Help provide Food
Help provide clean Water
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Help schools in Rural areas
Responsible Community-Based Tourism in Uganda was created for linking visitors and communities for homestay tourism, volunteer tourism, and support community initiatives. We believe that responsible community-based tourism in Uganda is the main concept for community transformation and we are committed to offering professional and friendly service to our clients as well as life-changing experiences living with the friendly Ugandan people in their local community. We believe that an experience of wildlife and landscape in Uganda is not enough we believe that for one to have a meaningful experience at a given destination, they must be able to connect with the local people at their level. Our Responsible community based tourism safaris in Uganda allow our clients not only an in-depth cultural exposure but also the privilege of making a difference by being part of volunteer building teams. Build a village clinic, and classroom block, volunteer your skills and expertise as a farmer, doctor, and nurse. We aim to give our clients a complete and sensational experience of Africa especially in Uganda. These responsible community based tourism safaris in Uganda not only do they just involve volunteers into communities but also in the field of tourism safaris like visiting national parks for wildlife expeditions, Gorilla trekking and many other tourism sites in the country. book the volunteering safari today with us via our email at Info@communityugandatravel.com or text us via WhatsApp using the number below.
+256 703 752 222
Bufuka orphanage school was established to help provide education to the needy orphans around Lake Bunyonyi. You can participate in teaching within their school period and training for special skills
Begin your cultural trip with the scenic view drive as you visit Mgahinga National Park, stop at the equator for a photograph, drive to the forest where you will encounter golden monkey tracking, mount Mgahinga hike, and the Batwa cultural..
We host volunteers like Doctors as we organize health Voluntourism in rural areas, Teachers to visit our rural schools and interact with them as you teach, missionaries to visit churches and support the orphanages to keep supporting the orphans
Uganda Volunteer Safaris are organized for groups or individuals. Experience Africa and take part in assisting the local communities to realize their dreams, as you get a great holiday that will include Safari experience homestay tourism.
Our community initiatives are directed primarily towards giving Ugandan communities a hand-up. We help communities in rural Uganda establish brick-wall classrooms for their schools thus creating a quality environment that helps enhance better quality education provided to the students. The Ugandan population is presently estimated at 31 million people. Of this, over 60% are below the age of 18 and school-going. Universal Primary Education(UPE) a government program that allows free education for all elementary school going children has seen an immense response that has led to overcrowding of schools and eminent shortage of infrastructure and scholastic materials, some children hold their classes under Mango trees- a good gesture but not very weather-friendly.
Ecotourism is a new phenomenon in the world as it in Uganda dates back to the 1990s. It involves such activities as Nature guided Walks, Bird Watching, Village/community Walks, forest walks, butterfly watching, sport fishing, mountaineering/hill-climbing, Gorilla tracking, Chimp tracking, game viewing, boat cruises, canoeing, caving, scenery viewing/nature photography, primate watching/walks, and any other aspects that relate to Natural, Cultural and Rural tourism. The ecotourism destinations in Uganda include all the ten national parks, wildlife and game reserves, forest reserves, events/cultural centers, community wetlands, Theme parks, resorts, and important bird areas.
Our culture tours facilitate the normal safaris of going to the game parks and the last is dedicated to visiting different communities depending on the tour you have chosen. This kind of tourism enables our visitors to give donations to these communities and put smiles on the population of the community as they appreciate the help from you.
The Karamojong region is occupied with over 7 tribes, these include the Gia, the Kadama, the Iki, the peteth, the Pokot, the Dodoth, and the Matheniko. This region is in the northern Uganda and all the tribes still hold their culture and traditions intact for over a century. most of these tribes are pastoralists going over the borders
driving to the forest where you will encounter golden monkey tracking, mount Mgahinga hike, and the Batwa cultural performances once the forest dwellers. Visit the Batwa cultural trail to experience the historical and current lifestyle of the Batwa’s. Spend the whole day with them to take all other practices as they will explain to you
This mosque was built by the former president of Libya Colonel Muammar Gaddafi as a gift to the Muslims in Uganda. The mosque was opened in 2007 and later changed the title of the mosque from Gaddafi Mosque to Uganda National Mosque in 2013 after the death of Col. Muammar Gaddafi. The mosque sits on 12 acres of land on the hill of Old Kampala. The mosque sits over 35000 people on Fridays and the Muslim holidays, with this number makes the Gaddafi mosque the biggest worship place in East Africa, Central Africa, and sub-Saharan Africa. The offers a great view of the capital city Kampala with all its seven hills of the city. It is a tourism center and everyone is welcomed irrelevant of ethnicity, religion, political views, and nationalities for both domestic and foreign populations.
Uganda has over 10 waterfalls around the country many of them are found along the Nile. for example Aruu falls, Uhuru falls, Nyamiska falls, itanda falls and many others
The falls are also known as the Kabalega Falls to the locals, the falls are the most famous of them all falls in Uganda by attracting a high number of tourists across the world.
Sipi falls is a natural site found in Tingey County in the district of Kapchorwa. This site attracts a high number of tourists per year as the site has a fascinating and unique terrain. It is a great tourist attraction
The falls are found just before the lake Victoria on the river pouring to the Victoria, these falls are of great importance to the community near the falls through tourism.
This trip is carried out around the capital city Kampala and the near cities for history, culture and other experiences. On the trip you will visit numerous sites of tourism in the capital that include the museum, national theatre, African art market and many others
This tour is of two regions in Uganda, Eastern and western regions. in Eastern region hiking is done at mountain Elgon and the culture around the mountain and in the Western region hiking is done at mountain Rwenzori and the culture around the mountain and the communities.
You can reach us using any of the information below, Our phone numbers are also registered to WhatsApp you can call for more information and booking a safari and tour.
116 Entebbe-Kampala rd Najjanankumbi
+256 701 819 223
+256 703 752 222
We are part of the Active Vacations African tourism company. We started this charity project as a way of using our platform of tourism to help poor communities in Uganda that need help to prolong their existence
116 Entebbe – Kampala, Kampala. Najja Shopping center 1st floor Active African Vacations office.
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