Site Statistics

Unique Visitors Today:
0
Page Views Today:
0
Unique Visitors this Week:
0
Page Views this Week:
0
Unique Visitors this Month:
0
Page Views this Month:
0
Total Unique Visitors:
22
Total Page Views:
39
Total Hits Out:
62
Traffic Chart

Latest Blog Posts for Gorilla Safari Africa

  • Lake Nkugute
    on Sep 30, 2011 in Uganda Safaris
    Lake Nkugute is a volcanic lake created over 12,000 years ago when the  Bunyaruguru volcanic fields erupted. It is a lake with breathtaking views and full of folklore.  It is a lake that is full of mystery and has been the subject of many tales tha...
  • Mountain gorilla trekking Guidelines
    on Apr 8, 2011 in Uganda Safaris
    Mountain gorilla tracking is one of the most awe inspiring wildlife experience as you climb up and down the steep slopes of the vine clad Bwindi impenetrable forest in Uganda or the Virunga mountains of Rwanda’s Parc Des Volcans. This activity...
  • African’s Best Safari Combinations
    on Apr 8, 2011 in Uganda Safaris
    Africa has some of the most beautiful sceneries, created by a blend of wildlife and vegetation ranging from the dry and desert regions of the sahara in the north, through savanah grasslands in the semi arid regions that stretch from east Africa to th...
  • The rape of Africa’s raptors
    on Dec 6, 2010 in Uncategorized
    When you hear the word raptor, your mind is often taken back to gory and tense scenes from the Jurassic Park movies. Today’s raptors did in fact evolve from dinosaurs, but these are birds of prey with a hooked upper beak, powerful feet, unbelievabl...
  • Drought takes its toll on Lake Mburo Park
    on Dec 24, 2009 in Uncategorized
    As drought worsens in south-western Uganda, local pastoralists herd thousands of cattle through Lake Mburo National Park to access the area’s only constant water supply, resulting in the detriment of natural vegetation and increased risks of zootox...
  • The Batwa and an NGO clash over EU project
    on Dec 6, 2009 in Uncategorized
    The Batwa are a pygmy tribe in the western region of Uganda who still live a pre-historic lifestyle – a life of hunting and gathering in search of food for survival. However, these people were located in some the protected areas of Uganda such...
  • Making the most out of tourism related business
    on Mar 17, 2009 in Uganda Safaris
    Kampala At 7:30 every morning Mr Jonathan Wright is at his Uganda safari company office where he reads and answers his mails. He then conducts a meeting with his sales and marketing staff, brainstorming and developing ideas on how to better his var...
  • Uganda
    on Dec 13, 2008 in Uncategorized
    THE MINISTRIES OF HEALTH AND TOURISM NEED TO START FIXING ROADS Uganda is seeing a lot of changes in terms of infrastructure development and this can be seen in the area of road construction, be it that they are in a sorry state most of the time. It...
  • Need for Wildlife conservationWe all romanticize Africa which represents wildness and space, vast horizons and shimmering red sunsets, powerful images we do not want shattered. Overall, the variety and abundance of wildlife in Africa, as elsewhere around the world, is shrinking f...
  • Hello world!
    on Sep 4, 2008 in Uncategorized
    Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it and start blogging!
Loading Comments...

Comments

{ds_PageTotalItemCount} commentcomments
{pvComments::date}
{pvComments::comment}

Post a Comment

Close