Am 32yrs old. I graduated from Uganda wildlife training institute located in the heart of Queen Elizabeth national park with a Diploma and later graduated from Makerere University with a degree in Tourism management.
Welcome to the unspoiled and not crowded by tourist vehicles Uganda, a country the early explorer Winston Churchill from the European geographical society, after his tour around Africa called the "Pearl of Africa" because of her beautiful attractions. Some of these attractions include a One day tour to the source of river Nile, one of the longest in the world, a river that moves in the north ward direction, a half a day tour to Ngamba Chimpanzee sanctuary, a 2days tour to Lake Mburo Park, 3days tour to Murchison falls, Queen Elizabeth N. Parks and Bwindi impenetrable for gorilla trekking and much more.
In addition to the above obvious sites which everyone want to see like the Gorillas and other animals on trip to Uganda, let me show you how the average Ugandans live on our village walk and cultural walk safaris and we do it Ugandan!
I can tailor-make a trip that suits your interest and time budget.
A Recent Review of this guide
Uganda is green and picturesque. There is an abundance of wildlife, including lions in trees and gorillas. Agaba is very knowledgeable and could name many birds and animals. He is an excellent driver and guide and he adapted the itinerary to meet our interests. The gorilla trekking and game drives were a highlight and we had ample opportunity to observe and photograph many animals at close range. He helped identify the many bird/ animal photos we took for future reference. A fabulous ten days!
Tour to Murchison Falls, Uganda.
Alberto Abadia and Victor, Spain
20/11/2011. Agaba was excellent in his guiding - and his enthusiasm was outstanding.He is so loving and always with a smile on his face, we felt at home and lost our hearts to Uganda. We will come again. Kind regards, Aberto and Victor.
Gorilla tracking, Uganda.
Nicole Clark, United Kingdom.
Agaba was a fantastic guide who made the day much more educational and lively. He took the time to explain the background and significance of each of places we visited. We saw things which were amazing like the Kasubi tombs, the mighty Murchison falls on river Nile, and the tribute to Batwa people who lived in forest that we wouldn't have otherwise understood or appreciated without Agaba. We drove in a 4x4 safari vehicle on photographic game drive and a trip to trek our cousins, the few remaining mountain gorillas in the thick forest of Bwindi park. Highly recommend.