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Tourism in East African Countries Rise after the Ebola Epidemic

Taking after the late Ebola crisis on the continent, over 9000 people died sending the picture of Africa to grass. Africa’s tourism sector was destroyed vigorously with most visitors cancelling their safari plans. According to Basudde Paul of African Jungle Adventures Ltd, it was more awful than September 11 attack on the World Trade center, […]

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Amazing Wildlife Tour in Akagera National Park – Rwanda

Akagera Park is located to the east of Rwanda, on the border of Tanzania. This is the Akagera River separating the two countries. From Kigali, it takes about two hours drive to reach the park. Akagera National Park was established in 1934. At that time, the park was nearly 2700 km². Following the genocide in […]

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A Visit to Mugongo Town

Great excitement arriving Wednesday mid-morning to Mugongo. (The place is difficult to access. Route 20 kms by bus from Gisenyi (direction Musanze) to the intersection Kabari. Then, on the left, followed by motorcycle track that goes up to 7 km Mugongo). Here in Mugongo has lived for more than forty years a remarkable American woman […]

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Visit to Gisenyi Town

Completely different atmosphere in Gisenyi I arrived late Monday afternoon. The ban (for cooperating VSO) to travel in the region was lifted last month. The city is quiet. And he reigns at Lake Kivu as in the streets of the city center, a languid tropical climate. Gisenyi (now Rubavu – but everyone continues to call […]

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Amazing week trip to the land of a thousand hills

Between Nyagatare and Kigali, Musanze and Gisenyi, to Mugongo and Kibuye, I had the chance to go for days on foot, by bike and bus, splendid roads in the heart of Rwanda. Here is the story of my journey in the Northern and Western Provinces, two regions where the atmosphere is quite different from Nyagatare. […]

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Uganda Wildlife and Mountain Gorillas

The Kazinga channel is a natural channel 36 km long between Lake George and Lake Edward. Crossing the speedboat channel activity that wins the most successful at Mweya. Aboard the star, you can safely observe elephants, hippos, Nile crocodiles and a large number of waterfowl (slats Skimmer African, African fishing eagles, cormorants, jabirus of Africa, […]

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Mountain Gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda

There are about 650 to 700 mountain gorillas in the world according to the latest population survey in 2006. They are shared by three countries, Rwanda, Uganda and Congo, but are all in the same conditions: the Virunga Conservation Area. Gorillas can live up to 45 years and the male to the money back, the […]

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TripAdviser Picks Uganda National Park

Tripadvisor has awarded the 2014 Certificate of Excellence to Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park found in western Uganda in the districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Bushenyi and Rukungiri. This implies Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) has consistently received great feedback from TripAdvisor travelers. According to the certificate signed by Marc Charron the Tripadvisor President for Business, […]

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Uganda to host the 39th Africa Travel Association Congress

A heading international trade association promoting travel and tourism to Africa, the Africa Travel Association (ATA), finished up a five-day last preparation of its weeklong congress slated to be hosted in Uganda from November 11 to 16. Throughout the most recent five years Uganda’s tourism industry has received the least arrival of tourists yearly in […]

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