Ecotourisme sur les berges du lac Mutanda, pres du parc national des gorilles de Mgahinga
29 November 2018
David Bakeine, manager of Lake Mutanda Island Lodge, a tiny island in the south of Lake Mutanda near Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, shows off his catch on November 18, 2015. Mgahinga, one of Uganda’s smallest but most diverse National Parks, is also one of its least promoted. Few visitors are aware of the incredible range of activities that are possible within the park grounds – tracking permanently present mountain gorillas and endemic golden monkeys, spending time with Batwa (Pygmies) on the Batwa Trail, scaling three impressive volcanoes and much more, all to the backdrop of one of Uganda’s most striking regions. Within a park, new and sustainable models of tourism that focus on southwestern Uganda's richness and diversity in addition to taking advantage of its ideal location for adventure.