Gorilla Tourism – Conservation Of Mountain Gorillas

17 Mar No Comments admin Gorilla Travel, Gorillas

After the  discovery of mountain gorillas over two decades by Europeans, it prompted the government of Belgian government to create the Albertine National Park in 1925 which is now the virunga conservation park. The population of gorillas in this park was stable until 1960 when a census was undertaken by

Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safaris

7 Mar No Comments admin Gorillas

Why gorilla safari in Rwanda? Partaking a gorilla safari in Rwanda is one the most adventurous activity you will ever do on the African continent as a whole. A part from Rwanda, you will also undertake this activity in Uganda, in the National Parks of Bwindi Impenetrable and Mgahinga gorilla

Gorilla Conservation In Uganda & Rwanda

9 Dec No Comments admin Gorillas

Eco-tourism has been encouraged as a way to conserve mountain gorillas however, despite the success of eco-tourism there are still various threats to the ongoing survival of mountain gorillas in the wild. The Rwandan conflicts foristance had several repercussions in the Virunga National Park. The Bwindi population is however more

The Bushmeat Crisis and Conservation

3 Jul No Comments admin Gorillas

One of the main threats to gorillas is hunting for their meat or accidental entrapment in snares set for other species. While the YoG strongly opposes any such activities in relation to gorillas and other endangered species, there is also a traditional component to the hunting of forest animals. Wildlife

Habituated Gorilla Families In Uganda

Mountain gorillas are the most tourist attractions in Uganda and Uganda is regarded as the best gorilla safari destination in the world. The majority of Uganda’s gorillas live in Bwindi impenetrable national park a World Heritage Site and the most attractive Ugandan park hosting over 400 individuals and Mgahinga gorilla