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D. Laird, UK

Very many thanks for organizing a wonderful holiday in Uganda – everything has changed so much (for the better) since I lived and worked in Kampala in the late 80s. All three of us thoroughly enjoyed our trip and were amazed at the amount of wildlife that was to be seen. Our holiday was made […]

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Robert Silon, USA

Let me start by saying my family and I enjoyed the safari immensely. The Gorilla Forest Camp was a wonderful experience. The staff, accommodations, the food, all were exceptional. Mihingo Lodge may be the most exquisite accommodation we have ever stayed, bar none. The setting, the rooms, the view was unparalleled and the food was […]

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Mr and Mrs Thurgood, UK

A very big thank you for organizing such a brilliant holiday for us! All of our trip went exactly to plan and Richard was great, nothing was ever to much trouble for him, a really lovely man. The gorilla trek was really hard but worth every step! We loved all the lodges and the food […]

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G. Johnston, Czech Republic

Last Friday evening I stayed one night at your lodge in Budongo and then went chimp tracking the following morning. I’d like to say that I enjoyed it very much and was fortunate enough to see a group of chimps. My guide, Sauda, was very well informed and enthusiastic and the experience was everything I […]

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Priya Kuladeva, Malaysia

It was a beautiful experience and we will never forget our close encounters with the primates. Never in my life did we think we would be able to see the chimps up close and witness the Silverback back in the manner that we did. We highly recommend Gerald (our driver and naturalist) as he was […]

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S. Gonor, Canada

First of all, it was a great trip! The accommodations were excellent, as was the food. The places I liked the best were Mantana and Engagi, mainly because of the beautiful settings. I LOVED Engagi. Beki, my guide, was a nice guy, and very efficient. I enjoyed listening to all his Congolese music as we […]

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