Activities at queen Elizabeth national park

Activities at queen Elizabeth national park Activities at queen Elizabeth national park : Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most amazing wildlife destinations in Uganda. The national park has gained fame for its tree climbing lions in the Ishasha sector. It is the only national park where you will get to see tree climbing during your visit in Uganda. Queen Elizabeth national park is located in the western region of Uganda, in the district of Kasese. The national …

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What to do in bwindi impenetrable national park

What to do in bwindi impenetrable national park Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of the most visited national parks on the African Continent. The national park which is located in Southwestern Uganda is one of the world’s top destinations for gorilla trekking activities. A lot of visitors are reported to fly into the country to track the endangered species of Mountain gorillas that live within the dense forests of Bwindi. Bwindi impenetrable National Park is part of the popular …

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Congo visa

 Congo  visa  Congo visa, Visitors planning to travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo will have to acquire a visa in order to get entry into the country. The Democratic Republic of Congo is located in Central Africa, covering an area of 2,345,409 Square kilometres. It is among one of the biggest countries on the African Continent. Visitors travelling to Congo are granted visas depending on the purpose of your visit, for instance business purposes, vacation/holidays, medical treatment, sports competitions, …

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The river nile

The river nile The Nile River in Africa is the longest river in the world measuring at about 6,650 kilometers in length. The Nile’s journey starts in Lake Victoria, Africa’s biggest Lake. The river and its  tributaries run through eleven countries which include; Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, the Republic of Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea and finally Egypt; before it finally reaches  the Mediterranean Sea. Along its path, it brings life across the North-eastern …

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facts about Akagera national park

facts about Akagera national park facts about Akagera national park: A Brief History of Akagera National Park. Akagera National Park is by far the biggest national park in Rwanda, covering an area of 1,122 square kilometers. The national park previously covered 2,500 square kilometers but later reduced following the return of Rwandan refugees who had fled the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. Akagera National Park was first established in 1934 by the Belgian colonial government in order to protect and conserve most …

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