Take a tour to Central Africa and trek through the jungle in search of the largest primates in the world. Only about 600 mountain gorillas survive in their natural habitat, inhabiting the rainforests of Uganda, the DRC and Rwanda. Visiting these gentle giants helps to contribute toward their continued survival, which is constantly under threat from poachers and human settlements, which encroach on their territory.
Kasia Schulz went gorilla-tracking in Uganda as part of her epic 57-day Great African Expedition. Here she shares photos from her spectacular trip.
In our last instalment, Katie was trekking through the dense African rainforest in search of a family of elusive mountain gorillas. Here’s part 2 of her gorilla adventure! In our briefing before the gorilla trek we were told that if the … Continue reading
In which Katie and Evan trek through the African rainforest in search of the elusive mountain gorillas. When we arrived at our campsite in Kampala, Uganda, I was feeling a bit off. I had gone to the bathroom plenty that day … Continue reading
The opportunity to visit Kenya and Uganda recently on the Gorilla and Game Trek tour was just too big an opportunity for me to pass up. The thought of trekking through the dense forests of Uganda in search of the … Continue reading