Rwizi is the best location for the most real African safari experience. Being an online Rwizi African Safari Portal, we are committed to providing you with the most exciting and memorable Wildlife Tours in East Africa. Our mission is to assist you in exploring the magnificent African environment while advocating the preservation of its rare flora and animals.
Our blog and news articles are intended to serve as a complete resource for anybody interested in African safaris and lodging. We recognise that preparing a safari may be a difficult undertaking, particularly for first-time visitors; thus, our articles will cover all areas of safari planning and preparation, including travel recommendations, packing lists, and safety information. Our suggestions will be based on our significant knowledge and expertise in the sector of African safaris.
In addition, we will keep you abreast of the most recent conservation activities and advancements, as we feel it is essential to raise awareness about the significance of safeguarding Africa’s natural resources. We will share news and anecdotes about successful conservation activities and projects, as well as the problems and dangers currently confronting African wildlife.
At Rwizi, we also cherish the rich and varied culture of Africa, and we realise the importance of local communities to the safari experience. These articles will examine the habits and traditions of the many African groups, emphasising their distinctive contributions to the safari experience. We will explore areas such as cuisine, music, dance, art, and history to provide our readers a better understanding of Africa’s cultural diversity.
Our blogs and news articles will give a wealth of knowledge and insights on African safaris and lodgings, covering a wide range of themes and appealing to a variety of interests and tastes. Whether you are a seasoned safari traveller or a first-time visitor, we are convinced that you will find our articles to be useful, interesting, and motivating.
The Great Migration is the yearly migration of at least two million ungulates, mostly wildebeest but also a large number of zebra, eland, Grant’s gazelle, and Thomson’s gazelle. The event is the largest of its kind in Africa. The Serengeti migration is dependent on rainfall in the region. There is a reasonably regular annual cycle, […]
Mountain Gorilla Tracking in Uganda
Mountain Gorilla tracking takes place in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a Wildlife protected area in southwestern Uganda managed by the Uganda Wildlife Authority, a Government agency, The park is home to over half of the world’s endangered Mountain Gorillas in addition to about 350 birds including 23 Albertine Rift Endemics, and some spectacular waterfalls and forest streams. […]
Mountain Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Mountain Gorilla trekking takes place in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a Wildlife protected area in southwestern Uganda managed by the Uganda Wildlife Authority, a Government agency, The park is home to over half of the world’s endangered Mountain Gorillas in addition to about 350 birds including 23 Albertine Rift Endemics, and some spectacular waterfalls and […]