Learn About African Primates and their types in Uganda, In search of Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees, Golden Monkeys, Baboons, Blue Monkey, Red-Tailed Monkeys, Vervet Monkeys, Patas Monkeys, De Brazza’s Monkeys, L, Hoest’s Monkeys, Grey Cheeked Mangabey Monkeys, Black and White Colobus Monkeys, Red Colobus Monkeys and nocturnal primates such as Bushbabies and Pottos in Uganda.
11 New Bird Species Discovered in Uganda2020-01-30T11:43:02+00:00 News
There are more than 1065 bird species all of which you certainly enjoy on a Uganda safari. Birding happens both in protected areas and in private areas. These birds are spotted in various places such as national parks, arid semi-desert, rich savannahs, lowland and montane rainforests, vast wetlands, volcanoes and an Afro-alpine zone. Uganda covers
Why Self Drive Trips Are Ideal for Family Holidays2019-10-31T16:56:39+00:00 News
As parents, the idea of traveling with your infant or toddler can feel like an overwhelming proposition. You don’t want to put your life on hold while you raise your little one, but, at the same time, you don’t want to take a trip that will be more of a headache than an enjoyable experience.
5 Reasons Why You Should Go on a Gorilla Trek in Uganda2019-10-31T12:39:23+00:00 Wildlife Tourism
There are so many exciting things that you can do if you choose to visit a really cool place like Africa. Did you know that a gorilla trek is becoming an increasingly popular adventures that travelers look for in Africa? There are a number of travelers who have got involved in this adventure and most
10 Reasons why Hire a Local Guide on Safari to Uganda2019-10-25T12:43:33+00:00 Tips
Traveling to a new country may be quite challenging for you to plan your trip, there’s a lot of accommodation facilities, many routes and more so many tourist destinations that you may not well discover on your own. Hiring a local guide will save you a lot of time and energy in planning your Ugandan
Is Bwindi Gorilla Trekking Worth The Price?2019-10-14T19:23:30+00:00 Blog
Mountain gorillas are surviving in only three countries; Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Only 1000 mountain gorillas population is remaining in the world and Bwindi impenetrable forest alone hosts half of the world’s population. The park is found in the southwestern direction of Uganda. Bwindi is a famous spot for a spectacular
4 Best Things to Do in fort Portal2018-08-25T06:48:11+00:00 Information
Fort Portal Town is located in Western Uganda on the foothills of Rwenzori ranges and the main town of Kabarole District. Fort Portal is often referred to as the “tourism city of Uganda” and popular for its cleanliness and magnificent scenery not found in any other town in Uganda. Fort portal is dotted with numerous
Facts on Uganda’s Gorillas2016-08-18T19:26:02+00:00 Wildlife Tourism
Mountain gorillas rank among the rarest animals in the world with just 720 animals in existence. They belong to the ape family and are the bulkiest. An adult may grow up to 1.8m high. Two subspecies of gorillas, the western lowland gorilla – Gorilla gorilla gorilla – G.g graueri were identified for science in 1847