Follow the Volcanoes News for information on what’s happening in Uganda and Rwanda that impacts on the wildlife populations and local communities.
Volcanoes work hard to forge ahead at the forefront of pioneering tourism in Uganda and Rwanda. This blog will keep you updated on all the news in the gorilla and chimp tourism world including development and conservation issues. It will also keep you posted on developments at Volcanoes Safaris, whether it be a new activity at one of our lodges, a new community project or a new feature around the local area.
There’s loads going on and it’s here that you can find out about it all, making it a first port of call for travel news, whether you’re booking a gorilla safari tour with us or not! It may be that you just want to keep in touch with the community after you travel or that you want to see how tourism can benefit the locales in which they operate. Whatever the motive, you’ll find something of interest here!
The Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust (VSPT) is happy to announce that a new community centre is to be built in Kyambura to help grow and preserveRead More
Update on the situation in Goma in Eastern DRC 19 November 2012
There have been recent reports of instability near the city of Goma in the EasternRead More
Volcanoes Safaris Update on Ebola 5 December 2012
There have been reports of Ebola in the north of Uganda, away from Kampala and other mainRead More
The Uganda Wildlife Authority has just released some fantastic news for gorilla tracking in Uganda! They have announced a low season promotion toRead More
In recent days there have been reports of Marburg fever in the Kabale District of Uganda. The situation is being handled by the Ugandan Ministry ofRead More
Volcanoes Safaris is delighted to announce that it has been selected as a winner of the 2012 Travel and Leisure Global Vision Award forRead More
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