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11 May 2021
Gorilla Trekking in Uganda — A Guide To See Mountain Gorillas

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda — A Guide To See Mountain Gorillas

Gorilla trekking in Uganda is a once-in-a-lifetime journey to see the incredible mountain gorillas of central Africa's rainforests on the slopes of the Virunga Mountains and in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
15 March 2021
Uganda Gorilla Trekking Tours and Discounted Gorilla Permits 2021, Discounted gorilla permits, promotional uganda chimps permits, gorilla permits and park fees uganda 2021

Discounted Gorilla Permits & Promotional Rates 2021

Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has officially extended promotional rates and discounted gorilla and chimps trekking permits up-to June 30, 2021, with an allowance to consider extending the low season rates to the end of 2021. The reduced park entrance permit prices were previously set out for December 2020, January, February, up-to March 2021. These 2021 discounted rates include gorilla trekking permits at 57% off, Chimpanzee tracking permit at $50 off, birding fees, and all park entry fees at 50% off. See details below.
27 February 2021
Gorilla Habituation Experience, trekking process in Uganda Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Mountain Gorilla Habituation in Bwindi

Mountain gorilla habituation experience in Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable Forest allows travelers to get within a few feet of a wild gorilla family and spend at least four hours with them in their natural habitat, escorted by primatologists, researchers and rangers.
23 February 2021
The history of Gorilla tourism and trekking gorillas in rwanda an uganda

The History of Gorilla Tourism

During the 1970-80 decade, the history of mountain gorillas mainly was about controlling poaching and counting the number of gorillas. In 1973 the first gorilla trekking experience was introduced.
4 September 2020
Uganda gorilla baby boom in Bwindi impenetrable Forest

The Uganda Gorilla Baby Boom in Bwindi

7 baby gorillas have been born in 2020 so far, compared to just 3 in the whole of 2019 leading to Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) to declare a “baby boom” in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site. What does Uganda's gorilla baby boom in Bwindi mean to the population of mountain gorillas in East African jungles & gorilla trekking tourism.
24 August 2020
Kibale National Park

Kibale National Park

ibale National Park is a beautiful slice of nature, quite literally a modern-day Garden of Eden. Preserved as Uganda’s premier chimpanzee tracking destination, Kibale National Park protects 766km² of predominantly forested habitat that extends more than 50 km (31 mi) south from the main Fort Portal–Kampala Road to the northeast border of Queen Elizabeth National Park.
30 July 2020
Rafiki Gets Justice, Gorilla Killers Sentenced to Prison Life

Rafiki Gorilla Gets Justice

The best news coming to the Uganda wildlife conservation efforts and the tourism sector is that the most loved silverback mountain gorilla Rafiki can finally rest in peace, thanks to the 2019 Uganda Wildlife Act and the Kabale Chief Magistrate's Court. On July 30, 2020 the court sentenced Byamukama Felix to 11 years in prison for killing Rafiki the Silverback of Nkuringo Gorilla group and other wildlife in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, according the UWA press release.
9 July 2020
Happy Rwanda Family, Rwanda safe to travel post covid

Travel Safety in Rwanda

Is it safe to travel to Rwanda? Generally, Rwanda is safe for travel—however, most of the answers in this post to address the question are meant for travelers exploring a post-pandemic world. Otherwise this guide to Rwanda travel safety, which covers everything from the Covid-19 guidelines to what solo travelers should update you on the current security and health situation.
5 July 2020
Protecting gorillas and chimpanzees from COVID-19 in Uganda

Protecting gorillas and chimpanzees from COVID-19 in Uganda

The mind boggling question is how to keep the most precious African apes protected from the most dangerous scourge in modern history, Covid-19. With mountain gorilla numbers growing steadily at 1064 individuals and still listed as endangered on the ICUN red list, answers to that question are vital to the continued existence of our cousins. Uganda's rangers, researchers and guides have been briefed, they are ready to protect our African jungle jewels.
15 June 2020
Nkuringo Gorilla Group, Nkuringo Gorilla Family and death of rafiki the leader

Nkuringo Gorilla Group: In memory of Rafiki silverback

Gorilla tourism started in Nkuringo in April 2004 after the habituation of the group that started in 1996. At the leadership of Nkuringo Silverback patriarch, and later Rafiki, Nkuringo group has flourished within the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest jungles to form other groups like Christmas. the death of Rafiki (25) on June 1, 2020 has left the group with no leadership and a cloudy future. this post is dedicated to the slain leader.
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