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1) Africa Adventure Safaris
Kampala - Hoima Road, Suite 500
Plot 64 / 203 P.O. Box 22754, Kampala, Uganda
Website: http://www.ugandagorillatour.com/
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2) Lake Kitandara Tours And Travel
Contact Person: Mr Boniface Byamukama
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Website: www.lkttsafaris.co.ug
Tel: +256 775+256 (0)312 277204,(0) 704506338


3) Acacia Safaris
Contact Person : Mrs Connie Tumusiime
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Website: www.acaciasafari.co.ug
Tel: +256 (0)414 253597 / +256 (0)712 800004

4) Volcanoes Safaris
Contact Person: Mr. Yusuf Muliima
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Tel: T (+256) (0) 414 346 464

5) Trek East Africa Safaris
Contact Person: Mr. Geoffrey Baluku
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Website: www.trekeastafrica.com
Tel: +256752975961 / +256702975961 /+256776975961

6) Global Interlink Travel Services Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. Mohit K. Advani
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Website: www.global-interlink.org
Tel: +256 (0)772 227722 / +256 (0)414 235233

7) Gorilla Trek Africa LTD
Plot 194 Mobuti Road, Kizungu Zone
Makindye - Kampala - Uganda
Mob: +256-782 186 562,  +256 392 834 606
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Website: http://www.gorillatrekafrica.com


8) Amazing Safaris
Contact: Mr Katembwe Abel
Tel: +256 772 407 147 / +256 712 407147
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9) Abacus African Vacations
Contact Person: Mr. Begumisa Robert
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Website: www.abacusvacations.com
Tel: +256 (0)414 232657 Fax: +256 (0)312 261930 Mobile: +256 (0)772331332

10) Churchill Safaris & Travel
Contact Person : Mrs. Ether Birungi
Kyambadde
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Website: www.churchillsafaris.com
Tel: 256 (0)772 671285

11) Asyanut Tours And Safaris
Contact Person: Mrs Babra Adoso
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Website: www.asyanuttours-safaris.com
Tel: +256 (0)414 503065 / +256 (0)756 000598

12) Bunyonyi Safaris Ltd -

Contact Person: Ms Charlotte Kamugisha
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Website: www.bunyonyi.com
Tel: +256 (0)414 347460 / +256772707311

13) African Pearl Safaris
Contact Person: Mr Azarias Baryaruha
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Website: www.africanpearlsafaris.com
Tel: +256 312260975

14) Africa's Great Exploration Safaris -

Contact Person Priscilla Butagira
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Website: www.agesafaris.com
Tel: +256 (0)414 662300
Mobile: +256(0)772 509600

15)Classic Africa Safaris
Contact Person Mel Gormley
Tel: +256 (0)414 320121 / +256 (0)772 642185
E-mail: classic@classicafricasafaris.travel

Website:www.classicuganda.com

16) Kazinga Tours Ltd
Contact Person Mr Felex Musinguzi
Tel: +256(0)486 435036 / Mobile: +256(0)772 552819
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Website: www.kazingatours.com

17) Matoke Tours
Contact Person: Mr Coen van der Heijden
Tel: +256 (0)751 057863 / Mobile: +256(0)782 374667
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Website: www.travel-uganda.net

18) Uganda Travel Bureau 2004 Ltd
Contact Person Ms Pearl Horeau
Tel: +256(0)312 232555 / Mobile: +256 (0)712 890369
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Website: www.utb.co.ug

19) Travelust African Safaris
Contact Person Mr. James Kateba
Tel: +256 (0)414 578209 / Mobile: +256 (0)772 419238
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Website: www.travelust.com

20) Stebar Safaris Ltd
Contact Person Mrs. Stella Rugunda
Tel: +256 (0)414 690884 / Mobile: +256 (0)701 396564
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Website: www.stebarsafaris.com

21) Brovad Tours & Travel
Contact Person - Rashid Kiyimba
Tel: +256 (0)414 237477 / Mobile: +256 (0)774 334655
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Website:www.gorillatoursuganda.com

22) AA Safaris And Tours Limited
Contact Person Tanah Hadijah
Tel: +256 (0)312 293534, Mobile: +256 (0)752 827492
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Website:www.adventureugandasafari.com

23) Great Lakes Safaris
P.O. Box 33024
Kampala, Uganda Mutungo Hill,
Plot 1001 block 243, Biina Road
Tel: 256-414-267153 / 256-772-6368/0782282791
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NB:
Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO)
Chairman Mr. Boniface Byamukama
Tel contact: +256704506338

Uganda Safari Guides Association (USAGA)
Chairman Mr. Herbert Byaruhanga
Tel contact: +256777912938

The Association of Uganda Travel Agencies (TUGATA)
Chairman Mr. Alfred Ofong
Tel contact: +0772313333

 

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