Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

What To Do With Children While Trekking

Gorilla tours

It’s been a frequently asked question by many travelers of which alternative activities children can take part in as parents trek gorillas or chimpanzees. Presently, various optional activities have been organized for children aged 15 years and below in all mountain gorilla and chimpanzee destinations in Uganda and Rwanda. The national parks with these extra … Read moreWhat To Do With Children While Trekking

Gorilla habituation Experience

Gorilla tours

Take part in one of its kind mountain gorilla habituation rewarding you an incredible gorilla watching experience. Gorilla habituation is only done in Rushaga sector of Bwindi impenetrable forest national park Uganda in two gorilla families of Bushaho and Bikyingi are presently under going habituation. Gorilla habituation is a process of keenly training and familiarizing … Read moreGorilla habituation Experience

Trekking for Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Forest

gorilla trek bwindi

Much as mountain gorillas are trekked in the Virunga conservation area, meeting these endangered species in the impenetrable forest of Bwindi national park is surely an adventurous and unforgettable experience. The national park is situated in southwestern Uganda bordering the Virunga national park in the Democratic Republic of Congo and is a home to the … Read moreTrekking for Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Forest

Visit the Cross River Gorillas

Located in the mountains across the borders of Cameroon and Nigeria, the cross-river gorillas is one sub specie of the western gorillas scientifically known as the Gorilla gorilla diehli. The gorilla species is currently the most rare and critically endangered specie having approximately 280 cross-river gorillas surviving in the whole world compared to the other … Read moreVisit the Cross River Gorillas

Rwanda’s Annual Gorilla Naming ceremony set for September 2016

This year the Republic of Rwanda will be celebrating the 12th Kwita Izina on september 2nd 2016 according to the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) the country’s tourism government body. The Kwita Izina / gorilla naming ceremony has become a very fundamental occasion in the history of Rwanda’s tourism where new born gorilla babies within the … Read moreRwanda’s Annual Gorilla Naming ceremony set for September 2016

Celebrating Dian Fossey’s Conservation Work 30 Years After Her Death

Dian Fossey was an American zoologist researcher who had dedicated her life to the endangered mountain gorillas some of the closest wild animals to human beings. She first lived in the Congo forests but due to insecurity she shifted and established her research center at Karisoke (between mount Karisimbi and mount Bisoke) where she greatly … Read moreCelebrating Dian Fossey’s Conservation Work 30 Years After Her Death

Destination Rwanda Rises to Top thanks to Gorilla watching in Volcanoes national park

Rwanda is among the small countries on the planet with a land area of 26,338-kilometer squares. This small country is very endowed naturally with a number of unique landscapes and wildlife attractions that are evenly distributed all over the country. A large percentage of the landscape is covered by gently sloping hills and its because … Read moreDestination Rwanda Rises to Top thanks to Gorilla watching in Volcanoes national park