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Tanzania Safari, Top Planning Tips for 2018 and Beyond

lion tanzania safari

With over 1 million tourists visiting Tanzania, this destinations remains the top preferred African safari country.  Tanzania is the most popular African safari destination because of its wildlife covering 33,660km2,including UNESCO sites such as Serengeti National Park.  Tanzania safari destinations are 16 National Parks and 29 Game Reserves where you can find the big five,…

African Safari Clothes, Safari Wear, Wildlife & Trekking Clothing

African Safari Clothes, What To Wear On Safari Important Safari Clothing to Pack. What is the right color for your safari clothes? Bright colors should be avoided while carrying out safari activities in the jungle, but these can be used while enjoying a dinner back at the lodge. Neutral colors like light brown, green, Khaki…

CTPH Gorilla Conservation Camp

CTPH Gorilla Conservation Camp, Buhoma CTPH Gorilla Conservation camp is one of Bwindi’s only budget options offering accommodation on the edge of the beautiful Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. For those who don’t want to splash out on staying in one of the high end lodges and also want to give something back to a local…

What Else to do after a gorilla safari

Canoeing in Uganda

Lake Bunyonyi Is among Africa’s deepest lakes with beautiful scenes like you see in the  “Lord of the Rings” the lake is Bilharzia free and dotted with numerous island, bordered by terraced cultivated fields plus mountains.  While on Lake Bunyonyi, enjoying canoe trips, butterflies, sailing, birds, hiking through the islands, and also taste its famous…

3 Day Gorilla Safari Uganda, Bwindi Trek

Gorilla Safari Package – 3 days Bwindi Day One:  depart from Kampala early in the morning for Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to enjoy Mountain Gorilla Tracking / Trekking. Have Lunch on the way and enjoy the scenic drive and you have the right to stop the vehicle at which ever point to take pictures. Arrive at…

Ruhondeza, Oldest Gorilla in Bwindi Laid to Rest

Even giants eventually must fall, as was evidenced June 28th with the passing of Ruhondeza, the oldest silverback gorilla and leader of the first habituated gorilla family within Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, in Uganda. The UWA announced news of his death with great sadness, as he represented the beginning of protected great ape tourism within the…

How To Get A Gorilla Permit

  The Mountain Gorillas within Uganda are among the major attractions that visitors see in Uganda.  Mountain Gorilla Tracking / Trekking permits are a highly sought after item and with just a limited number of visitors permitted to track every day, it requires a lot of prior planning to guarantee an chance to track the…