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.
25 October 2012
The Uganda Wildlife Authority has just released some fantastic news for gorilla tracking in Uganda! They have announced a low season promotion to enable visitors to enjoy their gorilla ...
24 October 2012
Volcanoes Safaris Statement on Marburg Fever 24 Oct 2012 In recent days there have been reports of Marburg fever in the Kabale District of Uganda. The situation is being handled by the...
22 October 2012
We're delighted to tell you that only a few days ago the staff at Bwindi Lodge, our refurbished luxury gorilla lodge in Uganda, have succeeded in initiating and planting a vegetable gar...
19 October 2012
In recent days as trackers were on their daily routine around Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, they noticed that Ruterana of the Rushegura group was looking weak and unwell. They notified th...
17 October 2012
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in South-Western Uganda has won the prestigious Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor, which honours businesses that consistently earn top ratings...
16 October 2012
If you are an East African resident looking for a weekend getaway, a business retreat, a special celebration or a simple excuse to escape the city, Volcanoes Safaris is the perfect matc...
15 October 2012
Notes from the Jungle
The conservation paradox: Only by working with people can we achieve conservation. If it weren’t for people there would be no need for conservation.
It’s amazing how quickl...
15 October 2012
A study recently published in Diversity and Distributions details the decline in great ape habitats across Africa and paints what is a very disturbing picture for conservationists....
10 October 2012
It's not every day you wake up and you can say that you're a poet; it takes years of concentration and hard work to have even the smallest breakthrough.