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Using Cashless Tourism system in Uganda-Prime Uganda Safaris

Cashless Tourism systemUganda safaris are bound to improve due to the introduction of the cashless system which is to enable Visitors who are to visit the National Parks to be able to make the payments centrally with a system which is easily and carefully monitored and controlled.
The system will be controlled with the wildlife card, which the tourists will use as cash debit cards in order to pay National Park fees and other expenses which are incurred while on a safari in Uganda. This system is said to promote and also increase tourist numbers since they are served the burden of moving with money.
This credit card which has a microchip inside is to be used by Uganda Wildlife Authority to load Gorilla Trekking details and electronic cash payments for the tourist activities in the main National Parks, which include; Queen Elizabeth, Bwindi Impenetrable, Lake Mburo, Kibale and Murchison Falls National Parks. This system will help in increasing safaris to Uganda since its kinder cheaper to use the credit card.
In order to improve the operation of safaris in Uganda, the system will help to collect important key data, which transfers the received data automatically to the central database which then generates statistics and reports for use. The system can also help in purchasing gift items and other items which the tourists would want to buy while on the trip.
The initiative would also help to improve on security of the tourists especially those on their safaris with in Uganda, and also those who are not interested in carrying big amounts of cash while on the tour visits. The security of the gate keepers will be improved since the issue of keeping big amounts of cash will be changed.
The details got from the tourists using the credit card will help to enhance customer service delivery and also to promote customer relationships which will in turn help to increase safari visits to Uganda.

 Uganda Safaris/ Uganda Safari News

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