No visit to Uganda can be complete without experiencing the gorillas. But Bwindi Impenetrable Forest has so much more to offer, says Sam Pinnell.
Following an epic year-long journey through Africa, conservationist couple Michelle and Grant show no signs of slowing down. Tracks4Africa caught up with the pair to learn more about their conservation work, eco travel tips and upcoming projects. Continue reading On the road with travelling conservationists
Uganda might be the world’s biggest producer of plantains, but it certainly is no banana republic. Being a fertile country it exports coffee, tea, tobacco and cotton. I will remember Uganda for its acres of crisp green tea plantations and everywhere you look, banana plantations, with coffee bushes in between. However, what made Uganda really special for me were the tea plantations, crater lakes, the White Nile River, and the wide variety of primates. By Karin Theron Continue reading Southern Uganda