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Take A Wildlife Adventure to Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve - Kenya safari News

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Are you looking for a truly remarkable African wild experience? Come and explore Kenya’s magical Samburu National Reserve while enjoying a memorable Kenya safari . A wildlife safari Kenya takes you to numerous Kenya wildlife safari national parks and national reserves and Samburu National Reserve is one that shouldn’t be skipped on this safari to Kenya . Samburu National Reserve is found in Kenya which is located in the eastern region of the African continent along geographical co-ordinates of 03 o 37’5”N 31 o 31’48”E. Samburu National Reserve is located in central Kenya and its bordered by Buffalo springs national reserve in the south, West Gate Community Conservancy in the north west and Kalama Community Conservancy in the north. This reserve spans over a distance of 165sqkm. What does Samburu National Reserve have to offer? A Kenya wildlife tour to Samburu National Reserve puts you in a right position to have an intriguing encounter with the best of Africa wildlife as Sam

The Greatest Show Piece on The African Continent Is Here./ May the Best Nations Team Win!!

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Are you a football die hard enthusiast? Have you been dying of utmost boredom due to the end of a footballing season around the world especially in Europe and elsewhere? Well get you soccer jersey on and come with me on this African tou r odyssey to the biggest soccer show piece on African continent that has kicked off in the land of pharaohs Egypt as the proud host of this soccer showdown. Uganda cranes are in it to win it!! After a jinx of 39 years that had seen Uganda fail to qualify each time to the African cup of nations between 1978-2017. Uganda the pearl of Africa finally made it to the greatest African football tournament.  Just like a giver who never ceases to give, the Uganda cranes team have even this time round delivered Uganda to the continent’s footballing show piece and are in to ramble with other African soccer giants like Egypt who are 7 times African champions and D R Congo. With the ecstasy that has captivated Ugandans we are all revving about this achievement

The Ultimate Magical Uganda Adventure Spots - Uganda Safari News

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Have you been pondering about doing an African safari trip? Well, come with to this African odyssey journey to the pearl of Africa- Uganda. Here are the reasons you just have to undertake this Uganda safari tour . Enjoy magical moment with the Mountain Gorillas. Have you ever met the mountain gorillas before? Now a Uganda Safari gives you a moment of a life time as you in a prime position to do a wild Uganda gorilla trekking safari . A visit to Bwindi impenetrable national park Uganda is a wild Uganda gorilla safari adventure as Bwindi is home to 16 gorilla families. These are found in the four sectors of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park which are Ruhija with 3 families which are; Orozogo, Bitukura and Kyaguliro. In Buhoma sector there are 4 families which are Habibanja, Rushegura, Mubare and Katwe. Rushaga sector has 6 families which are Nshongi, Bweza, Kahugye, Busigye, Mishaya and Bikiyingi. In Nkuringo sector there are 3 families which are Nkuringo family, Bishaho family

A Uganda Gorilla Safari to Remember!! - Uganda Safari News

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Do you want to do a Uganda gorilla trekking tour in Bwindi but you just not into doing that long road drive? Well, here is a 3 Days Fly to Bwindi Gorilla Trekking Safari tour Uganda that will put you at ease. The 3-day Bwindi fly in and out Uganda gorilla safari takes you on an encounter with the world’s mountain giants the mountain gorillas in their natural habitat, Bwindi impenetrable national park. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park lies about 500km away from Kampala city Uganda’s capital. The impenetrable forests of Bwindi are home to over 400 individuals of these shy gentle mountain giants and this makes Bwindi impenetrable national park home to close to 50% of the entire world’s population of mountain gorillas. Other mammals that call this forest home chimpanzees, black and white colobus monkeys, red tailed monkeys, over 350 bird species, 350 bird species of which 23 species are endemic to the Albertine rift, 220 butterflies’ species, 27 species of lizards, geckos and cham

The Incredible 2 Day Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari Road Trip Via Rwanda Kigali -Uganda Safari News

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Have you thought of doing a Uganda short gorilla trekking safari to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park ? here is an amazing 2-day Bwindi gorilla trekking safari Uganda that will see to it that you have a fascinating time with the gorillas in Bwindi in only a 2-day gorilla trekking safari starting from Kigali Rwanda. What makes it an incredible Uganda safari tour road trip? This thrilling short Uganda tour Uganda road adventure begins with an early morning pickup from your hotel in Kigali or even Kigali international airport then strap in and enjoy an adventure of a lifetime, from the onset you drive through this nation of a thousand hills then along the roadside find men pushing bicycles loaded with farm produce like banana plantain headed for the nearby market centers, watch these natives till their farm lands and you will find young African children taking to their heels heading to nearby schools. This journey from Kigali is a very comfortable one as its done good tarmacked

2 Days Bwindi Gorilla Safari Uganda/2Days Uganda gorilla safari through the Kigali Airport Rwanda – Uganda Safari News

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Are you looking for a short Uganda gorilla safari in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park as you’re limited by time? Just seat back and relax, prepare your journey to the promised land, Rwanda where this short Uganda gorilla tour will start from. Rwanda is relatively closer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Uganda with a drive of about 4-5 hours’ compared to Kampala which takes about 9-10 hours’ to get to Bwindi Forest National Park . Beginning your Uganda gorilla safari in Kigali Rwanda saves you a lot of travel time hence increasing your time in this tropical paradise. Overview of your 2 Days Bwindi Gorilla Safari Uganda/2Days Uganda gorilla safari through the Kigali Airport Rwanda This 2 Days Uganda gorilla tour takes you to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a park that has been named as the most beautiful place on the planet by the renowned worldwide satellite cable news and travel television CNN . Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is home to over 400 mountain gorillas

Uganda’s Success Over the Ebola Epidemic - Uganda Safari News

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Uganda is always on the red alert for an Ebola outbreak crisis. Given Uganda’s location next to the neighboring D.R Congo which suffers from multiple relapses of the Ebola outbreak. Uganda has to always keep an eye on unfolding events about the Ebola disease in D.R. Congo. Even this time round when there happened to be an outbreak of Ebola in D.R Congo, the Uganda medical fraternity had to ready themselves to handle any eventuality that would come its way and it wasn’t long before Ebola victims came knocking on Uganda’s border in Kasese. The Ugandan ministry of health had to deploy a rapid response team to see to it that these patients are contained within a particular area so as to avoid further spread of this deadly viral disease to other Ugandans that live in the Kasese area. Since the outbreak of this disease in the month of June, there are only 3 victims that have succumbed to this disease and there no new recorded cases of Ebola highlighting Uganda’s global success in its c

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Gorilla Numbers On The Rise – Uganda Safari News

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For the news that the Uganda conservation world has been anxiously waiting for is about to arrive and prof. Ephraim Kamuntu minister of tourism in Uganda has given this part of Ugandan community a sneak pick into what everyone is hoping should be the news that the population of mountain gorillas in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Uganda conservation area have increased. This comes after the conclusion of a pain sticking task of carrying out a gorilla census in this park that has been going for quite some time now.  During the official opening of  the Third Meeting of the Parties of the Agreement on the Conservation of Gorillas and Their Habitats (Gorilla Agreement) in Entebbe, Tourism Minister Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu said “The Bwindi Impenetrable mountain gorilla population in western Uganda has increased significantly from the 2011 figures of 400,” he further added that the census results would soon be announced after genetic analysis was complete. All this comes after a similar