We dream of a harmonious existence in our world as it once was a couple of hundred years ago in Uganda. We dream of a time where our way of life is not a threat to biodiversity. We are lucky safari offers us a way to earn and make a living for ourselves and other Ugandans. Safari gives us the chance to reconnect with nature and reclaim our conservation heritage.
We are continuously challenging ourselves and developing new ways to showcase Uganda to guests while highlighting conservation challenges and improving the livelihoods of our fellow locals, the true custodians of the last remaining great biodiversity on earth.
We focus on employment of East Africans and on encouraging entrepreneurship in tourism so locals can benefit more from conservation and thus take full responsibility of biodiversity.
We challenge ourselves to continuously learn more about our environment and to share more of our conservation heritage with the world at large.