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(1) Curious gorillas pay guests a visit at Bwindi Lodge.

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(2) Thatched rooftops of Bwindi Lodge guest bandas.

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(3) A Rwanda Intore dancer.

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(4) One of the airy bandas at Kymabura Lodge in Uganda.

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(5) A gentle giant.

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(6) View of the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda from Kymabura Lodge

Going ape

Marking 50 years since dedicated conservation efforts began to save Africa's mountain gorillas, there is no better time to pay these majestic creatures a visit than now.
Jun 17, 2017 5:50 AM

Perhaps it's because we share 95% of our DNA with them. Or maybe it's due to there being fewer than 1,000 in existence. Whatever the reasons, an encounter with mountain gorillas in their natural habitat is one of the most-lusted after wildlife experiences in the world.

In fact, there are

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