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Gondwana Featured In Forbes

Forbes Includes Gondwana’s Rwanda tour in The Top Ten Travel Adventures for 2016 Forbes contributor Jim Dobson has featured Gondwana’s Rwanda Gorilla Trek in his list of The Top Ten Travel Adventures for 2016. For “adrenaline junkies and explorers,” few things compare to the experience of trekking through the African jungle. Besides seeing rare mountain gorillas and other exotic animals …

Black Rhinos in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater

Is Kenya or Tanzania Better for a Safari?

Is Kenya or Tanzania Better for a Safari? East Africa is where the notion of “Safari” was born, and nature lovers flock to Kenya or Tanzania every year for this once-in-a-lifetime trip. While there are strengths and weaknesses to traveling in both countries, each has unique destinations and iconic natural wonders. As with all travel, deciding where to go on …

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Chicago Tribune Features Gondwana’s Rwanda Trip

Chicago Tribune Features Gondwana’s Rwanda Gorilla Trek The Chicago Tribune has recommended Gondwana’s Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda as an exotic travel destination. Author Phil Marty writes, “For nature lovers, few things can compare to the experience of seeing mountain gorillas in the wild.” Going on a guided trek is the only way to see the endangered mountain gorillas in their …

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Culture Teeming Maasai

Who Are the Maasai? A culture teeming with history, tradition and controversy, the Maasai are one of Africa’s most iconic tribes. As semi-nomads, they live between southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. There are estimated to be 1 million Maasai living between these countries, though it is hard to find an exact count in rural areas. Their lifestyle is largely similar …

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CEO Blog Nation Features Gondwana Founder, Jared Sternberg

Jared Sternberg Explains Gondwana Company Name in CEO Blog Nation Article Jared Sternberg, Gondwana’s president and founder, was recently asked by CEO Blog Nation to share how he came up with the company name. Surprisingly, the name Gondwana comes from a story about reggae music, travel and an ancient supercontinent. In the interview, Jared says the word Gondwana stuck with …

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Gondwana Featured in LA Times

Rwanda Gorilla Trek by Gondwana Ecotours is Featured in LA Times Gondwana Ecotours has been featured by the LA Times for our Gorilla Trekking Trip in Rwanda. Writer Rosemary McClure mentions that a highlight of the trip is “All hikes are led by gorilla conservationists,” and this small group trip is kept to 12 guests. Guided by experts, this creates …

Where can I meet the Maasai? Tanzania!

Where can I meet the Maasai?

Where can I meet the Maasai? One of Africa’s most iconic tribes, the Maasai live a semi-nomadic lifestyle in Northern Tanzania and Southern Kenya. The tribe has modernized in some ways (at times by government force, at times by convenience), but still practice many aspects of their traditional culture. The Maasai have held onto their identity as warriors and livestock …

What to pack on a safari

What to Pack for a Safari

What to Pack for a Safari? When deciding what to pack for a safari, our best tip is to travel light! Since safaris cover lots of ground in a short time, traveling with a small bag makes transportation a breeze. Besides, who wants to spend time digging through a large suitcase when you can be exploring? Make sure to check …

Black Rhinos in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater

When is the Great Migration?

On the Quest “When is the Great Migration?” is a loaded question. The short answer is that the cyclical journey happens year round and never ends. The long answer is that it depends on what you are interested in seeing! Whether the focus is going on safari in Tanzania’s Serengeti, exploring the Ngorongoro Conservation Area or seeing a river crossing …

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Where to see the Great Migration

Where To See the Great Migration For those who have seeing 7 Natural Wonders of Africa on their bucket list, joining the Great Migration Safari in the Serengeti offers a first hand look at one of nature’s most jaw dropping phenomenons. For those who don’t, you might want to consider adding it! However, exactly where to see the Great Migration …