Tuesday, 13 February 2018

CHIMPANZEE TREKKING IN KALINZU FOREST RESERVE

The internet has continuously been flocked with personal accounts about gorilla trekking in Uganda, and yes, this is a very perfect product in Uganda, and if not done before, it’s high time you thought of a gorilla safari in Uganda for an experience that is one of its kind. Nevertheless, we cannot forget that chimps are other amazing features to behold, though they are always in the shadow of their greater giant cousins; the gorillas and this has made most of the primate viewing lovers miss out chimpanzee safaris in Uganda.

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

CHIMPANZEE TREKKING IN UGANDA

Uganda’s ecological diversity has made it stand as one of the few blessed countries with great populations of primates such as mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, and golden monkeys among others. Chimpanzee trekking in Uganda is done in the chief destinations where the common chimps are well known to be healthily fast growing and have been habituated for human exploration. The chimp safaris feature both chimpanzee trekking where you track the chimps and then stay with them for one full hour on finding them and chimpanzee habituation experience which involves having a full day experience with the chimps.

Monday, 15 January 2018

PARC NATIONAL DES VIRUNGA: HOME OF MOUNTAIN GORILLAS IN D.R.CONGO

Gorilla trekking in Congo, Gorilla safaris in Congo
The Virunga National Park (Parc National des Virunga) is the mother of all game parks in Africa as it was the continent’s first national park. It was established in 1925 and designated a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979. It is situated in eastern Congo and borders other major national parks like Queen Elizabeth national park and Mt. Rwenzori national park in Uganda and the Volcanoes national park in Rwanda.

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

MOUNTAIN GORILLA TREKKING ETHICS.

It’s important to note that mountain gorillas occupying the national parks of Rwanda, Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo have a main purpose to satisfy the human exposure. Some have been assimilated into a habituation process that has made it possible for gorilla trekking enthusiasts to actually explore these gentle apes because through the habituation process they slowly adopt to human presence.
There are some few societal interactions that could be not as significant to the missioned tourist but we advise that they should take heed because every step of a safari counts and contributes equivalently to the ultimate experience.

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.