Gorillas in Uganda – Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Gorillas in UgandaMountain gorillas in Uganda are primate species found in the dense vegetation of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. These two gorilla parks are found in south western Uganda and are two of the four mountain gorilla parks in the world. The other two parks include Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda and the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We are specialized in gorilla trekking safaris and tours and organise gorilla trips to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda as well as safaris to Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda and the Virunga National Park in the DR Congo. Our tours include those for 1 day, 2 days and commonly 3 day gorilla trekking safaris in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo, the only 3 countries in the whole world where mountain gorillas are found. To enjoy a gorilla trekking adventure with us, you need to book a gorilla permit in advance and we help you secure one through our office. To visit and trek gorillas in Uganda, you need to book a gorilla trekking permit with your local tour operator who would also organise the trip for you. The safari arrangements include preparing a tour decent and comfortable tour vehicle, book accommodation as well as securing a permit plus other activities during your holiday tour in Uganda. When planing a gorilla tour in Uganda, find out on the best time to visit these endangered primates, how to book a gorilla permit, what to carry on a trip, the various gorilla tour options and means plus reading extensively about the frequently asked questions on gorilla trekking. These are excellent answers to these gorilla tour questions and going through them comprehensively, you will be in position to understand everything regarding this amazing lifetime adventure activity.

22 Baby Mountain Gorillas named in Rwanda

22 Baby Mountain Gorillas named in Rwanda

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has presided over a ceremony at which 22 baby mountain gorillas were given names.               The annual function code-named Kwita Izina (Gorilla naming ceremony) was also graced by senior government officials, diplomats, international dignitaries, stakeholders..

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Kigali Convention Complex to Boost Business in Rwanda

Kigali Convention Complex to Boost Business in Rwanda

The Kigali Convention Centre is a business complex in the centre of Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda and is the biggest in the country

The centre is situated on Highway KN5, nearby to KG2 Roundabout approximately 6 kilometers or 4 miles to the western side of Kigali International Airport. It..

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Tourism Earnings in Rwanda surge by 25% in 2016 from 2015

Tourism Earnings in Rwanda surge by 25% in 2016 from 2015

Rwanda, the home of mountain gorillas anticipates increasing its tourism earnings this year by 25.8% up from 2015.

According to Francis Gatare, the Chief Executive Officer of the state-run Rwanda Development Board (RDB), the increase is attributed to extra attractions including a new game park.

Rwanda,..

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Rwanda Gears Up for the 12th Gorilla-Naming Ceremony

Rwanda Gears Up for the 12th Gorilla-Naming Ceremony

Rwanda has come up with efforts to preserve the critically endangered mountain gorillas in a move to tap the tourism revenues attached on conservation.

Due to this the country is set to offer names to 22 baby mountain gorillas among whom are a set of twins, born in 2015. This will be at function..

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Twin Gorillas Born in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park

Twin Gorillas Born in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park

Twin Mountain Gorillas Born in Rwanda at the Volcanoes National Park.
The newborn mountain gorillas came to the world at the start of 2016 at the Volcanoes National Park. The gorillas looked in good health than ever at almost 120 days old.

The news of the newborn gorillas was received..

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