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Elephant Tourism

Kenya to promote Elephant Tourism in this year’s Central Park 2017, promoting Samburu National Park Reserve in Kenya.   Elephant Tourism Registration for the event on Saturday, November 18th in Central Park is going on for well wishers and wild life conservationist who fancy running, jogging or walking to save giant lives. Sponsors of the Saving …

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    The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has until May to decide whether to allow the Madhvani family to develop golf courses at their luxury lodges in two national parks.   This follows a new demand from President Museveni that would see the Madhvanis establish golf courses at Mweya Safari lodge in Queen Elizabeth national …

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A leopard from Queen Elizabeth National Park injured five people and killed one pig when it strayed into Garuka village in Bwambara sub-county, Rukungiri district on Friday. Those injured included a game ranger identified as Aggrey Wafura. The LC5 councillor for Bwambara sub-county, Chris Kagayano, said the animal killed a pig belonging to Turyagyenda Kabariga. …

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(One of the Hells Gate National Park gorges often traversed by adventure tourists) News of a tragic accident emerged on Sunday when it became known that a church group of young men and women on a day retreat yesterday morning to the Hells Gate National Park near Naivasha got trapped in a gorge by flash …

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For over 5 years now have Rwandan conservation bodies, NGO s and individuals been working on their plans to restore Gishwati forest to its former glory, working hand in hand with The Great Ape Trust and other international partners. Rwanda as a country added to this once distant dream by implementing the forestry policy which …

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The 2012 official World Tourism Day (WTD) celebrations will be held in Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain, (September 27, 2012). Under the theme “Tourism and Sustainable Energy: Powering Sustainable Development,” WTD 2012 highlights the need to bring the tourism sector and energy stakeholders closer together to spur tourism’s contribution to sustainability. “Tourism is at the forefront …

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The 46th ITB Berlin, which takes place from 7 to 11 March 2012, is a more political event than ever before: the European debt crisis, turmoil in the Arab countries, climate protection and sustainability, as well as EU emissions trading. All these topics will be discussed at the ITB Convention by leading figures from the …

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It was learned overnight that the UK based ARCS has apparently decided to shift its regional office, presently located in Kampala / Uganda, to Kigali / Rwanda, where a new proposed US $ 350.000 head office is to be built, once discussions between the NGO and the Rwandan government have been concluded. The UK office …

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A raging bush fire, allegedly set by staff of the Uganda Wildlife Authority, has devastated the Kyambura Game Lodge earlier in the week, according to reports from a source close to UWA. The fire was reportedly started by UWA staff to clear dry vegetation and allow for fresh green shoots to emerge with the onset …

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Little Ihirwe, the mountain gorilla rescued from poachers in August of 2011, is approaching the age of 2, and is quite a rambunctious, and growing bolder by the day The love for climbing trees is something that is inborn in the gorilla animals so some days ago Ihirwe the baby gorilla fell out of a …

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