Unique African Cultural Safaris: Uganda

Sezibwa Falls Uganda

Cultural Safaris In Uganda Cultural Safaris in Uganda offer tourists a great opportunity to discover unique traditions, norms, cultures, dances, lifestyles and so much more. When it comes to adventures in Uganda, tourists enjoy more than wildlife viewing experiences. Over 65 tribes all peacefully live in one country- Uganda and interestingly, Ugandans are among a few friendliest people in…

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Gorilla Trekking Tips: Best Time, Minimum Age, Cost, Fitness

Different stories have been told about gorilla trekking with some travelers describing it as a strenuous adventure. This has raised lots of questions such as how fit do I need to be for gorilla trekking? Does gorilla tracking require particular physical levels? It is true gorilla trekking in Uganda, Rwanda and D.R. Congo is a lifetime wildlife encounter but…

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What Makes Congo A Unique Safari Destination

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is the largest and the most populous nation in Central Africa. Lying astride the Equator, the D.R. Congo is remarkably a unique gorilla safari destination in Africa. All the two sub-species of Eastern gorilla- Mountain gorillas and Eastern Lowland gorillas call the D.R. Congo a home making it a unique destination of…

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Packing For An African Safari

African Safari

Packing for an African safari is so different from packing for other ordinary trips and most often, first-time travelers face challenges. There are several things to be put into consideration while on an African safari and essentially, safari-goers have to observe weight restrictions- a typical weight restriction is 15kgs per tourist and this should include camera equipment plus carry-ons….

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List of Top Places to Visit in Uganda

What are the most exciting wildlife places in Uganda? Uganda being the pearl of Africa offers the best wildlife destination. Many places have been gazetted and made amazing homes to different wildlife species hence easing conservation and sustainability.  Wildlife places have been categorized into national parks where animals are left to roam aimlessly, reserves, and other protected areas. Uganda…

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Tembe Elephant Park

Established in 1983, Tembe Elephant National Park is one of South Africa’s most spectacular national parks. This 3012 ha (300 square kilometers) game reserve in Maputaland, KwaZulu Natal South Africa was established to offer refuge to elephants that used to migrate between Maputaland and southern Mozambique. It lies next to Ndumo game reserve and it was developed by Tembe…

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Agulhas National Park South Africa

Agulhas National Park is located in the extreme southern part of Africa just at the meeting point between Atlantic and Indian Oceans. It makes up a section of the Cape Floral Kingdom UNESCO World Heritage Site. This park was named by the early Portuguese navigators who came to Africa in the 15th century while on their safari to the…

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Gonarezhou National Park Zimbabwe

With an area of 5053 square kilometers (1951 square miles), Gonarezhou National Park is Zimbabwe’s second-largest Protected Area after the popular Hwange National Park and is situated within the remote corner of south-eastern Zimbabwe in Masvingo Province, on the southern side of Chimanimani on the border of Mozambique. Gonarezhou National Park was gazetted in 1975 by combining the former…

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Matobo National Park Zimbabwe

This UNESCO World Heritage Site was established in 1926 as Rhodes Matopos National Park, making it the oldest park in the country and covers a total area of 424 square kilometers (164 square miles) along the Maleme, Thuli, Mpopoma, and Mtshelele River Valleys within the Matobo District of Zimbabwe. This park forms the essential part of Matobo or Matopos…

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