Responsible community travel in Uganda, our community initiatives are directed primarily towards the responsibility of giving Ugandan communities a hand-up through travel. 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.
Responsible community travel in Uganda also carries out Ecotourism which 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.
Kasubi tombs hold a great fundamental to the Buganda Kingdom until today the site remains a spiritual and political role to the Ganda people. The tombs hold great meaning in the Buganda Kingdom because it holds four of the great past Kings of this Kingdom
This beautifully built palace for the king of Buganda was built in the 1900s as a gift for the King of Buganda by the British. The palace has all the history of Buganda and is part museum for the history of the kingdom. This palace occupies a whole hill in the middle of the capital city,
The nyero rock painting was dated back to 1250CE and was first documented in 1913 and was largely described by researchers to be geometric. This kind of art iS attributed to Twa hunter-gatherers who are of the late Stone Age gatherers culture. the museum has all cultures of the country
The catholic martyrs’ shrine also known as the catholic basilica was built in 1973 after 32 young Catholics and Anglicans were burnt alive after they refused to denounce their religions in the court of King Mwanga II in 1886. In 1973 the basilica was built in remembrance of the brave 32 souls.
The Igongo cultural center is located in the west of Uganda and it is the cultural centrality of the Ankole Kingdom. This cultural center features a museum of the Ankole culture. The cultural food, the eclipse monument also known as The Biharwe monument in the local language and cultural shops