Is Uganda Safe?
Absolutely, our guides would never put you or themselves at any undue risk. Whilst Uganda is a beacon of stability for the region, we maintain a strict protocol, collecting up to date information for our routes and the surrounding areas.
Is it safe to ride a bike in a national park?
Do you have bikes available for your bike tours?
Do I need a Visa?
Can I plan a longer trip?
Is it possible to visit other countries in the region with us?
Do I need any Vaccinations?
Whilst riding among wild animals is an incredibly humbling and very unique experience, these are wild animals, you will have a support vehicle with you as well as a park ranger, all precautions are taken to ensure your safety, respect the animals and the advice given by your guides. All responsibility ultimately lies with the client.
Clients may choose to bring there own bikes. Logistics should be checked with their respective airline. With prior notice given we can arrange a number of bikes here for your group.
The majority of non African Nations require a visa for Uganda, this can be accuired or arrival at Entebbel International Airport and currently costs USD 50. Please do confirm your status with your national Embassy.
The Yellow Fever Vaccination is a requirement, please bring proof of vaccination in the form of your yellow card.
Yes you may, as mentioned elsewhere on our website we pride ourselves on the personalised experience we offer, whether a long weekend or a 3 week tour we are able to provide a custom itinerary to meet the expectations of any group. Please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Yes, whilst we are based in Uganda we do have significant experience in the region. (Sven spent over a year driving through Africa). We offer you the ability to create your dream holiday, if this involves deep sea fishing on the Kenyan Coast, climbing Mt. Kilamanjaro or visiting the rain forests of Eastern Congo then you've come to the right place. There isn't much we haven't done, so please do get in touch.