Chimp Habituation in the Gorge-Semuliki
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Before wild chimps are opened to visits by tourists, its resident chimps undergo a two year habituation phase that makes them friendlier to tourists. During this guided adventure in a gorge at the heart of Semuliki National Park, you will experience what happens behind the scenes as rangers’acquaint these primates with human behavior.
Canoe cruise on Lake Mulehe Southern Sector of Bwindi
Posted by: superbeo /99
Over 20,000 years ago, volcanic eruptions set Virunga region on fire, creating tranquil crater lakes that nature has continued to beautify. One such is Lake Mulehe, a scenic freshwater lake in Kisoro District, not so far with Uganda’s border with Rwanda.
Bush breakfast in Murchison Falls National Park or Queen Elizabeth National Park
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If you want a fulfilling outdoor culinary encounter that blends modern dining with old ways in the middle of the bush, we can make that dream come true as you explore Murchison falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park or Lake Mburo National Park.
Budongo forest (chimp trekking and bird watching)
Posted by: superbeo /89
Budongo has an extensive trail system that stretches to a length of 115 km. It is well maintained and evenly spread throughout the forest. This eases accessibility of the different corners of the reserve where forest walks, chimp tracking and birding excel.
Bird watching in Semuliki Reserve
Posted by: superbeo /94
Formed 22–25 million years ago, Semuliki is a convergence of extensive miles of well conserved habitats. These include moist semi deciduous forests, aquatic arenas like ox-bow lakes, iron wood-dominant woodland, open savannahs, mountain parks and patches of swamp forest.
Birdwatching in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
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Don't be deceived into thinking too little of Mgahinga as a bird watching destination—because of its petite size 33.7Km2. Its three mountains are strategically located in Virunga Region, a geographical setting that experiences a cool-friendly weather that attracts 179-184 recorded bird species every year.
Batwa trail in Mgahinga
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Before Mgahinga National Park was gazzeted in the early 90's, it was home to the Batwa, a forest chiefdom that is now considered endangered due to their population below 350. During the three centuries of their stay here, they relied on it for day-to-day survival.