Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is old, complex, and biologically rich. It is also home to half the world’s remaining mountain gorillas. Bordering the Democratic Republic of Congo and located in the southwestern corner of Uganda,
An Impenetrable Dream. Trekking Gorillas In Uganda’s Bwindi Forest National Park.
We skirt around the corner down a rather narrow road that leads right into the pulsating heart of the city. With one hand on my camera, I try to capture the passing sights, holding on
Looking back at my travel experiences of the past few years, there are certainly some adventurous moments that stand out as highlights and that I would like to recommend in my African Wish List for
Have you heard of the incredible 7 Summits Africa Challenge? Set to achieve a world record, the goal is for 7 mountaineers to summit 7 mountains in Africa over a period of 7 weeks, and for
Uganda. – Remembering my time in Uganda and the special visit to Frida in her village above Bunyonyi Lake near the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, where we trekked to see those precious Gorillas. The amazing 87 years
Uganda. – I wrote this piece for On Route Magazine a while ago, talking about how opting to do an overland trip to see the gorillas had allowed me to fulfil a long standing dream, at the
Uganda. – Uganda, referred to by Winston Churchill as ‘the Pearl of Africa’, is a lush land of rolling hills and diverse landscape, of lakes and mountains, with friendly people to enhance every moment spent there.
Uganda. – Almost exactly a year ago, I enjoyed an experience of a lifetime. Gorilla Trekking in Uganda. Interestingly, I never posted much on my blog back then, but would now like to share a