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.
Adungu Live Band
If you chose to stay in one of the lodges in Murchison Falls National Park you will have the pleasure of meeting the musical band and dancers that go by the names of “Mubako Sounds of The River Nile”, they started creating music in 1994 and continue till this day to make the beautiful sounds and dances.
The Adungu is an amazing musical instrument that originated from this part of the country, it is made using cowhide and well-stretched twine which are well-tuned.
Borehole Construction and Maintenance
Working with the local leaders in nearby Mubako, Nile Safari Lodge modernized and restored three vital boreholes essential to providing clean drinking water. And to support the local economy, the property employs local performers who proudly share their cultural heritage through traditional music and dance.