Margaret is flying to Uganda (from Birmingham, via Amsterdam) with KLM on Monday 28th October and returning on Wednesday 27th November. Does anyone want to come with her? The sooner you book, the cheaper the cost of flights, which you will have to arrange yourself – Margaret paid less than £400!

Margaret, Ben and Robert will plan what we do when we know who is coming and what you want to do. There will be opportunities for short-term VOLUNTARY WORK in Teso where we will spend most of the time, but we will also visit other places, including Pian Upe Reserve. To find out more about what you can do in Teso, click on VISIT TESO.

Here is a completely random selection of photos to whet your appetite, any of which you could take on this trip!


Contact us if you want to know more.


I went with Ben as Guide and Driver last November. I went on my own and had an excellent time, I felt really safe and well taken care of. Great accommodation and treatment everywhere we went. Ben is an experienced wildlife guide and has a great knowledge that he willingly shared, not just about the wildlife in Uganda but, also about traditions and culture. Ben took me and another woman around Uganda for a week in a van, we got to see lions, hippos, monkeys, buffalos, chimps and elephants among others, not to mention all the birds. The highlight for me was the gorillas in Bwindi NP.


Ben Ejadu’s photographic record of a wonderful tour

23rd December 2018 – 2nd January 2019


Day 1:  Lake Victoria, Entebbe


Day 2:  Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary


Day 3:  Christmas Day in Murchison Falls National Park – from sunrise to sunset


Day 4:  From MFNP to Kibale Forest


Day 5:  In and around Kibale Forest

We started the day with a Coffee Tour, visiting a local family and seeing how she grows and processes coffee.


Kibale Forest is one of the best places to see Chimpanzees and other primates.


Day 6:  Queen Elizabeth National Park



It is not very common to see Leopards – we saw not just one, but two in the same day!


Day 7:  New Year’s Eve – Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mountain Gorillas


We travelled through the spectacular densely cultivated hills of Kigezi, with views of Lake Bunyonyi.


Day 8:  NEW YEAR’S DAY in Lake Mburo National Park


We arrived back in Entebbe on 2nd January 2019.

If you would like to explore Uganda with Ben or Robert, please get in touch with us.



Here is a random selection of just a few of the photos taken during a day in Murchison Falls National Park.

There are many herds of elephants – but there’s nothing to compare with the excitement of seeing your first elephant!


There are many antelope to be seen, including large herds of Uganda Kob.


Watching a giraffe eat the leaves of a tall acacia thorn tree makes you realise what long necks and even long tongues they have!

There are so many Rothschild’s Giraffes, especially amongst the acacia thorn trees.


Bee-eaters are some of the most beautiful birds imaginable, as are Kingfishers.



There are a variety of water birds, by the Nile, by Lake Albert and by little pools.


If you are lucky, you will see Lions, although it is very rare to see a Leopard. You may also see Hyenas and Side-striped Jackals.