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American Cruise Lines, the leader in small ship cruising, announced today the latest development in the construction of its brand new authentic 150-passenger paddlewheeler, the Queen of the Mississippi, as …

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The climatic change together with deforestation in Uganda will affect a number of tropical birds before the end of the century. Uganda has a number over 1,047 bird species and …

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The Mountain Gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei) is one of two subspecies of Eastern Gorillas. It is only found in the Virunga volcanic mountains of Central Africa, within three national parks: …

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Sources at the Rwanda Development Board Tourism and Conservation, have confirmed that they can now start to process claims for loss of property, damages and injuries by people living near …

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InterContinental Berlin has welcomed delegates to the 15th annual International Hotel Investment Forum. Organised by Questex Media, in association with Bench Events, IHIF is the leading meeting place for senior-level …

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While on the Seychelles for the Carnival International de Victoria news broke that the organizers of the World Routes Conferences have selected Victoria as the host city for the 2012 …

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Uganda’s Ministry of Tourism has introduced the Tourism Police to make sure the tourists and their property are safe because for the country to earn a lot from the sector, …

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Conservation Fees/Tariffs July 2011 – June 2013 All Visitors have to produce valid identification documents to confirm resident status Fees Quoted in US$ = United States Dollar UGX = Uganda …

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In less than five days, one of the world’s most recognized adventure enthusiasts, HRH Prince Henry of Wales will visit Belize March 2 – 3, 2012 on behalf of The Queen as part of Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. …

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South Africa has a proud history of protecting its wildlife. 35 years ago the rhino population was on the verge of extinction, but the slide in Africa was halted, largely …

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