Hotel Bunia

Avenue de Liberation, Bunia, Congo - The Dem. Repub. | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bunia

Kibale National Park

A travel blog entry by linziprytz


... sure enough, once everyone has arrived, we are granted permits. There are 150 Chimps habituated in Kibale Forest, so the large group of people trekking are spit up into small groups of four and allocated different sections of the park. Four is a really nice sized group. We set off with our guide and armed guard and its not difficult terrane. Its only about 1 hours walk until we find the Chimps. The first ones we spot are a group of females high ...

A Cuppa Porraige and The Best Boda ever!!

A travel blog entry by meganerains


... such fun. I am absolutely terrible at football but it was fun to have a kick about and there was no competitive spirit at all which was very refreshing. We hope to go play football this coming Sunday which I hope to improve my skills so that I do not embarrass myself too much. Josefine and I took the best Boda ever on Monday evening. We were heading to the Bennett's (of course) and this guy stopped and asked if we wanted a ride, so we took it. ...

Mums the Word! Week Two

A travel blog entry by meganerains


... quite hurt, but we swatted away and they eventually disappeared. We then had a very educational trip around the salt lakes with a guide called Ric*******, poor guy was trying so hard to make the tour seem so interesting. Parts of it was interesting but we just wanted to see some animals but it was fun-ish. After we arrived at Mweya where we were staying we had a nice lunch at the canteen with an unexpected visitor. There was us sitting minding our own business and admiring ...

Update - finally have internet access!

A travel blog entry by carolerich


... there are villages up higher. This part of the trail was up and down. Up for a spell before descending to the river and then up again and down again to the second river. Then up, up, up again through tea fields on the hillside and then up, up, up to Nkuringo. We started at about 1900m and ended up at over 2600m – total walking was 14km. I was tired but I did it! I am happy we planned a rest day between this and our gorilla trek.

The Nkuringo ...

A day with chimps

A travel blog entry by carolerich


... the odd one taking a dump or urinating. There is not much chatter among them at this time of day. They get much more vocal as the day goes on.

Then they start coming down out of the trees which is an awesome sight to see. They are so incredibly casual about dropping from limp to limp, getting lower and lower and then climbing or simply sliding down the remaining trunk. Once on the ground, they eat more; do some hooting and howling ...


This hotel, located on Avenue de Liberation, Bunia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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