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... 56405; Our next job of the day was to check out the villages Monday markets. These were told to be excellent selling clothing, food, and much more. This was not the case. Matt and I came out with an avocado and a small block of laundry soap... We treated ourselves for lunch and "splashed" out at a cheap cafe enjoying pumpkin soup and a ...
... and dancing, then a short briefing about the hike and what to do and not to do once we came across the monkeys and then we were off. After a short 30 minute hike our guide said it was our lucky day and we had found the monkeys.
We didn’t even have to go into the national park, the monkeys were out in the farmer’s fields digging up potatoes. They did retreat a little bit back into the park and woods, and we followed along taking pictures for our ...
... dances and drumming. You meet in the same location as for Gorilla Trekking. You can also purchase sovenir tshirts, handmade gorilla wood carvings and other items. Rwanda has made this experience more organized but also, a bit more touristy. There was only one group of people going to see the golden monkeys. We had 10 tourists in our group. I think they permit about 15 people.
Trackers are sent out a few hours ahead of the tourists departing, ...
Today is gorilla day, woohoo! Six months of thinking, 'wouldn't it be great to go gorilla trekking and see some mountain gorillas...', we are finally here and about to do it. Amazing. According to the last census conducted in 2011 there are only about 880 mountain gorillas in the world. This small number makes them critically endangered but the good news is that numbers have increased for the first time in decades with 180 more animals counted from the previous census ...
... surprisingly easy, however slightly illogical.
The police point where they checked your passports was about 50
metres away from the border, after the point where they warrant you
your visa. It seemed quite easy to sneak across the border...Once we
got our stamp we headed to the road to wait for our Boda
boda(motorbike) which Anja had sorted out for us, to ensure we didn't
get ripped off. Apparently Ugandan's like to charge Muzungo's ...