The Real Uganda (Pt.2) – Story of a Volunteering Organisation

The Real Uganda (Pt.2) – Story of a Volunteering Organisation

*This is a 2 part article. Read the first part here. Vishnu Rajamanickam | What strikes volunteers who move to Uganda is how different life in Uganda is, as compared to living in Europe or North America. “If you have lived long enough in Europe, you will notice that life there is very individualistic,” says […]

The Real Uganda (Pt.1)- Story of a Volunteering Organisation

The Real Uganda (Pt.1)- Story of a Volunteering Organisation

Vishnu Rajamanickam | Uganda, the country tucked in the depths of East Africa holds a variety of flora and fauna, alongside a flourishing community with social values so unique that it might sound alien to the far more technologically advanced Western civilization. But, people in Uganda move on with their daily routine, oblivious to neo-consumeristic […]

Tribalism: The different Cultures of Kenya

Tribalism: The different Cultures of Kenya

Marloes Elbertsen | Kenya has 42 different official tribes. Imagine your country with 42 different religions and cultures. Everything has to do with it. No decision is made without having tribalism on the back of your head. Not the small ones like “Where do I buy my vegetables?” and not the bigger ones like “Who […]

Interview with Chris Austria – Wildlife, Travel, Photography & more!

Interview with Chris Austria – Wildlife, Travel, Photography & more!

  Marloes Elbertsen | Wildlife Conservation | At the Uganda Wildlife Education Center, we are meeting with Mr. Chris Austria to talk about his passion for wildlife, conservation but most of all photography. Do not hesitate to take a tour onto his website!

The History of African Safari Travels

The History of African Safari Travels

Marloes Elbertsen | In early human history, there already was a deep connection between the Arabic and African cultures, still leaving its footprint in different places around the African continent. Think about Lamu, Mombasa and Zanzibar where most of the population is Arabic. Or what about the Middle East? A high number of their citizens […]

Introduction to Safarisharing

Introduction to Safarisharing

Marloes Elbertsen | Do you ever run into something and just know you found the solution to an issue nobody has thought of yet? The perfect idea for a new company? Man, if you would sell that idea there would probably be a line so long it would make the Apple store look like a […]

Interview with a Conservation Expert in Uganda

Interview with a Conservation Expert in Uganda

Ms. Anne-Marie Weeden General Manager at Uganda Conservation Foundation “I love Uganda. It’s the sort of variety. Little or large, big or small. Whatever it is, there is beauty in every detail and Uganda has got an incredibly rich variety of detail.”

Join your fellow travellers!

Join your fellow travellers!

Have you ever thought about going on a safari, but you cannot find the right buddies to travel with? Safarisharing is there to help by fusing the perfect combo of innovation and travel. We aim to connect like-minded travellers to find the perfect safari deal, to travel together and to share the beauty of Africa. […]