With love for nature and conservation in Uganda, the ministry of tourism has unveiled the Ishasha Uganda wild run and walk 2016 aimed at enhancing the wildlife conservation awareness drive.
Queen Elizabeth national park where the Ishasha region in Uganda is found is home to the famous tree-climbing lions, Kazinga channel that joins the two lakes Edward and George, open savannah grasslands, Kyambura gorge having five primates including chimpanzees, red-tailed monkeys, black and white forested monkeys, and baboons. Wildlife safaris are conducted here which can be done as game drives or balloon safaris.
This run is also targeted to embrace conservation for people around Bwindi impenetrable national park home to half of the world’s mountain gorillas so as to control and track down poachers through the use of drones and global positioning system in Uganda national parks like Murchison falls, kibale ,Kidepo, Rwenzori, lake mburo, Semuliki, Mgahinga and the two mentioned above.
This Run will not only create awareness but also boost tourism through the protection of natural resources, will bring about more revenues to the communities as well as an increase in East African safaris being a country like no other gifted by nature and with friendly people.
The Ishasha Uganda wild run will take place on November 12th and it will be 2 kilometers in the park using the public road
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