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Uganda
Packing for a safari can be a challenge because of the weight restrictions that small charter aircraft place on your bags. The weight quickly adds up if you bring a tripod and telephoto lens. So choose all items carefully (most lodges and hotels have laundry facilities). This is not the terrain for a wheeled suitcase;...
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The Virunga Mountains at the borders of Rwanda, Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo are home to around 480 mountain gorillas, more than half of the world’s entire population. The rest live in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda. In Volcanoes National Park, the Rwandan part of Virungas, ten gorilla groups are now habituated for gorillas...
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by Lesli Heron 1. Best for first-timers: Kenya Why? A long-established safari scene, superb wildlife and plenty of options for all budgets. How? For the best introduction, book a safari that combines the Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru with somewhere more off-the beaten track like Samburu or the Aberdares. When? Avoid the rainy season by...
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by Wendy Fougner For years I have wanted to travel to Africa and witness mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. This past December on a trip through Southern Africa, Bruce and I embarked on two gorilla trekking tours, one in Uganda, the other in Rwanda. Being just inches away from mountain gorillas was a truly...
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By Lesli Heron Tourists visiting Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda will no longer have to pay for separate visas for all three countries, as the East African single tourist visa came into effect on January 1, 2014. The East African single tourist visa will allow a tourist to enter any of the three countries that issued the visa and move...
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