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  • Rwenzori double-collared sunbird; endemic birds of Albertine rift – Uganda safari news Scientifically referred to as Cinnyris stuhlmanni, the Rwenzori double-collared sunbird is one of the unique bird species explored on Uganda birding safaris and tours belonging to the family Nectariniidae. Noted to be among the endemic bird species of Albertine Rift, the Rwenzori double-colored sunbird thrives in the legendary Mountains of Rwenzori – a common site for ...
  • The magical return of Cantsbee silver-back – Rwanda gorilla safari news The historical Cantsbee silver-back in the Rwanda gorilla safari destination of Volcanoes National Park was reported by the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund trackers to have disappeared from his family on 10th October 2016 and following the extensive search, this mighty silverback was eventually declared dead. The surprising moment was on January 4th when the trackers encountered Cantsbee ...
  • The Habitats of Mountain gorillas – Uganda safari news Mountain Gorillas one of the subspecies of eastern gorilla are known to thrive only in three (3) countries on a world scale namely; Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda where they are explored on Uganda gorilla trekking safaris and tours. The habitats range in the hilly forested landscapes of the Albertine rift which is the ...
  • The scenic beauty of Murchison falls national park – Uganda safari news Standing to North east of the country, the Uganda Safari tour destination of Murchison Falls National Park is one the magical landscapes whose beauty has stood unmatched both in the ancient and contemporary times. The whole experience starts with the famous Nile River that bisects the park into the north and southern parts leaving one of ...
  • Prunus Africana; the remarkable flora of Uganda – Uganda safari news The Prunus Africana is recorded to be wide spread across the continent of Africa including Uganda where it is explored on Uganda Safaris and tours. This flora species stand as large diameter trees with beautiful crowns and the canopy that reaches 30 – 40m in elevation as viewed on tours in Uganda. It requires moist climate ...
  • Amabare g’mugore (Mugore rock); the historical sites of Uganda – Uganda safari news The Amabare g’ Mugore which literally translates into the rocks of Mugore are among the great but unexplored Uganda Safari tour sites positioned in Mugore Village, Kenshunga Sub county Kiruhura District. The site dates far back to the Chwezi era and has a lot of touching history behind it. Just like the whole of the Ankole ...
  • How are the Mountain gorillas counted – Uganda gorilla safari news The Mountain Gorillas which are known to be critically endangered world over and usually explored on gorilla safaris in Uganda and Rwanda always undergo census every after a period of five (5) years in an attempt to ascertain their current population. Unlike the humans who have got established settlements, the Mountain Gorillas thrive in dense forested ...
  • Uganda anticipates to Tap into the Nigeria catholic travel market Following the Uganda’s participation in the recently concluded Akwaaba travel Exhibition in Nigeria, the destination is optimistic that the turn up of Nigerians that will start planning religious tours to Uganda is likely to increase. The 12th Edition of the famous Akwaaba Exhibition was conducted at Eko Convention Center in the Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria and ...
  • The activities of pearl of Africa tourism expo launched – Uganda safari news The Uganda Tourism Body (UTB) which is the main public body responsible for marketing Uganda Safari and tour products officially disclosed the activities for the Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE) which is scheduled to run from Feb 17th – 19th 2017 at Kololo Independence grounds in Uganda’s capital Kampala. Noted to be among the East ...
  • CNN lists Rwanda among the 17 places to visit in 2017 – Rwanda safari news The destination Rwanda is recorded to have transformed considerably in the 21st Century from being home to one of the greatest human catastrophic events in 1994 – the genocide which left over 800,000 people dead to become one of the Africa’s safest destinations and make the Rwanda safaris and tours among the prominent Africa Safari ...

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