The control of Poaching has increased more gorilla safaris in Uganda and Rwanda-Rwanda safari News
Poaching in Uganda and Rwanda prohibited and therefore people suspected doing this activity are always arrested and sometimes killed. This has therefore reduced the activity hence increasing the number of gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda. This has therefore attracted very many gorilla trekking safaris in Uganda and Rwanda to track these rare and interesting animals.
The strict laws against poaching have helped reduced the act in Uganda and Rwanda and this has therefore made Uganda and Rwanda peaceful countries and the only habitants of the rare mountain gorillas among all countries. This has therefore registered the increase of gorilla safaris in Uganda and Rwanda hence boosting the tourism sector in these countries through the revenues earned.
Gorilla tracking is the most interesting activity that tourists want to carry out while on their safaris in Uganda and Rwanda. This is so interesting since in each park it is a different experience and different groups of gorillas are tracked. This gives tourists on Uganda and Rwanda gorilla safaris a new and unique experience each time they go trekking hence attracting them for more safaris to Uganda and Rwanda.
Gorilla trekking in Uganda is carried out in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. In Rwanda gorilla tracking is done in Volcanoes National Park and Dian Fossey with a group of gorillas. It is so nice tracking in all places to get something different therefore enjoying your Uganda safaris and Rwanda safaris.
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