VOLCANOES SAFARIS BLOG
Welcome to the Volcanoes Safaris Blog! Here you can read posts from our different bloggers on various topics surrounding Volcanoes and our unique insights into the culture of Uganda and Rwanda. We will also provide you with regular updates from the field on what's happening in and around our lodges.
Molly Feltner is an award-winning writer and photographer dedicated to telling stories about conservation and the natural world. Having extensively travelled throughout Uganda and Rwanda she will share her experiences and advice on travel to these regions.
Follow the adventures of the Volcanoes team in the field as they explore these vibrant lands of Eastern Africa! Bloggers will write from their different locations, Uganda-Rwanda-UK, about their experiences with the African culture from a variety of different angles. Don't miss out on their adventures and tips!
For bits and pieces of information about what's happening in Uganda and Rwanda that impacts on the cultures and communities of locals as well as the gorillas and other wildlife, follow the exploits in Volcanoes News.
From the misty jungles of Uganda and Rwanda here is a new tool for everyone who wishes to share their adventurous story after being on safari with us! If you have been on safari with Volcanoes and wish to tell your story, simply send an email with your post and images to firstname.lastname@example.org.
31 May 2012
The Kasiisi Project farm in Uganda has received its first six piglets and has named them after leading lights from the Project community: Caroline, Sonya, Amy, Kate, Emily and Lydia. Th...
30 May 2012
Celebrating Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee is something that comes naturally to many people around the Commonwealth country of Uganda as over the years they have developed a strong r...
22 May 2012
Breakfast at the Volcanoes Bwindi Lodge is not as ordinary as it it is in most lodges. On a recent visit to the lodge, Richard, one of our sales staff from our Kampala office, realised ...
21 May 2012
Notes from the Jungle
The area around Gahinga is one of the most densely populated rural regions in Uganda. The reasons for this are simple enough; the land is very fertile and there is plenty of water and p...
20 May 2012
Disneynature has released their latest documentary film, Chimpanzee, which follows Oscar, a young chimp, as he is taken on a truly remarkable journey through the jungles of Africa ...
18 May 2012
Travelscope continues its winning run on American television by being nominated for not one but three Emmys after episodes including their feature on the endangered mountain gorillas in...
16 May 2012
Volcanoes Safaris celebrates fifteen years as pioneers of great ape tourism and providing unique eco-luxury experiences in Uganda and Rwanda!
Set up in 1997, fifteen years ago by Prave...
15 May 2012
The 8th Annual Gorilla Naming Ceremony will take place in Rwanda on the 16th June and is open to all Volcanoes clients and guests travelling in Rwanda at that time!
Every year in the m...
14 May 2012
There have been reports of instability near Virunga National Park in the Eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
This does not affect travel to the gorilla parks of Southern ...