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3 Days Gorilla Safari
The drive to the enchanting and thickly dense forest of Bwindi will take us a pleasant 10 hours. This is where the largest population of the endangered mountain Gorillas in the world is resident. Don't worry, the journey to Bwindi is all part of the fun

5 Days Incredible Rwanda Safari
Gorilla Trekking, City Tour, Lake Kivu; a lake with very beautiful scenery

3 Days Rwanda Gorilla Safari
Kigali, Gorilla Trekking, Ruhengeri Beautiful Landscapes, Sweet memories

11 Days Tanzania - Uganda Adventure
Head to Uganda, Bwindi Impenetrable forest, where half the world's population of mountain Gorillas is resident for Mountain Gorilla trekking. In Tanzania for the Big five and at the right time, the dramatic Wildebeest migration.

 

Queen Elizabeth tops tourist attractions in E. Africa region

    Queen Elizabeth tops tourist attractions in E. Africa region
    At Queen Elizabeth National Park, tourists could look out for tree-climbing lions and elephants and more than 600 different bird species.

    Queen Elizabeth tops tourist attractions in E. Africa region

    Kampala. Uganda and Queen Elizabeth have been listed by Lonely Planet as one of the region’s valued destinations and attractions tourists should look out for in 2016.
    Other countries in East Africa (EA) named were Kenya and Tanzania.
    In their latest publication, Lonely Planet, the world’s largest travel guide publisher, EA was ranked third on the 10-annual hot-list of wallet friendly destinations where tourists should go in 2016.

    The publication reads: “…Africa is a massive continent so you’ll be doing yourself and tourism in East Africa a favour if you take advantage of the cracking deals on offer to Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania and the rest of the region.”
    It further mentions the region’s attractions such as gorilla tracking, Rift valley scenery and the squeaky-sand beaches as some of the world’s great wonders tourists should experience.
    The magazine said at Queen Elizabeth National Park, tourists could look out for tree-climbing lions and elephants and more than 600 different bird species.

    “…This is the place to come for guaranteed sightings of a huge range of African wildlife, a real-life geography lesson in the difference between savannah, wetlands and forest and the chance to do all this without having to share it with too many of your fellow humans,” the magazine mentioned.

     Daily Monitor Uganda

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