Uganda + Rwanda Holidays 2015
Gorilla Tracking Tours in Rwanda & Uganda
Mountain Gorilla Trekking is one of the best tourist attractions in East Africa. A wildlife safari to Uganda or Rwanda is really not complete without Gorilla Tours. Mountain Gorillas live in Uganda's Bwindi impenetrable forest and Rwanda's Volcanoes national Park and some parts of Eastern Congo at the border with Uganda and Rwanda, it is more safe to see gorillas in Rwanda or Uganda than Congo -
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The three major Gorilla tracking parks are located in the same region bordering Uganda, Rwanda and DR Congo separated only separated by Mountain ranges and national boundaries.
Uganda is relatively small in relation to other African countries with an incredible concentration of culture, wildlife and dramatic landscapes. A good infrastructure and road network make travel to and within the country simple - you can reach the major sites comfortably within a day of one another making even the shortest visit to Uganda a multifaceted experience.
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Popular Gorilla Treks - Uganda Rwanda below:
In Uganda, Gorilla trekking is experienced at the magnificent Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, home to almost half the number (approx 350) of mountain gorillas in the whole world. Bwindi remains the only National Park in the whole world where chimpanzees co-exist with mountain gorillas. Gorilla trekking in Rwanda takes you to Volcanoes National Park in the Northern part of Rwanda "land of a thousand hills". Tracking mountain gorillas in Rwanda is so attractive because the vegetation in the park is not so thick making it less strenous to find the Gorillas.
Except Gorilla trekking, Uganda and Rwanda offer other captivating tourist attractions not to mis when planning an african safari. For more information, please Contact us »
Uganda and Rwanda are perfect tour destinations for wildlife enthusiasts. The two countries boast the biggest concentrations of African primates; including the endangered mountain gorillas. You have a chance to see lots of other African wildlife when you tour Uganda or Rwanda.
Rwanda has 3 major conservation areas presently: Akagera Park national park, Volcanoes National Park and Nyungwe Forest. In these three parks, each protects a different ecosystem along with a group of big mammals. There are 10 official National Parks in Uganda and many other Conservation Areas where you will find an abundance of wildlife and birds; the number of wild animals in Uganda's national parks has surged over the past 10 years due to strict conservation policies observed.
Recommended Wildlife Tours, Uganda and Rwanda:
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With its infinite tribes, East Africa has a lot to offer on a culture tour; from the fascinating masai of Kenya, the Karamajongs in Uganda and the beautiful cultural dances in Rwanda. A culture safari in East Africa takes you to mix with the local people as they go about their social activities like wedding ceremonies, circumcicision among other activities. Below are some of our popular culture tours in Uganda and Rwanda:
East Africa is a very diverse place in terms of culture; the prehistory of Africa indicates the first emergence of Homo sapiens in East Africa. According to paleontology, the early hominids' skull anatomy was similar to the gorilla and chimpanzee, great apes that still exist in East Africa and you have a chance to see gorillas on our wildlife safaris in Uganda and Rwanda.