Volcanoes Safaris in the Press

Lions and gorillas and chimps – Oh my! Uganda checks plenty of boxes on the wildlife bucket list

Vancouver Courier, Christina Newberry March 2019 It’s 6 a.m. at Kyambura Gorge Lodge, just outside of Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park, and I can hear singing. Not being a morning person, I’ve declined a wake-up call, but I can just make out the melodic voice of Peace, the lodge’s personal butler, as she delivers fresh, local coffee to […]

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Adventure Time: 7 Off-The-Beaten-Path Destinations to Visit Now

Volcanoes Safaris Sinamatella Uganda Bwindi Exterior

Jetsetter, Chelsea Bengier Uganda Although Rwanda is known for its wildlife (especially the endangered mountain gorillas), neighboring Uganda is the quieter sibling that provides similar experiences for half the permit price. This lush land is rife with rolling tea plantations and rainforests. Stay at the Bwindi Lodge, where the suites feel more like tree houses hovering […]

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No monkey business with Kyambura Gorge ecotourism project

Volcanoes Safaris Kyambura Chimpanzee

Travel Bulletin Volcanoes Safaris has launched an ecotourism project in a bid to preserve Uganda’s Kyambura Gorge ecosystem. Known as the ‘Valley of the Apes’, Kyambura Gorge is home to a rich collection of wildlife including chimpanzees, red-tailed monkeys and over 100 species of birds. The Kyambura Gorge Ecotourism Project has played an integral role […]

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