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Trekking With the Gorillas of Rwanda

If there is a safari that brings you any closer, on foot, to wild beasts capable of mauling you, I’m not sure I care to be on it. One second you are bushwhacking through thickets of bamboo in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, pulling yourself up a steep lava slope, toehold to toehold. The next, you turn a ...
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Top 15 things to do in Watamu, Kenya

Watamu is a small town located approximately 105 km north of Mombasa and about 15 km south of Malindi on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya. It lies on a small headland, between the Blue Lagoon and Watamu Bay. Watamu has a stunning beauty of beaches where you can relax and enjoy as the sun sets ...
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Kalagala Falls

The falls are an amazing attraction in Kayunga District in central Uganda. It is taken to be a new tourist route, where one can see a true picture of tropical Africa because of the undisturbed and unique setting and the environment. Apart from the falls themselves, there is one of the most striking rapids along ...
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Amabere ga Nyinamwiru

Locally referred to as ‘Breasts of Nyinamwiru they are located about 10 km west of Fort portal town in Kabarole district in Nyakasura caves. Like most of the nature land formation, the features there have strong history and cultural attachments of myths that surround them. There are several versions of the stories and legend. It ...
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Amabere ga Mugore

The word Amabere in Runyankole means Breasts and Omugore means the Bride. So, Amabere ga mugore means the bride’s breasts. They are located in Nyakashashara sub-county, Nyabushozi county, Kiruhura district, these gigantic rocks are aligned like a procession of a bridal entourage hence the reference made of them as “the stones of a bride'.  The ...
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Azizi Life Experiences

Azizi Life Experiences is a social enterprise that runs Community Based Tourism in partnership with local Artisans. It is located in the south of Rwanda in a town called Muhanga, just one hour drive from Kigali. Our mission is to enable visitors to Rwanda to fully participate in rural life so that all people involved end ...
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Kihingami Ecotourism site

With many birds in the Albertine Rift, Kihigami wetland is also a home to different bird species. This site can be visited with other sites like Sebitoli (part of Kibale Forest National Park) and other sites in and around the park. The ecotorism site was established by Kabarole Tours, a local tour operator based in Fort ...
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Mangoose tracking, Uganda

The first detailed observations of banded mongoose behaviour and ecology were made at Mweya by Ernest Neal of Uganda Institute of Ecology in the late 1960s, followed by Jon Rood of the Smithsonian Institute and early 1970s. The Banded Mongoose Research Project (BMRP) uses the Mweya mongoose population as a model system to investigate the evolution ...
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Uyole cultural tourism enterprises

We people of Uyole Mbeya we are delighted to welcome you to the green city of Tanzania with its marvelous lake Ngozi where you can experience the real safwa and nyakyusa culture and enjoy tropical vegetation. Lake Ngozi crater is roughly 15 km southeast of the city of Mbeya, and 38 km South of Mbeya, ...
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Busegera Millennium Villages

The Mayange cluster is located in the Bugesera district of Rwanda, about 40km south of the capital Kigali. In a country known as the “pays des mille collines” (land of 1,000 hills), the terrain around Mayange is flatter and drier than the rest of the country and has traditionally been reserved for pastoral uses. The ...
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