Conservation Through Public Health was established with its main objective of contributing to wildlife research, sustainable conservation and development initiatives, with local communities acting as stewards of their environment.
Uganda lies alongside the equator and it’s one of the most attractive countries in Africa. It boasts more bird species than any other country in Africa with a national list of more than 1000 species recorded, contributing to more than 10% of the world’s bird species.
Queen Elizabeth National Park’s diversity in wildlife is outstanding. The park’s biome boasts 95 mammal species, 20 predators and over 611 bird species, making the park a birder’s paradise.
Rwanda is known as the “Land of a Thousand Hills” – an endless expanse of lush vegetation and mountainous terrain, a diverse natural beauty that lies within the great lakes region of central Africa.
A memorable experience with our closest relatives, the chimpanzees, will require the expertise and confidence of a host company and guide, such that Range Land Safaris provides