How Tourism helps Uganda

Did you know? Tourism can be used to fight poverty in Uganda. Tourism companies employ people as drivers, guides, secretaries, accountants, etc. These companies introduce tourists to local artisans and craftspeople, which benefit small communities. You already know that a trip to Africa would be very good for your spirit, but it also would have … Continue reading How Tourism helps Uganda

A First Experience in East Africa

As I was beginning my work in the tourism industry, and was picking up clients from Entebbe Airport for the first time, they had very many questions for me to answer. The funniest question was one concerning flushing toilets. They didn't believe we had flushing toilets in Uganda! This made me crack up! I couldn't … Continue reading A First Experience in East Africa

Travel in Uganda

The owner and head guide of Engo Tours and Adventures is a 38-year-old Ugandan, Nattabi Ruth, who loves her work as much as she loves animals and the wilds of East Africa; she is the mother of our 4-year-old son, Mukisa. We call him a Halfrican.  Nattabi founded Engo Tours and Adventures to highlight and make more accessible … Continue reading Travel in Uganda