sustainable tourism in Uganda
Regional environmental policy and sustainable tourism in Uganda
Pamoja Safaris Uganda abides by international environmental conventions and the local environmental laws and regulations not just in Uganda but in all our Countries of operation. We aim at conserving our environment by operating in a socially and environmentally responsible manner through low impact tourism, use of fuel efficient vehicles and utilizing environmentally friendly campsites and lodges.
sustainable tourism in Uganda, We urge our travelers in and around the world to equally help us in observing an Eco friendly environment while on your valued holiday/safari with us so that together we can conserve for the future generation.
As we all aware of human pollution around our communities, Pamoja safaris Uganda representative will be in full control to make sure that there is maximum control of waste product are well kept and disordered after the end of tours.
sustainable tourism in Uganda. As a dedicated community support company, we also encourage our guests to spare some time when they can to visit and freely interact with the local communities during your stay with us and learn more about the local day to day livelihood, cultures and share experiences and support the community by buying their locally made items which given time they can take you through the experience of making one yourself. However, to fully understand and appreciate the beauty of our African cultures with these local communities, you will be required to follow their customs that we can advise you when we next plan to visit them.
For those who may wish to donate anything to the local communities like; clothes, scholastic materials, money among others, we would advise that you do it through organized and fairly run institutions/organizations or their own locally run associations that ensure the intended beneficiaries receive them. Kindly ask us to guide you in case you intend to donate anything.
We are a member of Mubaku Community Project helping the locals on Education, Health and Sanitation, Access to clean Water, and Sustainable Development.