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About Kabiza Wilderness Safaris

There is only one thing that we do - Create Memorable Hakuna Mata - Worry-Free Safaris in Uganda - Rwanda. We know Uganda - Rwanda - we live here.

Is Uganda safe for Australians on a Safari? The No Spin Reality

A Question Asked-Is Uganda safe for Australians on a Safari? Is it Safe for Australians to go on Safari in Uganda What about the Australian Travel Advisories about Uganda Is Uganda safe for Australians on a Safari? Australians are a unique breed of Travelers.  They are in a class of their own. Only Canadians are … Continue reading »

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The 10-Most Common Gorilla Trekking Mistakes to Avoid i Uganda

10 Gorilla Trekking Mistakes that will cost you Time – Money and Extra Effort A Gorilla Tour Operator’s Take on The10 Most Common Gorilla Trekking Mistakes to Avoid The Most Common Gorilla Trekking Mistakes to Avoid-The Solution is simple – Use a Gorilla Tour Operator such as ourselves.  We know Gorillas, we know all about … Continue reading »

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Plan your Gorilla Safari in Uganda – 2020 and avoid the Permit Rush

2020 Gorilla Safaris with Permits & Lodging can be Booked Now Lock in your Dates – Plan your Gorilla Safari in Uganda – 2020 and secure Permits – Lodging Plan your Gorilla Safari in Uganda in 2020 now, why?  The answer is simple, permits for Gorilla Trekking and the one-of-a-kind Gorilla Habituation were sold out … Continue reading »

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Book your 2020 Gorilla Safari in 2019 – Lock in Permits & Price

Plan Ahead – Book your 2020 Gorilla Safari in 2019 in Uganda Book your 2020 – Primate Safari now and lock in Permit and Lodging Book your 2020 Gorilla Safari in 2019 and have peace of mind about having a Gorilla Permit and the choice of Lodging you want.  The present Gorilla Permit Price of … Continue reading »

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The Secret to Getting GORILLA PERMITS IN UGANDA

The Best Way of Booking Gorilla Permits in Uganda From a Gorilla Tour Operator: The Secret to Getting GORILLA PERMITS IN UGANDA The Secret to Getting GORILLA PERMITS IN UGANDA – Gorilla Permit availability in Uganda during Peak Seasons is tight.  Permits have become a precious and much sought after commodity in Uganda by Tourists … Continue reading »

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Avoid making the The Number 1 Gorilla Permit Mistake

3 Ways to Avoid the Number 1 Gorilla Permit Mistake in Uganda Sure Ways of getting your Gorilla Permit during the Peak Seasons of the Year in Uganda Avoid making the Number 1 Gorilla Permit Mistake – Each year, especially during the Peak Tourism Season of June through October and December through March there are … Continue reading »

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