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Efforts to Save Virunga Mountain Gorillas Prove challenging for African Park Rangers

Efforts to Save Virunga Mountain Gorillas Prove challenging for African Park Rangers According to a new study report by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), three out of four African wildlife rangers face life threatening challenges from local communities or other people because of the work they do to protect wildlife. African wildlife rangers [...]

By |October 24th, 2016|Blog, Gorillas|0 Comments

Is Africa’s Mountain Gorilla Trekking Safe & Responsible ?

While Africa is well known for her deadliest predators like lions and hyenas, gorillas are not dangerous because most of the gorillas trekked have been habituated and are very familiar with humans hence you should get it right that gorillas are not dangerous. Before you are allowed to trek gorillas, you will firstly be taken [...]

By |April 28th, 2016|Blog, Gorillas|0 Comments

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By |April 13th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Lake Mburo National Park Uganda

Lake Mburo Uganda National Parks LAKE MBURO NATIONAL PARK (LMNP) This park, 260 kms, is found in Mbarara District, with an altitude range from up to 1828m above sea level. The Lake Mburo National Park is named after the lake which falls in this territory. Species . This little park hosts a variety of animals, [...]

By |May 10th, 2008|lake-mburo-national-park|0 Comments

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Mgahinga Gorilla Uganda National Parks MGAHINGA GORILLA NATIONAL PARK (MGNP) Mgahinga National Park, is part of the part of the bigger Virunga Conservation Area, now jointly protected area with Congo and Rwanda. Find the 3 extinct volcanoes.. Mount Sabinyo (3.669 m.), Mount Gahinga (3.474 m.) and Mount Muhavura (4.127 m.). “Mgahinga” is named after Mount [...]

By |May 10th, 2008|mgahinga-national-park|0 Comments

Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda

QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK This park, 2.056 kms, is located in the South of the Rwenzori Mountains, surrounding Congo and including two lakes, George and Edward, which are joined by the Kazinga Channel. Species: Queen Elizabeth National Park registers boastfully a number of animals, including 95 mammal species (among them elephants, lions, leopards, kobs, buffaloes, [...]

By |May 10th, 2008|queen-elizabeth-national-park|0 Comments

Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda

KIDEPO VALLEY NATIONAL PARK (KVNP) Kidepo is located in the north eastern part of Uganda in the Karamoja region. Its far better to go by air to this distanced national park in Uganda. Kidepo is largely dominated by the Savannah vegetation with over 86 mammal species including the elephants, giraffes, buffaloes,zebras,bush pig and predators including [...]

By |May 10th, 2008|kidepo-national-park|0 Comments

Rwenzori Mountains National Park Uganda

RWENZORI MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK (RMNP) The Rwenzori Mountain is the highest mountain range in the whole of Africa, with 6 glacial peaks: Mount Speke, Mount Stanley, Mount Gessi, Mount Emin Pasha, Mount Luigi da Savoia as well as Mount Baker. The main peaks, can be probably compared to those of Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya. These [...]

By |May 10th, 2008|mount-rwenzori-national-park|0 Comments

Mount Elgon National Park Uganda

MOUNT ELGON NATIONAL PARK (MENP) Mount Elgon is an extinct volcano with the biggest surface field in the world (50km by 80km) and a caldera with a diameter of almost 8 km. The highest apex is Wagagai, 4.321 m. It lies at the boundary line with Kenya in Eastern Uganda. The local people, Bagisu used [...]

By |May 10th, 2008|mount-elgon-national-park|0 Comments

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

MGAHINGA GORILLA NATIONAL PARK (MGNP) Mgahinga National Park, is part of the part of the bigger Virunga Conservation Area, now jointly protected area with Congo and Rwanda. Find the 3 extinct volcanoes.. Mount Sabinyo (3.669 m.), Mount Gahinga (3.474 m.) and Mount Muhavura (4.127 m.). “Mgahinga” is named after Mount Gahinga plus the initial of [...]

By |May 10th, 2008|mgahinga-national-park|0 Comments