What We can Learn From Dian Fossey’s Gorilla Conservation Spirit

Are you a scientist, conservationist or naturalist? What have you learnt about Dian Fossey and mountain gorillas? Dian Fossey was a primatologist; conservationist, scientist as well as an anthropologist famously known for her research on the world’s critically endangered mountain gorillas of the Virunga complex in 1960’s and 1980’s. Spending about 18 years while in the jungles with these remarkable creatures comes with passion and dedication and credit goes to Dian Fossey. Today, Rwanda, Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are the most popular…

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MOUNTAIN GORILLAS AND THEIR HABITAT IN VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK

Do you wish to become a zoologist or primatologist? Do you know where mountain gorillas are found in the world? With less than 900 mountain gorillas that are still surviving in the world, trekkers have less than 4 months this year to achieve their dreams in the remotest national parks in the heart of Africa. Mountain gorilla adventure is one of the breathtaking adventures and undoubtedly the most sought after experience that you must include in the list of activities to do while in your…

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SINGLE GORILLA TREKKING VS DOUBLE GORILLA TREKKING

Around the world, there are very few destinations that offer the remotest and authentic touch of wildlife experiences except Africa. Despite the incredible people, Africa is credited for its dramatic wildlife species that for long have left a life time memory in the minds of a million travelers. There is nothing more exciting in African safari than sighting at the rare mountain gorillas, Eastern Lowland and the Western Lowland gorillas relaxed in the jungles of Africa. A face to face interaction with these spectacular wild…

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