Ecotourism in Uganda looks at conserving and protecting the country’s natural resources found in its national parks, lakes, rivers, swamps, mountains, reserves, preserving those resources in their natural form for future generations, as well and improving the life of the surrounding local communities around.
Trekking silverback gorillas in the jungle is one of the most humbling experiences for all visitors who have had the opportunity to go gorilla tracking in Africa. If you plan to go, make sure to book your gorilla permit early to secure your gorilla safari.
Ranked at the top of most bucket list adventures to East Africa, gorilla trekking is an amazing experience as well as an important tool to save the critically endangered mountain gorillas and their habitat.
Beginning in 2007, cycling tours in Rwanda offer a fascinating adventure pursuit that every traveler should not miss out in Rwanda. Whereas Rwanda has well been known for mountain gorillas in the Volcanoes National Park, cycling is yet a charming endeavor and worth doing.
When you think of gorilla trekking in Uganda, you think expensive, right? But did you know that you could trek Uganda’s mountain gorillas on a budget? It’s very possible and Gorilla Trek Africa will tell you why:.
Shared by Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Virunga conservation area is a supreme tourism spot in Africa offering a one-of-a-kind experience to travellers.
Trekking mountain gorillas is highly thought of as an experience of a lifetime, but knowing the best time to trek these endangered species is essential.