Update on the Situation in Eastern DRC and Rwanda by now -December 2012

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M23 rebels leave Goma in eastern Congo
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There are continuous efforts to bring about stability in Goma city as well as North Kivu province that lies in the Eastern province of the Democratic republic of Congo.fter the December 2nd incidence in Parc National des Volcans, reports show that the park remains calm as well as stable and gorilla tracking safari activities have kept running smoothly without interruption every day in all the national park areas.

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All concerned parties such as the DRC government, the  M24 rebels, the Rwanda and Uganda governments are holding talks in Uganda and seemingly they are achieving progress toward permanent peace in the region- a great achievement for the uganda safari industry and the region (Rwanda,DRC, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda) safari/tourism  industry at large.

Diplomatic missions have continuously assessed the situation on ground and we too as Prime Uganda Safaris and Tours have visited the park to check on the security situation in the area as its one of the best Gorilla safari destinations in Africa.

Updates from the UK and US travel advisories released three weeks back stated that tourists can now freely visit the park when they come to Africa for a safari. The Rwanda Development Board as well continued to assure tourists and the business community of their safety as they travel thought all parts of Rwanda thus this historical nation is worth a visit once in Africa so make it a point to safari in this area.

On this note Prime Uganda Safaris promises to keep all our clients updated in case of any new developments. We welcome all guests and clients on safaris to Africa thus kindly consult us for any inquiry on info@primeugandasafaris.com.

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