Feb. 27, 2012
-- Entering this competition and being in with a shot to win this breathtaking trip couldn’t be easier – simply share or Like the competition on your Twitter or Facebook profile and you could be jetting off to Uganda for a luxury stay in the heart of wild Africa.
It really is as simple as that! Visit http://www.volcanoessafaris.com/
safari-honeymoon click the contest link, share it on Facebook or Twitter and submit your email address to be entered into the draw to win this unforgettable trip. Winners will be chosen at random when the competition closes on June 15th 2012.
The prize up for grabs is four days at Kyambura Gorge, an idyllic lodge development that marries traditional African design with western sensibilities on the site of an old coffee processing plant, situated at the edge of the breathtaking Queen Elizabeth National Park. The lucky winners will be met at the airport by one of our hugely knowledgeable and warm guides who will accompany you throughout your stay.
Day one includes a relaxing drive to the lodge, a trip to the royal drum makers and dinner overlooking the amazing Rwenzori Mountains. Days two and three will see you and your partner take in the extraordinary savannahs as you track lion, hippo, leopard, chimpanzee, elephant, buffalo and dozens of wild birds - the scenery is breathtaking and the wildlife truly enchanting. Day four allows for more cultural visits and shopping at traditional roadside markets.
This special contest gives you a taste of some of the extraordinary honeymoon packages on offer from Volcano Safaris, a company with an outstanding reputation for delivering tailor made, luxury safari trips to ecologically unique areas of central Africa.
Pioneers in eco-tourism, Volcano Safaris, understand the needs and culture of local communities and work with them to provide sustainable tourism and an ethical income to a truly beautiful area of rural Africa – something highlighted by the numerous funded community initiatives they invest in.
The company has also set up the Volcanoes Safaris Partnership Trust, which links neighbouring communities to conservation and eco-tourism in keeping with Volcanoes distinctive vision for great ape eco-tourism. It also promotes the conservation of chimpanzees through the creation of a buffer zone along the gorge and reclamation of 40 acre wetland that was previously used as illegal brickworks.
As well as being leaders in the eco-tourism field, their reputation as tour guides is exceptional;
BA Highlife Magazine listed their gorilla, volcano safari as one the of 13 best safaris in the world.