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11 Days Gorilla and Tanzania Safari
Our journey to the Mountain Gorilla land starts at 6:30 am soon after your breakfast. It takes us southwestwards passing through the equator in Masaka, to Mbarara town known as the ‘land of milk’.

5 Days Incredible Rwanda Safari
Gorilla Trekking, City Tour, Lake Kivu; a lake with very beautiful scenery

8 Days Wanderlust Safari
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Mt. Mgahinga National Park and Queen Elizabeth National park.

1 Day Kampala City Tour
Kampala is the capital city of Uganda and Uganda is known to many as the ‘Pearl of Africa’. Formerly known as the city of seven hills, Kampala now encompasses over 20 glorious beautiful hills. Kampala is a city of lovely people with genuine smiles as

 

Another rhino baby is born on Uganda’s sole rhino sanctuary

    Another rhino baby is born on Uganda’s sole rhino sanctuary
    NEW RHINO BABY AT ZIWA A SIGN OF CONTINUED CONSERVATION SUCCESS

    Good news coming from Uganda’s sole rhino sanctuary, Ziwa, that another ‘arrival’ was recorded by the sanctuary staff. Nandi, one of the initial females brought to the sanctuary when it was established, gave birth to what appears to be another healthy male calf. This returns the overall number of rhinos on the Ziwa Sanctuary of the Rhino Fund Uganda to 15, after earlier in the year one of the adult males succumbed to injuries sustained during a fight with another rhino.

    Rhino Fund Uganda is a private NGO which was established for the purpose of re-introducing rhinos to Uganda and under a breeding programme provide high enough numbers to allow the Uganda Wildlife Authority to eventually introduce the species back into selected national parks like Murchison’s Falls or Kidepo Valley NP.

    This objective can, given the sustained growth through births, very likely be reached before the end of the decade, making it one of Uganda’s greatest conservation successes.

    It is understood from usually well informed sources that discussions are also progressing towards the introduction of the Eastern Black species – the present population is Southern White – to in parallel also begin the same long march towards achieving viable populations on the sanctuary before allowing for a return into the wild.

    Congratulations to Ziwa’s Executive Director Angie Genade and the entire team on this occasion.

    For more details about Ziwa and how to support the fund financially and materially, click on www.rhinofund.org

    ATC News-Wolfgang.H Thome

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