Friday, 28 July 2017

WHAT MAKES A GORILLA TREKKING SAFARI IN RWANDA SO INTERESTING?

Rwanda possesses one Gorilla tracking point as inscribed in this line; the naturally furnished Volcanoes National park and referred to in French as “Parc Nationale Des Volcans.” During your gorilla trekking in the vibrant Virunga massif, prepare to wake up exceedingly early particularly at dawn, and thus a visitor is advised to book the closest accommodation facility they can  avail or that is presented to them. An African gorilla guide starts briefing the esteemed guests at 7 am daily about security precautions as the etiquette of the park is, this park has a great number of trained cum experienced gorilla guides that are bilingual, fluent in English and French which is essential for their interaction with the tourists.

Monday, 24 July 2017

GORILLA TREKKING IN UGANDA, BWINDI IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is located in the southern Western part of Uganda and it’s also on the rim of the rift valley. It has too hillsides that are covered with mist and also sheltered by one of the known ancient and biologically varied rain forest in Uganda dating back to more than 25000 years hence comprising of 400 varied tree species. Therefore, first and foremost “impenetrable forest” too protects and predictable 440 mountain gorillas, a number which is approximately half of the world’s population and this number of habituated groups can be tracked by visitors. “Bwindi” as a word  means “darkness” and therefore taking a nature walk in this magnificent forest will so unveil the reason why the forest is regarded as impenetrable since one requires to be realistically and physically fit to taking part in the gorilla trekking adventure because it needs climbing of the steep terrain.

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

CHIMPANZEE TREKKING IN BUDONGO FOREST

Budongo Forest hails with in the western realm of the Pearl of Africa, Uganda. Budongo covers an area of 318.5mi2 and the nearest town is Masindi, it can also be traced for in the north western direction of Kampala-Uganda’s capital, one takes the route to the lavishing Murchison falls National Park to whose south stands the foundations of the great Budongo forest.