Responsible tourism

At Nile Safari we believe in the conservation of Uganda’s wildlife and heritage for future generations to enjoy. With our understanding and passion for nature’s biodiversity, our active Responsible Tourism Policy aims to share, protect and teach the surrounding communities about what nature offers and wildlife.

Our tours are centered on experiencing, viewing and photographing wildlife – while respecting the environment and the wildlife as much as possible. We also operate tours involving community activities, to ensure that the locals are involved in a conservation project and move towards creating a sustainable environment for the people, nature and wildlife.

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Snares To Wares Initiative

Snares to Wares is a community-based conservation initiative within Michigan State University, dedicated to improving human livelihood and protecting wildlife in and around the village of Pakwach, Uganda. 

This project simultaneously transforms human lives and addresses the problem of wildlife poaching by empowering local artisans to repurpose wire snares into sculptures of the wildlife that would otherwise fall victim to snaring. Proceeds from the sale of these sculptures flow directly into the community to sustain these transformations.

How To Support This initiative: 

We have a whole range of wares available for purchase in the Craft Shop at the lodge.