Have you ever wondered that elephant dung can be reused by people? On my last visit to Queen Elizabeth National Park, i got to witness the women of Rubirizi of Uganda making a fortune out of it. Thanks to Albertine Tours who organised a fantastic trip involved a local community project tour. It is such… Continue reading Elephant Dung – Women Group Making a Fortune out of It
Commonly nick-named as the land of a thousand hills, Rwanda is normally known as the best gorilla trekking safari destination. This goes about as the main tourism activity that pulls in trekkers from various parts of the world. There are undoubtedly the eminent perspectives you will be presented to on a drive through the distinctive… Continue reading Rwanda Gorilla Expeditions : Things to do on a safari to Rwanda
Nothing in this world is better than encountering with a gorilla family in the tropical rain forests. Uganda offers visits to meet these primates in their regular living areas in the thrilling hills of south western Uganda secured with sodden thick and tall trees and a natural green cover. Bwindi national park and Mgahinga gorilla… Continue reading The Unforgettable Moments With The Mountain Gorillas
I’ve heard it a million times when I’m traveling in Asia “This place is so dirty, there’s rubbish everywhere!” And it’s true, in many places around the world, not just Asia rubbish often just lays there on the side of the street, pollutes the waterways, and washes up on beaches. But how did it get… Continue reading Easy Eco Travel Tip: Put that Rubbish in the Bin!
Categorized among the most endangered apes on the entire planet, mountain gorillas are very unique primates. They prefer living along the slopes of the forested mountains and today they can only be found in three countries that are Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic Of Congo. Being primates, mountain gorillas are among the wild animals… Continue reading Mountain Gorillas – the Tale of Endangered Apes
Having a vacation away from a sophisticated city that is an area with skyscrapers, shopping malls, offices, lots of traffic and a market is very awesome. A holiday upcountry is really relaxing and wonderful as you will be relieved from car horns and fumes and people shouting and also rubbing shoulders as you walk along… Continue reading Visiting Rwanda for an Ecotour
Rwanda is one of the smallest countries in Africa when it comes to size but in nature and tourism, it is a very rich nation with vast wildlife. The mountain gorillas are one of the tourism products that makes it very famous since these animals are beautiful to watch and hang around with them and… Continue reading Planning a Gorilla Tour in Rwanda
Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront is seeing the start of the installation of more than 7500 square metres of solar panels on eight rooftops of key buildings on the 123-hectare property, as the landmark property expands its emphasis on going green. The installation follows a tender process that was completed in June of this year in… Continue reading V&A Waterfront goes green with 7500sq metre solar rooftop installation
To governments and many people around the world the word “Eco” is a synonym for difficult and expensive, something we do later when we have the time or the funds. But while there are these discouraging words associated with the word “Eco” there’s two other words that make you think, “Hey, why didn’t I act… Continue reading Eco friendly Travel is Easier than You Think!
Elephant trekking is one of the most popular activities to do amoung tourists in Thailand and contributes ever important tourist dollars to local communities. But recently some disturbing realities of elephant trekking have come to light begging the question can elephant trekking ever really be ethical? Diana Edelman a blogger passionate about the ethical treatment… Continue reading Can Elephant Trekking Ever Really be Ethical?