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Environmental protection at Kibale National Park

Environmental protection at Kibale National Park
Environmental protection at Kibale National Park

Kibale national park is the primates’ capital of the world due to the highest concentration of primates in this amazing forest. Environmental protection at Kibale national park is one of the key issues the local communities are taking seriously. There has been environmental interpretation especially in Uganda’s forested national parks. It is an education activity that seek to understanding of environmental protection.

Kibale national park is the best destination for gorilla trekking in the world. There is a need to protect this natural forest and the local communities have taken the mantle to organize the place and be examples to the visitors especially in environment protection. Visiting Kibale national park for chimpanzee trekking is incomplete if you have no nature walk on your itinerary. Bigodi wetland is the best around Kibale national park for nature walk.

Bigodi swamp and community tours association

For conservation and environmental protection, Bigodi swamp and community tours association is leading the initiative to minimize the impact on the forest by the locals and tourist/visitors. This group of people collect plastic bottles of water and other drinks and make trash cans. They are used as a call to take care of the environment for everyone. Bottles are collected into trash bins made of plastic bottles and this is killing two birds with one stone.

Nature walk in Bigodi wetland also known as Bigodi swamp nature walk is one of the opportunities that you can have to explore eco-tourism the area. As you enjoy sighting primates like colobus monkeys, baboons and others, you can also interact with the local communities. Cultural experience is also another activity in Bigodi area near Kibale national park. In different activities you take part of you contribute to the initiative to save the environment.

Tour companies in Uganda have picked interest in Environmental protection at Kibale national park and are involved in eco-tourism activities. For example at Alps Trendy Safaris, we sell t-shirts about saving the environment. The money collected is taken to the local communities and they are the beneficiary of this.

Environmental protection initiatives are looked at as positive energies at Kibale national park and are aiming at saving the forest and the surrounding areas for both local communities and wildlife. We save the environment for future generations.

Booking a trip with Alps Trendy Safaris is joining our campaign of saving the planet earth. We will save Kibale national park when you give us business. Book your African dream safari with us today and let your dreams come true.

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