PIONEER MEDICAL TOURSAND
8 DAYS TOUR PACKAGE
10-15 PAX NUMBER OFDAYS DESTINATION PRICE PER PERSON
BUDGET 8 DAYS UGANDA USD $ 900
MID-RANGE 8DAYS UGANDA USD $ 1,100
LUXURY 8DAYS UGANDA USD $ 1,600
We include the following:
Car with FUEL and a driver a guide
Soft drink on the bus /bottle of mineral water.
All meal on the budget.
We will not include:
Or medical feel in case of any medical condition
NOTE: You are request to carry with you identity cards or passports
We do not take care of Visa and air tickets on this price
Day 1: Entebbe-Kampala
On arrival at Entebbe airport, you will be met by a tours guide and transfer to your hotel in
Kampala. Where your will send your leisure dinner and over night, landmark view hotel or
Your tours guide will meet you at your hotel after breakfast to start your Uganda farming and
agro tours. You will drive East to Jinja via Kayunga where you will visit pineapple organic
farms/farmers growing papaya, Banana (matooke), coffee, while here you will have a taste of
fresh fruit straight from the field, the farmers will share their stories/experience and demonstrate
their methods of farming. After that you will drive on visiting the Lugaze tea plantations on the
DAY THREE: TRANSFER TO JINJA. En-route
Farming has attracted several tourists to Uganda over time and especially agricultural experts
seeking for knowledge and introducing new technologies in Uganda and research. We organize
tailor made Uganda farming and agro tours to farms and plantations both for sightseeing and for
shopping to get fresh produce. The acres plains covered by beautiful produce offer scenic views
Explore Uganda enjoying superb farm hospitality of the people, food and drinks with African
flare and charm! From coffee plantations in Villages, Tea growers, Ankole cattle heards,
forestry, fruit like pineapple, mango, oranges and Matooke, see the various Banana species in
Uganda – don‟t miss one of our most popular tours!
Uganda Tea Corporation Limited (UTCL) has been a leading tea producer and exporter in
Uganda for over 20 years. It has three
estates with its headquarters at Kasaku
near Lugazi. Kasaku is about 48 Km
from Kampala and 40 Km from Jinja.
From a mere 200,000 kilos of tea
production per annum in the early 1980's,
to the currently increasing production of
over 3.5 Million kilos of tea per annum, the company's growth is due to its committed work force
and sound industry practices.
UTCL is also one of the leading corporations in the private sector in Uganda contributing more
than 10% of Uganda's national tea production. About 80% of the company's production is
exported, earning valuable foreign exchange for the country.
With three production lines at one of the factories running at full capacity, the company is in the
process of upgrading facilities and equipment - which is expected to immensely increase the
TRANSFER TO KAYUNGA AND PROCEED TO JINJA.
We shall visit the cattle farmer and see cattle including cows, goat‟s sheep, and poultry.
You will stop in Mabira Forest for a picnic Lunch after a guided tour of this tropical forest. After
Lunch you will drive on to Jinja to se the source of the mighty Nile River and Bujagali falls.
Dinner and overnight at Jinja Nile Resort (High end/Luxurious accommodation or Kingfisher or
similar (Medium accommodation). Full Board
DAY FOUR : Enjoy rafting, passive participation
Nile River Explorers welcomes you to Uganda, the spectacular White Nile and East Africa's Adventure
Capital, Jinja, home to some of the world's finest grade 5 white water rafting as well as an array of other
Whether you are a first-timer, family or high adventure enthusiast, you’ll find your perfect white water
adventure here with Nile River Explorers.
Nile River Explorers isn't just about white water, when it comes to Jinja and the Source of the Nile, there
is so much more. In addition to rafting and kayaking, we offer a wide range of river and riverbank
adventure activities as well as accommodation in Jinja and safaris around Uganda.
Forget the guide books, if you want up to date information on Jinja and beyond look no further. This is
the Source of the Nile, the source of adventure, the source of excitement and information.
DAY FIVE: matooke AND More local gardens around jinja, include factories
Matooke flours properties have strong market appeal
Good starch properties: Good composite for wheat/raw material for non-wheat bakery products,
good consistence for, soups, porridges, as binder in confectionery etc. Resistant to swelling-very
We will be amazed various types of banana some of which is used as food when it is roasted,
others can be used to make local beer and juice and a lot more things like baking flour .
DAY SIX Kila farm tour
Kira Farm Development Centre (KFDC) is a unique facility set in 22-acres of fertile Ugandan
land. Through Kira Farm, Amigos is able to equip and train some of Uganda‟s most vulnerable
young people by enabling them to become self-sustainable and restoring dignity and hope to
their lives. Kira Farm is a beacon training centre, modelling the effective and sustainable use of
Uganda‟s natural resources. For more information on our farming methods, visit
Each January around 30 young people land on Kira Farm. Predominantly from the north of
Uganda, these young people have been dramatically affected by conflict and poverty. Although
many have access to land, they have not been taught sustainable farming methods and have no
means of financially supporting themselves.
DAY SEVEN ENJOY African Traditional entertainment
Uganda has both the youngest population in the world and the highest rates of youth
unemployment (83% of 18-25 year olds in Uganda are unemployed). 1 in 4 Ugandans do not
complete their secondary education. This is the devastating situation facing Uganda‟s youth.
Amigos believes that, working together, we can reverse this tide and see the young people of
Uganda living in financial freedom and with their hope and dignity restored for life.
During a 12-month residential course, students at Kira Farm learn innovative and creative
farming methods alongside individual vocational training. Chicken, fish and goat husbandry are
taught as small rural projects, alongside optional training courses in skills such as Horticulture,
Livestock, Tailoring, Cookery, Health & Hygiene, Construction and Hair & Beauty. The
teaching focusses on “do-able” village-style models with an on-going chunk of the year being „in
the field‟ with innovative crop growing methods always at the centre of the programme. Upon
complementation of their course, each student is given the opportunity to acquire the relevant
tools of their trade, farming equipment and seeds through micro-financing. This enables each
student to return to their community self-sustainable and to become financially free.
DAY EIGHT : Kampala city tour and departure depend on flight.
Return to Kampala and go for city tour where you will visit Kasubi Tombs, which are the
traditional burial grounds of Buganda kings, Namirembe and Rubaga cathedrals. The
Namugongo martyrs shrine (famous for the execution of Christians in 1886 by Kabaka
Mwanga the King of Buganda then), Kabaka's lake which is a man made lake, Makerere
University, the Bahai temple which is famous for its architectural design, Kibuli Mosque,
and the Uganda Museum, Craft Village, Kampala Taxi Park famous for its organized
chaos and the Nakasero Market famous for its
PIONEER MEDICAL TOURS AND WILDLIFE SAFARIS
P.o Box 228,
Kansanga, Gaba Road, Kla, Uganda.
Telephone: +256 783 080 596, +256 701 868 347
+256 700 510 648