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An anti-poaching patrol in the Virunga Massif made a gruesome discovery on February 1, 2012- a young mountain gorilla was dead, caught in a poacher’s snare. The male mountain gorilla, …

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Tourist guides in Uganda will be imposed on standards by the Tourism Act to generate discipline and professionalize the industry. During the awarding of 30 tourist guides who had been …

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   A regular source at the Emirates office in Kampala has let it be known that the recent addition of daily flights from Dubai to Dublin / Ireland has seen …

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Nyungwe rain forest in the south western region of Rwanda is progressively disappearing according to findings from the National University of Rwanda. However, The Government has decided to declare it …

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Day 1 semuliki This safari begins and ends from kampala or Entebbe at 8am, after breakfast, you are picked from your hotel and drive through fort portal Bundibugyo to reach …

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Day 1  After breakfast, you’re driven to Queen Elizabeth national park, have a stop over to look at the Royal Drum makers, stand on the Equator and be in both …

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Over 25.000 young fish were released at the Blue Bay Marine Park earlier in the week as part of the Mauritian governments efforts to restore biodiversity and restock areas in …

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Ugandans woke up to the stark reality of electricity tariffs rising sharply, after government negated on their contract with the people and shelved power subsidies, forcing the Electricity Regulatory Authority …

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Tour l.mburo and Bwindi gorilla forest for the amazing Uganda wild life, primates like white columbus monkeys and endangered mountain gorillas DAY 1 (transfer to Lake Mburo National Park) Morning after breakfast, …

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  Some may see this as a classic misnomer, as of course it is the air lanes which connect the Seychelles with the outside world, but nevertheless, like when in …

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