Posts tagged with 'Uganda'
Currently, less than nine hundred (900) endangered mountain gorillas are left in the whole world.
Though gorillas stand as one of the world’s strongest and mightiest creatures, they are vulnerable to poaching just like any other form of wildlife.
A gorilla trek is a once in a lifetime wildlife activity taking you trekking deep in Africa’s Virunga conservation region and Bwindi impenetrable forest in search for the rare mountain gorillas.
Although not famous for its coffee, Ugandan beans feature in many blends and are becoming a hit in their own right.
Named the 'pearl of Africa' by Sir Winston Churchill, Uganda is indeed a naturally beautiful tourist destination, one must visit.
Visiting the Congo's Viruga National Park for gorilla trekking is an absolute highlight of a trip to Africa.
Mountain gorillas are very rare primates on planet earth with less than 900 individual gorillas left in the wild, found only in the Virunga volcano conservation area of 3 countries Uganda, Rwanda and the democra
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of the many national parks that Uganda has been blessed with.
In light of the Christmas season people from across the world are choosing a different way of gift exchanging. Instead of purchasing bundles of toys and electronic gadgets for the family this year, try something a little more meaningful.
One of the most thrilling wildlife experiences, which is on so many bucket lists, is an encounter with the mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda.
The view of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and River Ishasha in western Uganda
The Uganda Equator
The Northern and Southern Hemisphere on one photo.