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Wildlife Worldwide cuts £100 off Uganda trips
Wildlife holidays expert Wildlife Worldwide has reduced the price of its trip that visits the Bwindi Inpenetrable Forest in Uganda by £100 pp
By: Mick Thompson
Probably the species that most resemble man, seeing mountain gorillas in their own back yard is both an unforgettable and moving experience. The forest is also home to other primates including chimpanzees and golden monkeys.
Bwindi is one of Africa’s most extensive belts of primary montane forest with an exceptional altitudinal variation which ensures unique flora and fauna. Over 300 gorillas live in the park and two groups have been successfully habituated to allow human approach.
Wildlife Worldwide’s Gorillas, Wildlife & Chimps itinerary includes the very best of Uganda and includes two nights staying at the Buhoma Lodge in the Bwindi Impenetrable forest.
The itinerary also includes visits to the Chimpanzee Sanctuary on Ngamba Island, Lake Mburo National Park and the Queen Elizabeth National Park
The reduced price of the trip for October departures is now £3095 pp. This includes international flights, all transportation, seven nights’ accommodation, most meals, safari activities and a guide.
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Wildlife Worldwide is supporting the 2011 World Environment Day (WED) on 5 June and will be encouraging its supporters/customers via Twitter, Facebook and e-newsletters to communicate what they are doing. WED is in direct support of the UN International Year of Forests (IYF) and its objective is to be the biggest and most widely celebrated global day for positive action for the environment.