Tours in Uganda for disabled people
Kisoro Tours Uganda organizes safaris for disabled people, elderly and those with other limited mobility, no matter how limited mobility you have we shall make you dream of going for safari in Africa come true, Kisoro Tours Uganda has different safari options for people with disabilities and elderly people, the only thing you need now is to make a decision to go on safari in Uganda because it’s now very easy than charting with a friend because we have all the information you need to help in planning and make your itinerary for the tours in Uganda for disabled people, just reach out to our experts in making tour for people with disabilities, If you are planning a trip to Africa and you have a friend with a special needs or a family who is disabled or elderly, you no longer have to worry to do with them when you go with while on Uganda safari because there are a number of things to do on Uganda safari for disabled people, just inform us during the planning process and we shall make sure all that is needed to your trip comfortable is put in consideration.
Let us know your needs to help us do the assessment of how to plan your tour.
This is to say that not all disabled people or people with special needs have the same needs because this is a different levels of disabilities for different individuals that is why we always need to know your unique situation as you contact us for tours in Uganda for disabled people, talking from my past experience with different travelers that are disabled and elderly’s, the truth is that they do not have the same requirements.
Kisoro tours offer a variety of safaris in Uganda for disabled people to multiple safari locations ranging from 2day safaris to any number of days for people with different special needs and the elderly’s, all our safaris can be tailor-made to suit your needs and they can departure any day through the year.
In Uganda, there is an increasing number of people with disabilities enquiring about possible safaris in Uganda, Kisoro Tours is always at your disposal for any information you may need whether you require the use of a manual wheelchair, permanently confined to a power chair, a cane or a walker, this means that it is very important when planning your trip to Uganda to first ensure that your needs can be accommodated every step throughout the safari, this includes the vehicles that are going to used and accommodation facilities to be used in all destinations.
Most lodges and hotels in Uganda do not have wheelchairs that can be accessible to bathrooms so it is important sometimes to be somehow flexible, depending on the location sometimes bathing can be the biggest adjustment for travelers most coming from Europe at some point Bed or bucket baths may be the only thing available so that’s why we advise those who need to caretake to let us know or come with someone you may feel more comfortable with to assist you.
We also advise you to make sure that the tour operator working on your safari knows your needs starting from airlines so that they are aware of your specific needs for easy planning. During the planning stage, it’s very important to assess your personal health needs and let the tour operator working on your safari know.
What is the safari experience for disabled people?
After taking you through the whole information you need to know and helping you in planning a safari to Uganda so now that you know what to expect as a disabled tourist in Uganda, most tourists start their safari on day one when they arrive in their safari destination country, some tour operators will give a day to recover from all the traveling other will start on the first day and drive straight away to the national parks but others will want to use the first day for a briefing on what to expect on the trip your about to start and also check if you have all things you for the trip and if there is anything that is missing you can get it before you start the trip.
In normal circumstances, safaris sometimes require you to start early and sometimes end late through your individual itinerary but for the elderly and for people with disabilities we can always find ways of adjusting some of the activities based on your wants and needs.
For example, gorilla tracking is normally done in the early morning, and also morning game drive in savannah national parks is usually done in the morning and evening hours because it is the best time when different wildlife is active when the temperatures are down, game drives in Africa can last for a few hours depending on the time you have and also based on your needs.
For more about, Tours in Uganda for disabled people, you can reach us at email@example.com or call us at +256785790925 also on WhatsApp for the information you may need or a free quote