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About 150 Tourism students in the village of Kasugho at the Tayna Center for Conservation Biology (TCCB) are getting ready to present their research and graduate in February, 30 of …

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Uganda’s Government signed two contracts with the European Union (EU) for the rebuilding of 125km part of the Mbarara-Ntungamo-Kabale-Katuna road that joins south western Uganda to Rwanda. Vincent De Visscher , …

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The Ministry of Tourism in Kenya has placed a law excluding unsanctioned foreign tourism companies from the country’s major attractions. It has been discovered that the unregistered foreign and local operators …

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A 6-month-old male Grauer’s  gorilla infant confiscated from poachers in the Walikale area of the Democratic Republic of Congo has just arrived at A temporary care facility in Goma. The negotations …

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Two mountain gorillas which were rescued from poachers by Rwandan authorities were, on Tuesday, handed back to Congolese officials after three years at a care centre in Kinigi, Musanze District. …

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Uganda government will start licensing tour guides; a measure aimed at professionalizing the tourism guide sector, the Uganda Tourism Board has said. Cuthbert Baguma, the executive director said they will …

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The Tourism and Trade Minister Kahinda Otafiire has directed all resident district commissioners in the districts bordering Mt. Elgon National Park and security officials to immediately stop the destruction of …

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Comments made by the embattled chairman of the Uganda Wild life Authority UWA, who rubbished the “Friend a Gorilla” campaign in recent statements, were generally dismissed by conservation stakeholders as “unsound,” …

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Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has warned people living around Mount Rwenzori against degrading the water catchments, saying this would cause a disaster. Mr Museveni statement was in response to the …

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We do have several s group safaris that or clients have already confirmed, join now. 1.  7 days Gorilla tracking in Uganda and Rwanda at $.2750 per person on 12nd. …

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