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19
Jun

Updates on Ebola

We still have clients travelling in the country safely and this is to let you know that the World Health Organization and the government are working very hard in this regard.
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08
May

Book Review: Gorillas in the Mist, by Dian Fossey

[ad_1] Dian Fossey was brutally murdered in 1985, her attacker or attackers splitting her skull with a machete, the type commonly used by poachers. She was found in the bedroom of her cabin in Virunga Mountains, Rwanda, and had apparently tried to load her pistol during the attack. To this day her killer or killers...
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08
May

Travel to Uganda – A Kingdom Of Birds

[ad_1] Uganda is an equatorial country with an amazing diversity of Habitats. Truly a Kingdom of Birds, Uganda hosts over 1000 bird species, both Albertine Rift endemics as well as rarities with half of the species known on the African continent, and over 10% of those on record throughout the entire world. For a birding...
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08
May

7 Impressive World Records

[ad_1] People really will do the darndest things in an effort to set a world record. From human deformities, to weird obsessions, to impressive accomplishments, here are 7 records worth noting. 1. Highest hot air balloon flight: The hot air balloon is the oldest successful human-carrying flight technology in the world. Today hot air balloons...
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08
May

What To Expect When Traveling To Uganda

[ad_1] Uganda is a landlocked country located in East Africa. It covers an area of 241,000 square kilometers. It has a population of 30 million people. There are many ethnic groups and the Buganda are the largest with a population 18 percent. This landlocked country gained independence in October 9, 1962. English is the official...
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08
May

African Safari Tips

[ad_1] A well-planned safari is often the vacation of a lifetime. Africa’s national parks and game reserves boast some of the best wildlife viewing, if not the best in the world. Here are a few tips to make sure your african safari is as enjoyable and hassle-free as possible. Passports and Visas Getting visa approval...
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08
May

Uganda Bwindi Park – New Mountain Gorilla Trekking Groups to Be Launched

[ad_1] Uganda is home to 14 species of primates, the best known, of course, the Mountain Gorillas, and several other species like chimpanzees and golden monkeys have also been habituated for easy access by tourists. Chimpanzee tracking can easily be done at several places across Uganda and even a quick visit from Entebbe to the...
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08
May

Songs of the Gorilla Nation

[ad_1] Songs of the Gorilla Nation, My Journey Through Autism by Dawn Prince-Hughes Phd. This is an interesting autobiography of a woman with Asperger’s Syndrome, and how her relationship with gorillas eased her acceptance into human society. Asperger’s was only classified as a dis-ability in 1994 and so we have the situation of people like...
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08
May

Book Review: Gorillas in the Mist, by Dian Fossey

[ad_1] Dian Fossey was brutally murdered in 1985, her attacker or attackers splitting her skull with a machete, the type commonly used by poachers. She was found in the bedroom of her cabin in Virunga Mountains, Rwanda, and had apparently tried to load her pistol during the attack. To this day her killer or killers...
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08
May

The Kenyan Believe in Ancestral Spirits

[ad_1] The extended family is the basis of the social structure in any Kenyan community. This is made up of relatives and friends from both the husband and wife’s side. It is not uncommon to find a nuclear family living with the extended family in the same compound. Most men when they marry, move the...
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