Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust is pleased to announce the launch of the Kyambura Lion Monitoring Project. Starting in July 2023 the Kyambura wildlife monitoring team, led by Dr Alexander Braczkowski, will collect data for African lion, leopard and spotted hyena over a 3 month period in Queen Elizabeth Conservation Area using a network of vehicles, and remote camera traps. This new project aims to establish […]
The Batwa Solar Power Project aims to provide access to electricity to the Batwa community near Mount Gahinga Lodge. The Batwa were displaced from the Mgahinga area in 1991 to create a national park for the gorillas. Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust built a permanent village for the Batwa community and their families. Electricity is the […]
Visit the Gorilla Health and Community Conservation Center in Buhoma, Bwindi for a behind the scenes tour of gorilla conservation and to gain an understanding of CTPH’s programs including gorilla health monitoring, community health and livelihoods.
The Virunga Lodge Solar Power project aims to provide access to electricity to local communities around Virunga Lodge. Electricity is the first step to improving the welfare of households, it is essential for a family to progress, to allow school-going children to read in the evening and for families to access information. Volcanoes Safaris has […]
The VSPT, in partnership with the Mvule Trust, constructed a tree nursery and conservation outreach program in the Kyambura area, located near Kyambura Gorge Lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda. The tree nursery aims to establish a large nursery of 400,000 indigenous trees on VSPT land adjacent to the national park. The young trees […]