Mountain Gorillas-Rwanda’s Treasure

The mountain gorilla Populations can be found in Uganda—Bwindi impenetrable and Mgahinga national parks, Rwanda-volcanoes national park, and the Democratic Republic of Congo in Virunga national park. The number of mountain gorillas is estimated to be around 780 however, their exact number is not known because they inhabit some of the densest and remote rainforests…

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Top Five things to see and do in Egypt

Egypt has all the ingredients of a perfect holiday: rich cultural and historical heritage including the world’s most iconic landmarks, a dry, sunny and hot climate, pristine beaches, world-class scuba diving and snorkelling a plethora of water sports to choose from and a bustling capital filled with markets and bazaars. So, with so much to…

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Important Bird Areas in Uganda – Africa

In this article, you find information about Uganda’s most important bird areas (IBs). it is a complete guide to those interested in bird watching safari in Uganda, either escorted or self-drive. 1) Lake Mburo National Park Landscape diversity such as open savannah plains and grasslands dotted with acacia tree species. The savanna is interspersed with…

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Travel South Africa: Inform yourself before you go!

The first thought that comes when one imagines traveling to South Africa is undeniably its rich wildlife parks. This is where there is the famous Kruger National Park that needs no introduction. He is one of the most famous tourist attractions on site. Most of the organized tours included in their programs. But there are…

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Very Rare African Golden Cat Caught on Camera in Kibale Forest National Park-Uganda

Many African travelers may be more familiar with lions and Serval cats but there’s another elegant predator that many are not even aware that it exists-the the African golden cat. This cat-like predator is seldom seen and very difficult to spot and one reason is its solitary habits, making it rarely photographed. However, scientists have…

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International Tourism Shows Continued Strength

According to the latest United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Barometer, International tourist arrivals worldwide grew by 5% during the year of 2014 despite the geopolitical challenges and a lingering economic recovery. Tourism demand was strong during the northern hemisphere high season of June to August. With a 5% increase, international tourism continued to grow…

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Once a Life Time Gorilla Trekking Experience in Africa

Mountain gorillas are known to be one of the wild animals that are endangered and decreases in numbers in many forests or mountains in Africa particularly in Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda. Since they are endangered it is of great importance to make sure that humans could not contribute to some diseases that…

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Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa-The End of Tragedy

The risk of transmission of Ebola virus disease during travel is low. Unlike infections such as influenza or tuberculosis, Ebola is not spread by breathing air and the airborne particles it contains from an infected person. People are only infectious after they have started to have symptoms, which include headache, fever, muscle pain, weakness, and…

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