Monthly Archives: November 2011

Nature gets top billing at Rhythm in the Rainforest

The insect crescendo reached fever pitch as the light darkened. We could not see the sun anyway, as we were in the middle of a rainforest, but we knew night was falling as the hum of crickets around us grew …

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Akagera to reintroduce Lion and Rhino

Rwanda is bringing Lions and Rhinos from South Africa to help restock their wildlife after widespread poaching as a result of devastating conflict in the 1990s depleted local populations. The animals will be relocated to Akagera National Park, a savannah …

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The Silence of Elephants

It’s hard to imagine how quiet Elephants can be until one sneaks up on you. Their enormous padded feet softly sink into the ground with each step, and you don’t hear them coming until they are almost on top of …

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Enjoy a $400 discount on a Gorilla safari

Thanks to a special promotion from the Uganda Wildlife Authority offering discounts on tracking certain Gorilla groups in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, we are happy to announce an amazing $400 per person discount on our ‘A Week on the Wild Side‘ …

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