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scheduled gorilla tracking tours


The leftovers of the controversial reign of Kahinda Otafire as Minister of Tourism, Trade and Industry up to the elections earlier this year and the formation of a new government, …

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Uganda on Wednesday warmly welcomed with great excitement the news of being selected the world’s tourist destination for the year 2012 by “Lonely planet”, an international publisher of the world …

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The Kenya Police was able to give good news overnight that a first arrest has been made in connection with the ongoing search for the culprits in the dual grenade …

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The number of animals in Uganda’s national parks and game reserves has soared over the past decade, the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) says. The latest figures show that the population …

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The Kenyan national airline has now given a clear indication that their recently leased B747-400F will arrive over the next two weeks in Nairobi and then be immediately available for …

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Enumerators collect data in Bwindi National Park at the Weekeend Uganda currently receives more than 2,400 gorilla-tracking tourists per year but the figure fell in 1998 to 2,000 due to …

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  The new rescued gorilla Another infant gorilla has been confiscated from poachers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the fourth this year. On October 8, Jackson Mumbere Mwenge, …

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Raising awareness and drumming up support for the survival of Mabira Forest comes in many different forms and key stakeholder, GeoLodges Africas RainForest Lodge will be breaking new ground when …

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Torrential rains in Eastern Uganda in recent weeks have caused havoc conditions for road transport and when a key bridge between Moroto and Nakapiripirit was washed away, 6 districts were …

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  Ihirwe explores her new surroundings. One month ago, where the Virunga mountain range straddles the border of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Rwanda, a sickly and traumatized …

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