Volcanoes Safaris in the Press

Ape Expectations

It’s  Saturday morning in downtown Kigali and the streets are curiously empty. There are no cars roaring along the smooth Tarmac roads, and only a few people milling in manicured parks. There’s not a spot of litter, either. No chewing gum underfoot. It’s not what you expect in a capital city. But Rwanda is full […]

The Sentinel

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Gorilla trekking in Rwanda and Uganda: heading into the mist

There’s only one place in the world where you can look at mountain gorilla in the eye, Where you can see downy-furred kids giggle mischievously as they tumble in the tress, attempting to do handstands while adults watch peacefully on. Where you’re able to witness teenagers grab branches in their fists and playfully poke each […]

London Evening Standard

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