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Archived entries for  Gorilla Trekking

Gorilla Trekking Gorilla or Chimpanzee Tracking in Rwanda and Uganda (as well as the Mahale Mountains in Tanzania for chimps) is a life-changing event, an experience not to be missed. Visit the Gorilla Trekking section on our website.

My Trip | Africa’s Wild 3

Africa's Wild 3

“Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope.” These are the words of that fabulous bespectacled storyteller, Theodor Seuss Geisel, aka Dr Suess. The Father of Fantasy, you could say. We consider ourselves Fantasy Creators too. Fantasy Facilitators. A little kinky, yes, but what is more […]

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The Adventurer’s Ready-To-Go Gorilla Tracking Tour

A Gorilla Tracking Special

I will never forget my first encounter with a family of wild mountain gorillas. I was sitting at my laptop watching YouTube. The clip –  Touched by a Wild Mountain Gorilla – showed a family entering a camp near the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. A silver-haired tourist crouched beside a path while a silverback gorilla took up residence behind him. Little ones shimmied […]

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Behind the lens – Billy Hare

Behind the Lense - Billy Hare

At Rhino Africa we have always been fortunate enough to have several consultants who are not only passionate about this continent and bringing visitors to our shores, but also who show a keen interest in Photography. In fact much of the imagery seen throughout our website comes from our consultants and their cameras. So we […]

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Gorillas in the Mist: PART 2

Gorillas in Rwanda playing with their food

[Read Part 1] How manic the last two weeks have been! Rwanda was everything I had hoped for and more. A country that has beaten all odds to emerge from un-imaginable darkness – a truly inspirational place. One can only feel joy, as this is a success story in conservation, against the odds of poaching, […]

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Gorillas in the mist

The majestic silverback gorillas in Rwanda

Having walked up Lions Head (next to Table Mountain) once in preparation for my epic journey to Rwanda next week, I trust you’ll understand my apprehension as I plan on tackling one of the nine volcanoes in The Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda in search of Dian Fossey’s Mountain Gorillas – did I mention three […]

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