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MS Safaris Eyes Tourists from Germany, Austria and Poland

Tuesday, 12th June 2018
A Herd of Elephants in one of Uganda's National Parks (Photo: MS Safaris)
Mr. Samuel Masembe, Managing Director, MS Safaris, has pledged to work closely with the Uganda Embassy in Berlin, Germany to promote Uganda as a travel destination for Germans, Austrians and Poles to discover for themselves the exciting adventures that the country has to offer. He said this while sharing information with Embassy staff about MS Safaris, a Ugandan based tour company that specialises in arranging tour packages for tourists mainly from Germany, Austria and Poland.

He said Uganda offers many destinations with an array of activities awaiting international and local tourists. There are a number of Uganda's pristine destinations which are a must see by visitors to Uganda. These include Kigezi in Southwest Uganda referred to as 'Switzerland of Africa' because of its scenic landscapes and weather, the Virunga volcanoes in south-western Uganda, and the Rwenzori Ranges. The Rwenzori, at 5,109 metres above sea level, is permanently snow-capped, a rare global condition on the Equator. Uganda is home to the source of the longest river in the world - The Nile!

Mr. Masembe said that MS Safaris arranges trips for tourists around Uganda's network of ten national parks protecting a wide range of flora and fauna. These national parks are managed by the Uganda Wildlife Authority and range from forest parks to savanna parks. He added that there are lots of things to see in each park as well as adventure activities to undertake.

Uganda's Forest Parks include the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park protecting mountain gorillas, Mgahinga National Park and Kibale Forest National Park, the best place to track chimpanzees in Uganda. The Savanna Parks include the Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Semuliki National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park and Lake Mburo National Park. The Mountain Parks include the Rwenzori National Park and Mount Elgon National Park

The Embassy staff on their part pledged to work towards promoting Uganda as an attractive and sustainable tourist destination. The Embassy promised to source for scholarships for courses relevant to the tourism sector and to encourage potential investors, in its areas of accreditation, to consider investing in the tourism sector. 

Tourism is Uganda's number one foreign exchange earner, contributing about 10% of the country's GDP and 23% of her exports. It is also one of biggest employers in the country.

Ms Safaris, can be contacted through telephone numbers +256785068131 (WhatsApp), +256703747068 and Email address:

The company offers the following services: 
  • Hotel bookings 
  • Airport Picks ups and drops
  • Safari Trips
  • Gorilla Tracking 
  • Water Rafting
  • Kampala Tours 

Source: Uganda Embassy, Berlin