Meet Our Safari Guides
was born in Mukono and has lived there all his life even when he did his schooling and Higher education. He has continued to live in Mukono with his young family and soon he is expecting children.
Denis is friendly, helpful and has a good sense of humor. He is very easy going and gets on very well with people in general with his adaptable nature.
His hobbies include athletics that’s Marathons (when time allows) and football, which he follows passionately since he used to play at quite a high level at high school age.
Denis started guiding in 2009 on a part time basis in Agro tourism on a flower farm (Floriculture) in Mukono. Over the years he worked with different tour companies to gain experience and showed good leadership and also attained his professional guiding certificate from the Uganda Safari Guides
Association (USAGA). Denis’ intimate knowledge of Kampala area has been helpful in his role as guide and coordinator for many film crews hosted over the years. His extensive knowledge of Ugandan culture extremely polite and unhurried manner with guests makes him a popular choice of guide with many regular agents and clients.
Denis has guided many different levels and types of safaris over the years including some high profile clients, large groups and even camping and Rwenzori Mountain Climbing expeditions.He has put his passionate interest in wildlife and experience caring for clients together to become an excellent all round guide and is often chosen as the lead guide for larger safari groups.
A motivated and reliable person who believes in the highest standards of clients services combined with excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skills.
Mike holds a diploma in Electrical engineering from IEEC-Mengo. He has worked with a number of tour companies. He is flexible, cooperative and can work independently within a team. Mike enjoys traveling, making friends, and watching movies
Born on 17th May 1968 in the urban environs of Kampala city, I have grown up through the years seeing Uganda – the Pearl of Africa pass through the good and bad until it now when the present and the future seems to be in her favor. I am a married man with children and cherish friendship and being helpful to others.
I trained in Masai – Mara National Park from 1998 – 2000 after which I joined Safari guiding till now and have worked with a range of famous safari companies in East Africa. I have a broad expertise in wildlife guiding and culture. I am a down to earth person with considerable sense of maturity. I am a member of Uganda Tour Guides Association (UTAGA) and my hobbies include watching wildlife movies and listening to music. Currently i am a full time safari guide at Prime Safaris & Tours Ltd.
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