Friday, 24 November 2017

CHIMPANZEE HABITUATION EXPERIENCE IN UGANDA

In East Africa Uganda offers great opportunities for visitors looking for the amazing chimpanzee habituation experience in Uganda.
The most interesting part of Uganda is that it’s home to over 5,000 chimpanzees in both its conservation areas and the areas that are not considered as protected areas. Uganda has 5 major destinations for chimp habituation; these include, Budongo forest covering places like Masindi, Buliisa, Kiryandongo, Nebbi, and Kyambura gorge in Queen Elizabeth national park, Kalinzu forest reserve, Toro - Semuliki reserve and Kibale national park which is the most popular for Chimpanzee Habituation experience in Uganda (CHEX).

Friday, 17 November 2017

MABIRA FOREST


The Mabira Forest in Uganda is largest and one of the last remaining equatorial rain forests in central Uganda. Positioned in the administrative region of Buikwe district, it is comfortably accessible from both the capital, Kampala and Jinja a major tourism and historical hub in Eastern Uganda. It is easily accessible by public transport especially by the commuter taxis (Matatus) and just an hour from the bustle of Kampala. The Kampala - Jinja Highway actually divides the forest into 2 and as you drive along, be sure to catch a few monkeys or baboons on the road.
The forest offers an adventurous encounter for those that seek Uganda safari holidays with a thrilling venture. It covers a vast area of 3000 hectares between Lugazi and Jinja.

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

BOAT CRUISE ON THE KAZINGA CHANNEL

A REWARDING ADVENTURE 

Kazinga channel is a small, calm  river in Uganda’s popular national Park, Queen Elizabeth national park that covers a distance of 40 kilometers connecting Lake George in the East and Lake Edward in the west; Kazinga channel avails endless opportunities to have priceless views of the most unique flora and fauna and a physical scenery of the magnificent Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Thursday, 12 October 2017

PRIMATES OF UGANDA

Uganda is a nature gifted country and also known to be the pearl of Africa. Uganda habours notable primate species of varied families and characteristics, ranging from the most endangered mountain gorillas, the human’s closest relatives - Chimpanzees and the most destructive – baboons. Primates in Uganda tend to dwell in numerous ecosystems, mainly in dense tropical forests, montane forests, swamps / wetlands and marshy lands, as well as savannah ecosystems.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

THE EASTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS IN D.R. CONGO

Kahuzi Biega National park in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the home to the largest gorilla species known as the eastern lowland gorillas also sometimes referred to as the Grauer’s gorillas. Eastern lowland gorilla is one of the two sub-species of the lowland gorillas in most cases sighted in Africa while the mountain gorilla is the rarest species of gorillas. The eastern lowland gorilla is more common than the mountain gorillas. It is different from other species by the stocky body, large hands and short muzzle just like other herbivorous.

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

WHERE TO SEE CHIMPANZEES IN UGANDA

Track and habituate Chimpanzees in Uganda's tropical forests: 

Primates in Uganda are remarkably its biggest tourism draw with the endangered mountain gorillas at the centre of it all.  Nonetheless, mountain gorillas are not the only great apes in Uganda. Chimpanzees can also be found in Uganda and various tourism activities like chimpanzee trekking offers you the perfect opportunity to mix and mingle with mankind’s closet relative.
Just like the gorillas, some chimpanzee groups have been habituated to full human contact and the Uganda Wildlife authority offers chimpanzee habituation experience for those seeking a perfect Uganda safari memory. The chimpanzee habituation experience guarantees you a full day’s worth with chimps as you get to know more about their cycle of life. 

Friday, 18 August 2017

THE RESURRECTION OF GORILLA TOURISM IN VIRUNGA NATIONAL PARK

Gorilla trekking in Virunga national park, Mountain gorillas in Virunga national park
Gorilla trekking in Virunga national park resumed officially this year (2017) in May which becomes a major breakthrough in this part of the country and with a great moment of excitement after over a year of closure, due to endless security turmoil that had frequented this park for years between the Congo army and some rebel factions which prevented the activities of gorilla trekking in this unexplored destination.