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- A brand new fleet of custom 4x4 Game Viewing vehicles arrive at Elewana Sand River Masai Mara & Elewana Kifaru House
- Coastal releases new Route Schedule
- First Elephant Research Study in Akagera National Park Begins
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- The Safari Store is paying thousands of pounds in commission to their partners
- Get to Know the Lions of Lebombo
- Food, Glorious Food!
- Royal Zambezi Lodge facilitates support for wildlife during the Lower Zambezi food shortage
News at Destination Jungle August 2019By *Costantino Tessarin, Destination Jungle Safaris
Destination Jungle believes that tourism can bring a positive contribution to the conservation of wildlife, the forest as well as supporting the local communities, in one word: sustainable tourism. Destination Jungle for many years has been active, specifically supporting conservation and eco-tourism.
ASSOCIATION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF BUGOMA FOREST(ACBF)
Destination Jungle launched in 2013 a campaign for the protection and conservation of Bugoma Forest located along the Rift valley eco-system between Lake Albert and Hoima, Home of endangered chimpanzees and Uganda Mangabeys. The campaign is now a membership association (ACBF) implementing number of activities:
- Private Patrol “Chimp T-RAP to fight illegal activities in the protected reserve.
- Public Nursery bed with indigenous tree species to support local farmers in reforesting and water protection.
- Sensitization in school, to emphasize massive education about conservation in pupils
- Eco-tourism development
- Agroforestry practices, to teach farmers how to grow crops with trees.
For more information;
Association for the conservation of Bugoma forest Facebook page
Association for the conservation of Bugoma Forest Blog
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