Why is Rwanda the best place to see gorillas

Why is Rwanda the Best Place to See Gorillas?

Mountain gorillas are the key highlights of Rwanda safaris. Only 3 countries (Rwanda, Uganda and Congo) protect mountain gorillas (gorilla beringei beringei) which currently remain not more than 1063 individuals on earth. Over 604 of these large apes reside in the Virunga Conservation Area (VCA) and Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park lies suitably within this region. […]

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14 Days Uganda Safari

  Trip Over view Join a 14 Days Uganda  safari  to explore some of Uganda’s top National parks and tourist destinations. The 14 Days safari takes  you to Jinja to explore the source of the famous river Nile where travelers enjoy the adventurous white water rafting experience. You will then visit Murchison Falls National park […]

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3 Days Uganda Gorilla Trek

Trip overview Book a customized 3 Days Uganda gorilla tour to  Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. Located in south western Uganda in Kable district, Bwindi forest is home to the highest gorilla population in the world sheltering over 500 mountain gorillas. Bwindi Forest  National park has gazetted in 1991 but was officially opened for travelers […]

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8 Days Uganda Wildlife Adventure

Trip overview This 8 Days Uganda wildlife Adventure takes visitors to explore some of Uganda’s top national parks  which include Kibale Forest, Bwindi Forest, Lake Mburo  National park and Lake Bunyonyi. Lets Go Tours Rwanda is your ultimate guide on this 8 Days Uganda safari to explore the Pearl of Africa. Visit Kibale Forest National […]

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Lake Mburo National Park

Explore Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda’s smallest savannah park located in Kiruhura district in western Uganda. Lake Mburo was initially garzetted as a controlled hunting area in 1933 but was later upgraded into a national park in 1963. A Uganda safari to Lake Mburo National park offers a unique experience in way that wild animals […]

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Murchison Falls National Park

As known as Kabalega national Park, Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s oldest and largest park located in northwestern Uganda. The savannah park spreads over 3840 square kilometers of Land sheltering a high concentration of wild and bird life. The Park was named after the mighty “Murchison Falls” in the heart of the park where […]

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