Our Projects

Conservation and Community support

We Engagi Safaris understand the importance of being pro-active in supporting effective organizations and conservation projects in order to preserve our wildlife and habitats for future generations.
Safari travel is playing one of the most important riles in conservation right now. One of the ways that wildlife and habitats can be preserved is through expanding areas under formal protection and these are often funded by successful tourism initiatives.
Did you know that 20% of your gorilla permit fee goes to supporting the surrounding communities?
On our tours, we use local guides and Ugandan owned lodges where possible to encourage as Many funds from your tour go back into the communities.
We include activities on our tours that promote community development.
These can be village walks, cultural performances, buying local souvenirs from local craft shops and by following eco-friendly and sustainable principles as much as we can while on safari.
We are working on several initiatives and projects to help the communities and also working on ways that we and make our future tours more eco-friendly and sustainable.
Please keep an eye on our website and social media pages to keep up to date with our progress.
We are excited to partner and work with two community and conservation projects which we are passionate about. These are the Happy Girls project, The Ugandan Bee Project and The Little Angels Uganda, both are based in the southwest Uganda areas where our tour company originates.