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National Forestry Authority ecotourism
sites provide you great nature experience in Ugandan forest reserve. Enjoy our nature walk, bird watching, biking, camping and chimpanzee tracking with our local ecotourism guides.
Have you heard about Mangabey??
Then we had a function.We enjoyed speeches by invited guests and traditional dance performed by community people.
According to the Dr.Olupot, who is supervising the habituation, the monkeys are more habituated than they expected and we would be able to open the tour soon.
Please be patient for sometime, we will inform you!
We asked ESTC exhibition visitors to vote their favorite chimpanzee of Kalinzu ecotourism site!
Thank you for your vote!
This is the results!
Tosihizo was the most popular chimpanzee of all males! Congratulation. Many people chose him because of his warm hearted personality!
Tsuri was also the most popular chimpanzee among other females because of its kind looking. Congratulation!
Again, we appreciate your vote!
We hope you to come and see your favorite chimps
in Kalinzu ecotourism site!
NFA ecotourism team exhibited the ESTC 2013 @Kenya.
Special thanks for having visited our booth!
We enjoyed exchanging information with you!
We hope your success in sustainable ecotourism operations!
HOT NEWS: NFA Ecotourism team is participateing Ecotourism Sustainable Tourism Conference 2013, Nairobi, Kenya
NFA Ecotourism team is participating the conference!Please visit our exhibit desk! We will looking forward to seeing you there!
Sept 24-27, 2013 | Nairobi, Kenya
Tourism's Role in Sustainable Community DevelopmentThe Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference (ESTC) is a unique annual conference focused on the advancement of sustainability goals for the tourism industry. Promoting policies and practices benefiting businesses and communities, the ESTC helps to reinforce the role of tourism in building a more sustainable future. The ESTC13 (September 24-27, 2013, Nairobi, Kenya) is co-hosted by TIES, Kenya Tourism Board and the African Wildlife Foundation, and in cooperation with the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and IUCN Tourism and Protected Areas Specialist Group.
The ESTC13 will bring together 500+ professionals from over 45 countries, and offer you unique networking, professional development and partnership building opportunities to help you get ahead.