chimpanzee grooming, kibale national park

Chimpanzee grooming interactions during a Chimpanzee tracking experience.

Chimpanzees grooming involves removing pieces of dirt, plants, dried skin, bugs and insects from the hair or body of another chimpanzee or off of themselves using their mouth, teeth or hands. Chimpanzees grooming behavioral interaction can be observed on some occasions during Chimpanzee tracking.

MV Kalangala ferry services

MV Kalangala temporarily halts operations

MV Kalangala, the vessel which plies the Nakiwogo -Lutoboka route, suspended operations yet again on March 6 to allow it undergo servicing. Unlike the servicing of the vessel which focused on maintenance and repairing of its hull (underside of the vessel) last year, the scheduled exercise will entail overhauling its engine, according to Mr Sadala...

Uganda Visa and Entry Requirements

UGANDA VISA AND ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Visas and Passes Any person intending to enter into Uganda should do so only for lawful purposes and in accordance with national immigration laws, guidelines and formalities.    All visa prone nationalities must obtain Uganda visas to facilitate their entry into the country. Uganda visas may be obtained at Uganda missions abroad or...

climbing routes on mount kenya

Climbing Routes on Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya climbing Routes There are three main routes, which penetrate the forest and the moorland. The routes are Naromoru route, Sirimon route and Chogoria route and each of which has something different to offer.  The Trek Mount Kenya Climbing Expeditions has offers for the below hiking routes. It is possible to combine hiking Mt....

best national parks to visit

Best national parks to visit in Africa

KAMPALA – Africa is known for its magical national parks and game reserves, which offer absolutely a lifetime African safari experience. A visit to any one of the pristine parks in Africa lets you to immerse yourself into Africa’s wilderness paradise with a chance to explore iconic tourist attractions. According to the Africa Safari Blog, here...