2012 F1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix tickets go on sale (budget gorilla trekking)

2012 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which runs November 2-4, have gone on go sale globally today. Now in its fourth year, it is anticipated that the weekend will again host a sell-out crowd with 50,000 spectators gathering atYas Marina Circuit to watch the excitement. “We work very hard to raise the bar every year,” saidRichard Cregan, Chief Executive Officer, Yas Marina Circuit....
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Gorilla adventure IN Bwindi, Parc des Volcanoe and Lake mburo Park -7days

Day 1: City Tour Arrive at Entebbe international airport. You will be met by a representative from Katona tours who will transfer you to your hotel. Embark on the city tour and visit prominent places like: Namugongo matyres shrine, Bahai temple, Uganda Museum, Makerere University, Kasubi tombs, Iteso cultural dance near Kasubi, Namirembe and Rubaga cathedral, Kabaka’s lake, shopping arcades in...
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David Ruetz, head of ITB Berlin (budget uganda tours)

With just days to go until the launch of ITB Berlin 2012 – the world’s leading travel trade show – Breaking Travel News sat down with David Ruetz, head of the annual event, to discuss what visitors can expect this year. Breaking Travel News: ITB Berlin has firmly established itself as the most significant event of its kind in Europe, if not the world. To what do you attribute this success? David...
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Poaching a threat to Mountain Gorillas (budget gorilla safaris)

After threatening attack on the wildlife in Virunga National Park, Conservationists have condemned massive measures to track down poachers and increase patrols to avoid such threats onto the mountain gorillas as they are the most important tourism attraction in the National Park. The Virunga Massif, which is shared by Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), is the only mountain...
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Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda

Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the outstanding treasures of Uganda.  The park has recently been designated a Biosphere Reserve for Humanity under UNESCO.  The park covers 2000 sq. kms and includes a remarkable variety of eco-systems; from semi-deciduous tropical forest to green meadows, savannah and swamps.  It is the home of the famous tree-climbing lions, the Uganda kob and other antelope...
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SN BRUSSELS AIRLINES ANNOUNCES CABIN UPGRADE (budget Gorilla tours)

It was learned over the weekend from a regular source in Kampala that the Belgian national airline is planning to upgrade their entire A330 fleet, presently comprising 6 aircraft, to a new standard. The first such retrofitted aircraft will be deployed on the upcoming route to New York, but all services to East and West Africa will progressively also see the new cabin standards, when the re-configuration...
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Another rhino baby is born at Ziwa Rhino sanctuary (rhino tracking tours)

Within a week after reporting that Bella had a baby girl on the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, did news just break that Kori, the third adult female, has also given birth last night in a surprise development not expected so soon. Angie Genade, Executive Director of the Rhino Fund Uganda and of the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, broke the news just minutes ago when she herself had received confirmation from her ranger...
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ZIL AIR AND MAIA LUXURY RESORT FLY IN SANTA CLAUS-Seychelles tours

In an extraordinary spirit of Christmas did the MAIA Luxury Resort and Zil Air team up with the Rotary Club of Victoria to fly Santa Claus to over 40 children of the Presidents Village, assembled near the MAIA helipad. Corporate Seychelles has for long made special efforts, and been quite creative in the past, when it came to giving orphans and the disadvantaged in society the spirit of Christmas but...
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Gorilla trekking in rwanda

Urahirwa with lesionOn Tuesday, one-and-a-half-year-old infant Urahirwa from Ntambara’ s gorilla group was found to be lethargic, not moving much and, worst of all, not suckling. Mother Kubaka was carrying the infant on her back. Urahirwa had a severe skin lesion around her nose and mouth. She had been fine on Sunday, and on Monday the group was not monitored because the gorillas were in a deep...
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IT IS B787 DREAMLINER DAY AT JOMO KENYATTA INTERNATIONAL IN NAIROBI

(Today in the skies over Kenya, the new B787 Dreamliner. Picture courtesy of Boeing) When the Dreamliner will land later this morning, at 10.45 hrs eta to be precise, in Kenyas capital Nairobi for the first time ever, and by the looks of the programme captained by a Kenyan pilot, history will be made for not just for the aviation fraternity, who will be cramming the area outside the security fence...
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