Gorilla Protection Vital in Uganda and Rwanda – Rwanda Safari News
Gorilla tracking in Uganda is done in Bwindi Impenetrable and Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks and in Rwanda it is done in Volcanoes National Park.
The gorillas are therefore highly protected in Uganda and Rwanda so as to boost the tourism sector and attract more gorilla trekking safaris.
The gorillas are being treated by the professional veterinary doctors every time so as to stop the spread of diseases that may kill the gorillas which attract more gorilla safaris to Uganda and Rwanda.
The habitats of the gorillas are also protected so as the gorillas do not escape to other countries where they won’t be protected.
The local people are therefore encouraged to practice afforestation so that the gorillas have where to live thereby attracting more safaris to Uganda and Rwanda.
This has therefore contributed to the maintenance of the number of gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda therefore marketing Uganda and Rwanda as the top tourist destinations hence increasing more safaris to Rwanda and Uganda.
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