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8 Days Wanderlust Safari
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Mt. Mgahinga National Park and Queen Elizabeth National park.

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.

5 Days Great Apes Safari
This safari, takes you to the thickly forested areas in Uganda with forests like Kibale having the highest number of primate species in Africa and Bwindi impenetrable forest with half the population of the worlds remaining highly endangered Mountain Goril

7 Days Gorilla and Wilderness Safari
This safari will take you to three of Uganda’s western wilderness parks with remarkable physical features of the Great western Rift Valley, crater lakes and savannah grassy plains that support a large population of wild life in Queen Elizabeth National


Popular tourism event: Naming the baby gorillas in Rwanda

    Popular tourism event: Naming the baby gorillas in Rwanda
    Kwita Izina, Rwanda’s gorilla naming and conservation festival, will take place this year on Tuesday, July 1

    Popular tourism event: Naming the baby gorillas in Rwanda

    The tenth edition of Kwita Izina, Rwanda’s gorilla naming and conservation festival, will take place this year on Tuesday, July 1, after some scheduling adjustments announced yesterday by the Rwanda Development Board’s Tourism and Conservation Department.

    Starting the week-long festivities, which once again will cover the entire country, will be the launch of a Gorilla Conservation and Community exhibition in Kinigi on Monday, June 23, while from June 25 - 29 a familiarization trip across all the provinces will acquaint invited guests and media participants with the range of tourism attractions beyond gorilla tracking. Among the visits will be the official launch of Basumba Primary School funded by the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) through the Tourism Revenue Sharing Scheme which has over the years provided millions of Rwanda Francs for community benefits like schools, health centers, the provision of clean water and the construction of roads and other infrastructure.

    On Saturday, June 28, visitors can experience first-hand the Rwandan community self-help model of Umuganda, where the entire nation, apart from those on work duty, comes together to improve their immediate neighborhoods, clean trenches, slash grass, beautify recreational parks, and engage in other community projects through volunteer hands-on work. On the afternoon of the same day, the RDB will launch a tourism exhibition and B2B meetings as visitors from the entire Eastern African region are expected to assemble in Kigali in support of the festival, which is now one of several the tourist boards of Rwanda, Uganda, and Kenya organize and are pledged to support.

    Expect live reports from on site and the tour across Rwanda and then of course from the actual naming ceremony on July 1 in Kinigi, where the world’s leading conservationists are coming together to celebrate Rwanda’s achievements in protecting and improving the habitat of the endangered mountain gorillas.




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