This trek

Visiting the Umubano Gorilla Family

Visiting the Umubano Gorilla Family

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Just recently, I travelled to the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda to track mountain gorillas located there. On my tour I came across the Umubano family, which consists of 14 members and is led by the awesome alpha silverback Charles. The name Umubano is Kinyarwandan, which translated means neighborliness, and is the name of the

ORTPN in Eco-tourism Drive

ORTPN in Eco-tourism Drive

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Born in its current form in the late 1980s, Eco-tourism came of age in 2002, when the United Nations celebrated the “International Year of Ecotourism”. It essentially means ecological tourism; where ecological has both environmental and social connotations. Though it may vary with different countries, it is both a concept and movement in the tourism