Best Places to See Gorillas in Africa

Today there are just 1000 remaining mountain gorillas left in the whole world. The dwindling habitat for the gorillas has pushed them to be declared as threatened apes. Surprisingly these great apes are left in 10 African countries. Gorilla safaris are apparently conducted in 5 distinct destinations in East Africa in the countries of Uganda (Bwindi… Continue reading Best Places to See Gorillas in Africa

Guide To Maiko National Park

Maiko National Park is Democratic Republic of Congo’s magnificent national park. Established in 1970s and covers an area of about 10885 square kilometers. It comes in parts which include province Orientale, Nord Kivu and Maniema. About 3 of DR Congo’s endangered species thrive within Maiko National Park which includes among others the endangered Eastern Lowland… Continue reading Guide To Maiko National Park

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Rwanda this Year 2018

You can just imagine visiting the Volcanoes National park for mountain gorilla trekking, get to meet people, enjoy a visit to the rain forests so as to view the chimpanzees and golden monkeys, having stopovers to see the Intore dancers and drummers, listening to the birds singing in the forests and lake shores. There are… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Rwanda this Year 2018

7 Fascinating Things About Rwanda You Probably Don’t Know

Are you curious about Rwanda and would like to learn more about this small and beautiful country during your African safari? Do you wish to learn about the breathtaking attractions and strange laws of the country? Well, this is the time for you to know, everything you need to learn about her and untrue facts… Continue reading 7 Fascinating Things About Rwanda You Probably Don’t Know

Here’s Why You Should Go to Bwindi Forest for Gorilla Trekking in 2018

Bwindi impenetrable forest has been a favorite park for many tourists to Africa especially those on gorilla safaris but today its one of top choice  for budget gorilla treks. The park offers an exciting mix of primate viewing, culture and community retreats an experience that is cherished for life. Are you planning to track mountain… Continue reading Here’s Why You Should Go to Bwindi Forest for Gorilla Trekking in 2018

Rwanda Positions Itself as High End Tourism Destination

After the increment of gorilla permits from $750 to $1500 (in May 2017), there was fear that it would discourage intending trackers from making gorilla trekking safaris in the country. Of course the news of increasing gorilla permits was received with mixed reactions (with some saying it was a good thing for the country while… Continue reading Rwanda Positions Itself as High End Tourism Destination

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