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May
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Uganda Named Top Tourist Destination

Uganda has been selected as one of the top 10 international tourist destinations yet again. This was at the first Global Tourist Destination Carnival held in Haikou, the Capital of Hainan Province in People's Republic of China. The Carnival, set to be an annual event was organised by China Travel Service, a government of China ...

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May
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Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Groups

Rwanda’s Volcanoes national park today has a number of 10 habituated gorilla groups for visitors to see and one set aside for research from which the Kwita Izina baby gorilla naming ceremony are selected. This means, a number of 80 gorilla permits are available each day for tourists going watch gorillas on a single day. ...

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11

May
"Meeting those searching, intelligent eyes in a face that seems to reflect your own, is a powerful experience"

12 Mountain Gorilla Families in Bwindi Uganda

Over half the mountain gorilla population in the world lives Uganda. According to the November 2012 census results released by the Uganda Minister of Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities, Mountain Gorilla population is on the increase. There is a minimum of 400 gorillas from the 302 of 2006 in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park alone and about ...

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May
The stockpile of elephant ivory and rhino horn was believed to be the largest ever destroyed [Ben Curtis/AP]

Kenya burns 105 tonnes of ivory in bid to stop poaching

Kenya's president has set fire to 105 tonnes of elephant ivory and more than 1 tonne of rhino horn, in a statement against the trade in ivory and products from endangered species.   Uhuru Kenyatta put a flame to the biggest of 11 pyres of ivory tusks and one of rhino horn in a chilly ...

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