10 Travel Destinations to Visit in 2020
Rwanda may have been getting much of the gorilla-trekking attention recently, but its neighbour Uganda has also been steadily growing in tourism – visitors to this south-east-Africa state have increased 32 per cent in the past two years. It’s home to half of the world’s population of mountain gorillas, with whom humans share a surprising 98 per cent of our DNA. Safari enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that along with getting to know our animal brethren in the magically named Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, in Uganda you can also spot the big five; and hike the third-highest summit in Africa in the Rwenzori Mountains, far from the crowds climbing Kilimanjaro. Volcanoes Safaris has a series of lodges in Uganda;
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