What does a typical UP! Partnership Safari look like and cost?
We will finalise these tour dates as soon as we can given the pandemic.
You sort out your flights to Uganda (though we can do this for you if you wish), visas, medicals, personal and medical insurance, on tour drinks and laundry bills, and we will do the rest.
We will manage all the core tour elements ie all Uganda transport including Entebbe International Airport transfers, accommodation, food, national park and local community development project visits. Depending on whether you are sharing a room and overall numbers on the tour, the cost of a tour is around £2,450 per person, based on 2 sharing.
All our Uganda tours start and end at Entebbe which is the airport you will arrive and depart from.
We drive you ourselves in sturdy 4x4 vehicles on the road trip of a lifetime. Yes there will be lots of road dust, but the view of the scenery and colourful life of the people will more than make up for it.
Trips typically last 14-17 days though can be shorter if required.
Below is the itinerary of a typical trip 14 day tour of Northern and Eastern Uganda. It is a clockwise loop of approx. 1000 miles.
1 Depart Entebbe, travel to Murchison Falls National Park
2 Nile River Boat Trip to the foot of the Falls
3 Safari, Murchison Falls National Park
4 Travel to Gulu and visit our first project eg a women’s self-help project
5 Gulu agri-enterprise project visits eg a new farmers co-operative
6 Gulu social project visits eg a community building their own school
7 Gulu Social Enterprise Projects visits eg a youth group growing indigenous plants
8 Travel to Kidepo Valley National Park
9 Safari, Kidepo Valley National Park
10 Travel through Karamoja to Moroto
11 Travel to Tororo, and meet a community group running a harvest storage scheme
12 Tororo visits to a women’s self-help project a a young mums nutrition project
13 Travel to Jinja – possible social project visits or Nile rafting opportunity
14 Travel to Entebbe for the flight home