Tracking gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and trekking the Mgahinga Volcano


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March 14th 2010
Published: March 17th 2010
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There are highlights I've got one my wishlist, and some I simply don't have on my wishlist. Few months ago, Uganda was nothing close to my radar of things to do. But than, after a drink with a friend, the idea of Jinja came...followed by a visit to the Gorillas. There are currently only 720 mountain gorillas left in the wild. The good news is that this is a serious increase from few years back. ... Read Full Entry



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17th March 2010

Oh Peter, I am jealous. I was in Uganda in '99 but it was a really terrible time then. Some tourists had just been killed at Bwindi and I decided against going. Thank you for sharing this blog.
18th March 2010

an experience to remember!
Wow, what a great experience. That little cub is sooooo cute! Seems like you had a fantastic time with the gorillas and truly something to remember forever! Stay well and happy travels, Donna and Neil x
18th March 2010

Amazing
Looks wonderful. Something we have always wanted to do.
19th March 2010

Wow! I think I'd cut off my right arm to do that. My dream was always to swim with Dolphins. I did that. Now I dream of doing this. Thanks for sharing with us. Darren
19th March 2010

Amazing
You're very lucky. This is very high on my wish list - one day one day. Thank you for the amazing photos.
31st May 2011
Early morning on the road to Bwindi Impenetrable forest

Wow
So moody, just beautiful

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