Fascinating Results of the First Ever GH Survey

UPDATE, 5 June 2018: Virunga National Park won’t open before 2019, therefore we are slowing down our integration of Congo into the Gorilla Highlands region. More here. CLIQUEZ ICI POUR LA VERSION EN FRANÇAIS DU RAPPORT It was a bold and delicate move, so we asked for advice, and then took some quality time to…

Bootcamp Invite: Get Your Hands Dirty, or Join Online

The Gorilla Highlands (GH) bootcamp is intended to prepare and motivate the people expected to take our initiative to the next level. It was originally envisaged as a team-building exercise for MYL, the GH agents in Kigali, but we have decided to open it up to other multimedia/marketing participants. Whoever would wish to join should…

Who Are We Making This Website For?

We are back! We had been having strange issues with our website often becoming inaccessible. Over the weekend we moved it to Amazon Web Services and we believe the problem is sorted out. The website also loads a bit faster now. So, back to work… Eseential work! Some weeks ago we invited you to think…

Join the Tagline Debate

As we expand our coverage to Rwanda, the Gorilla Highlands website is being re-organised and re-thought. Could you take part in choosing our new tagline? The current tagline can be seen just under the logo at the top of this page. This is how it looks as a Google search output: The problem with “trek…

Pocket Guide with Rwanda on the Way

The first Gorilla Highlands product to include Rwanda, the paper booklet we call Pocket Guide, has reached the draft stage and is looking for advertisers and for sharp eyes to spot any issues. Photos in the draft (you can download it here; it is only 4.3 MB) should be considered provisional. The regional map that has graced…

Our Most Popular Product Will Include Rwanda

The 10,000 Gorilla Highlands Pocket Guide booklets that we printed in November 2015 are about to get finished! On Friday we visited the reservations office of Uganda Wildlife Authority, the main distribution point, and took back a couple of hundreds of booklets just to have something to use throughout May. This is no surprise as…