UGANDA AGENT TRIP – here’s what they are raving about
Delia, senior safari planner from our head office in Johannesburg, recently hosted a group of tour operators on a 10 day trip through Uganda.
From the mighty Murchison Falls, through Kibale Forest and Queen Elizabeth National Park, to the home of endangered Mountain gorillas in Bwindi – here’s what the happy travellers thought of the Pearl of Africa:
“Uganda has a lot more to offer than I realized. I learnt so much, this was probably one of the best trips I have been on.”
“WOW! I cannot thank Wild Frontiers enough for this amazing experience! It absolutely exceeded all of my expectations!”
“First credit must go to Joseph. He is such a knowledgeable and personable driver and a definite asset to your company. I was really so impressed by your operation in Uganda as a whole and the way in which all the details were attended to so seamlessly.”
“Ishasha Wilderness Camp was my favourite camp and Andrew is a fantastic manager! Every staff member knew us all by name and couldn’t do enough for us! I actually want to go back just thinking about it.”
“Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi – FANTASTIC – we saw 19 gorillas and the trackers and rangers are phenomenal in their interaction with the gorillas.”
“Buhoma Lodge is such a treat, loved sleeping up in the tree canopies and so convenient being in the national park for trekking.”
“Murchison Falls is a must-see and I love that Wild Frontiers have their own boats.”
“Baker’s Lodge – I absolutely loved the ‘wildness’ of the camp and the fact that we had so many hippos grazing around our tent.”
“My main reason for joining this trip was to experience Wild Frontiers as a company, and Isasha Wilderness camp & Buhoma. Top score!”
“Visiting Uganda was a great experience, one of the most rewarding of my lifetime. Wild Frontiers’ services are superb, and the lodges are really exclusive.”
“The trip was really amazing, I didn’t realize Uganda had so much to offer, I learnt so much. Our guides Joseph and Ham were exceptional.”
But why simply take their word for it, when you can come and see for yourself?