Mountain Gorilla Information

Silverback Mizano

The gorilla is the largest of the great apes family and the most endangered specie. Compared to the chimpanzees, they resemble us in even more aspects.

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Gorilla Families in Rwanda

Habituated gorilla families in Rwanda There are seven gorilla families available for tourists to visit in Rwanda, with 8 tourists allowed per group. Let us introduce you to Rwanda’s Mountain Gorillas! Susa – this group of 41 gorillas is Rwanda’s largest. This family is the hardest to trek as they tend to range high into […]

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Gorilla Safari Information

Gorilla Family Bwindi National Park

No African safari tour is complete without seeing the Mountain Gorillas. Gorilla permits are available in Uganda and Rwanda.

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Gorilla Families in Uganda

Twin baby gorillas

With approximately 400 mountain gorillas living in the impenetrable forests, Uganda is home to more than half of the world’s total population of mountain gorillas.

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Gorilla Families in Rwanda

Silverback gorilla

Habituated mountain gorilla families in Rwanda.

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Gorilla Trekking Map Uganda

Gorilla Tracking Map

Gorilla Trekking Map of Bwindi National Park and Mgahinga National Park

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Zanzibar

Zanzibar

Most prominent of the Spice Islands, Zanzibar has a potent mix of history, legends and unique cultures. Visually stunning with exceptional natural beaches and the haunting architecture of Zanzibar town, the island has lured travelers to its shores for centuries.

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Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park

The ‘endless plains’ named Siringet by the wandering Masai, is a fitting title for these 14,763 sq km, that support 3 million mammals, upwards of 2 million of whom annually migrate in concentrated herds north across the Mara River. This ‘the last great spectacle of nature’ has a cast that includes around 1.3M Wildebeest, 0.3M […]

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Selous Game Reserve

Selous Game Reserve

At twice the size of Denmark, Selous (55,000 sq km) is the second largest ‘park’ in the world, said to be home to over one million mammals. Of this vast wilderness only the Beho Beho region, north of the Rufiji River is open to tourists. The best time is July-ctober, though precaution needs to be taken since the area is infested with the Tsetse.

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Oliver’s Camp Ruaha

Oliver’s Camp Ruaha

Remote Ruaha, covering some 12,950 sq km, 625 kms from Dar es Salaam, derives its name from the mighty Ruaha river that forms part of its South-eastern boundary. Ruaha can only be visited in the dry season July-December. The park’s altitude (750m – 1,900m) creates four different flora zones: river valleys, savannahs, moimba woodland and undulating bus country.

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Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro lies just 60 kms NW of Lake Manyara, 190 km W of Arusha and 145 km SE of The Serengeti. At the heart of this huge and diverse conservation area (8,288 sq km) lies the incomparable crater, once a young volcano that eventually collapsed leaving a perfect calder 18 kms across and 1 km […]

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Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Climbing the magnificent Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak is a prize sought after by many, and we can organise climbs of various duration. Over the years entrants have even included people disabled in different ways, whose charities have sponsored climbs.

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Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park

Close to Tarangire, 130 km W of Arusha, Manyara offers 325 sq km of incredible beauty set in diverse terrain, which includes open grasslands, forests and the dominant red western rift escarpment that provides a stunning backdrop to the Lake itself. In Manyara can be found resident Baboons, also Elephants, Hippo and ‘PlainsGame’. This wonderland […]

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Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park

Lying at an altitude of 1,380m, west of Mt. Kilimanjaro and at the foot of Mt. Meru, Arusha is ideally located as our Tanzanian base. All of the highlights of the northern circuits are easily accessed including Lake Manyara, Ngorongo, Tarangire and the world famous Serengeti. Tanzania’s capital Dar es Salaam translates to ‘haven of […]

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Gorilla Trekking Rules

Gorilla tracking in the forest

How to trek the Mountain Gorillas For those planning to do a mountain gorilla safari, the following briefing information applies, according to the Uganda Wildlife Authority‘s ‘Gorilla Rules’: Before departing on your gorilla trekking or gorilla tracking tour A maximum number of 8 visitors may trek to visit a group of habituated mountain gorillas per […]

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Gorilla Safari Information

MOUNTAIN GORILLA SAFARI UGANDA AND RWANDA No African safari tour is complete without seeing the Mountain Gorillas. Go on gorilla safari in Uganda or Rwanda! Experience an unforgettable meeting with these gentle apes yourself! A gorilla safari is easy to book and we would be happy to provide you with a suitable itinerary. Please check our […]

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