The outgoing Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities has unveiled the results from the Gorilla Census that was conducted in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The long awaited results have put the number of mountain gorillas living in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and the Sarambwe Nature Reserve of the Democratic Republic of Congo to 459 mountain gorillas.
Another Baby Gorilla Born in Mubare2019-11-07T14:23:40+00:00 News
The wildlife community is filled with excitement. The exciting news from the Bwindi Forest is a second birth in a space of two weeks within the Mubare Gorilla group. This is the oldest group in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and the mother has been identified as Karungi. She gave birth to a live baby gorillas. The
Mubare Groups Welcomes Newborn Baby2019-10-19T13:30:26+00:00 News
It is all happiness in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The community celebrates a new born baby gorilla in the Mubare group. The mother of the baby who has been identified as Businza and baby are in good shape. Welcome the baby to the gorilla Planet!
Uganda Increases the Price of Gorilla Permits for 2020-232019-08-09T16:27:51+00:00 News
The Uganda Wildlife Authority has revised the prices of the gorilla permits and other activity fees. In this new tariff some new products have also been introduced as well as fines. This follows an ice-break by Mr. Stephen Masaba, the director of Tourism at UWA who made a significant announcement outlining several changes in tariffs
Rare Waterspout Observed at Lake Bunyonyi2019-01-22T06:32:45+00:00 News
Tourists and locals in Kabale were treated to a spectacular sight of a waterspout off the Lake Bunyonyi, one of the most beautiful places in Uganda. The sudden phenomenon was recorded on videos and photos by both the locals and tourists and has been widely shared on social media. Numerous videos were captured by surprised