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Do the Physically Handicapped Go for Gorilla Trekking

Do the Physically Handicapped Go for Gorilla Trekking

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Gorilla trekking is the highlight of any primate’s trip especially in one of their habituating country. So every tourist would like not to miss this tourist activity. Much as every tourist would like to go for the gorilla trek, many of these are underprivileged and marginalized and others are incapacitated for this memorable activity. Such

Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale

Things to Do After a Gorilla Trek

Things to Do After a Gorilla Trek

Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale

Have you visited the gorillas in Uganda? Would you like to extend your gorilla safari with other interesting places? Here are some of the best places that you can visit after a gorilla trek in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. Lake Bunyonyi The beuatiful Lake Bunyonyi is among Africa’s deepest lakes with beautiful scenes one

Batwa Trail in Bwindi

On the Trails of Batwa People

On the Trails of Batwa People

Batwa Trail in Bwindi

A group of indigenous Pygmoids or Twa people live in many parts of central and eastern Africa. In Uganda, they include the Bambuti in Kasese region at the foot of the Rwenzori mountain chain as well as the Batwa in the neighboring communities of Bwindi and Mgahinga forests. The tropical rain forests of subsaharan Africa

Bwindi Conservation Team

What has Employee Health Got to Go with Gorilla Conservation?

What has Employee Health Got to Go with Gorilla Conservation?

Bwindi Conservation Team

We have had an exciting week here at ITFC, with 8 special visitors! First of all, on Wednesday, we welcomed Fred and Jean Paul from the Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Programme (MGVP) to ITFC, followed the next day by a group of 6 staff from Bwindi Community Hospital (BCH). Here we are all together: But, you

Bwindi Habituation

Gorilla Habituation Experience: All You Need to Know

Gorilla Habituation Experience: All You Need to Know

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There is apparently no known definition of Gorilla Habituation Experience. Though, it can best be explained as the act of training wild gorillas to become accustomed to the sight of people.  Habituation involves different groups of people involving the researchers / conservationists, trackers, tourists and rangers among others who take a period of about 2

Rwenzori Trek

Rwenzori and Gorilla Trekking Experience in Uganda

Rwenzori and Gorilla Trekking Experience in Uganda

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Are you interested in visiting the Pearl of Africa – Uganda and having the eager to spend your precious time on the footsteps of Mountain Rwenzori and later have a one on one encounter with the endangered mountain gorillas? Primate Safari Experiences has got you covered with a combined travel blog that brings out more

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Popular Transport Means Used to Access Bwindi

Popular Transport Means Used to Access Bwindi

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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, located in southwestern Uganda, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its incredible biodiversity, most notably as the home of the endangered mountain gorillas. Accessing this remote and lush destination requires thoughtful consideration of various transport means, as the park’s location amidst the rugged terrain demands careful planning for a

Gorilla Permit

How Are Gorilla Permits Allocated in Africa

How Are Gorilla Permits Allocated in Africa

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Safaris to see mountain gorillas rank among the top travel experiences in Africa.  For over two decades, gorilla trekking has been attracting a high number of travelers from all parts of the world. The questions of how are mountain gorilla permits/families allocated in Africa is very common among travelers intending to visit these endangered primates.

Kebirungi and Her baby Gorilla

New Baby Gorilla Born in Bweza Family

New Baby Gorilla Born in Bweza Family

Kebirungi and Her baby Gorilla

The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) the body that manages Uganda national parks and conservation areas last week confirmed the birth of a baby mountain gorilla in Bwindi impenetrable national park in the Rushaga sector. This has increased the number of individuals in the Nshongi gorilla family from 12 to 13. The mother of the new

Gorilla Habituation

Gorilla Habituation Vs Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

Gorilla Habituation Vs Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

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Gorilla Trekking and Gorilla Habituation are two exciting activities that you will be introduced to when you visit Uganda. There is no difference in the processes of these two activities but instead on the number of people who can be booked for the activity, time spent in the presence of the mountain gorillas and price