Pearl Eco-safaris is a Ugandan Tours and Travel company carrying out Safaris throughout the East African region, aimed at creating Eco-itineraries built around client’s need, interest, and time frame: focusing on their interests; whether Gorillas Tracking, Chimp Tracking, Bird Watching, White water rafting, Mountaineering, Research, Homestead tourism tours. We get right to you with well trained and experienced guides, superior vehicles, professionalism and attention to detail with our passion to share knowledge and love for eco-wildlife; indeed Pearl Eco-safaris will give you that dream Eco-holiday you have been looking for.
We are inspired by the understanding that the surrounding people to Wildlife conservation Areas play a big role in Wildlife conservation and yet benefit little from Tourism revenue. Therefore 20% of company profit is allocated towards Eco-nature conservation awareness and poverty eradication in these communities.
To provide Ecological tourism services to both foreign and local tourists while ensuring maximum Wildlife quality and completeness.
To be the leading East African Tour Operator providing Eco-friendly and Eco-ethical tourism services that emphasize conserving the environment through raised participation of the Local People by boosting their Wildlife conservation efforts and initiative to eradicate poverty with the most ecologically experienced and professional guides.
To boost community awareness in Wildlife Conservation for them to appreciate the ecological, beauty and economical values of Nature conservation through local Eco-tourism, Participation in Decision making and Policy formulation.
Pearl Eco-Safaris, safari packages are personalized, pocket friendly and tailor made to fit our client’s time, pace and budget. They are educational, enriching, and responsible and community oriented. Our tour packages are but not limited to;
- Eco-Wildlife Safaris
- Eco-Gorilla tracking Safaris
- Eco-Chimpanzee tracking Safaris
- Eco-Primate Safaris
- Eco-Birding Safaris
- Eco-Community Safaris
- Eco-Mountaineering Safaris
- Eco-Educational Safaris
- Eco-Research Safaris
- Eco-Travel consultancy
The Director, KuleNason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in commerce. He worked for Uganda Wildlife Authority for 11 years in Lake Mburo National Park (1991 to 1993) and Queen Elizabeth National Park (1999 to 2007). His positions included Wildlife extension Ranger, Eco-Bird Research Assistant, Eco- Wildlife Resource Interpreter and Eco-Tourism Manager. In 2005, he won the title of the `Best Eco-Wildlife Interpreter of the year'. He enjoys an excellent command of the English language, strong sense of humor and analytical eye to detail. He is self-motivated, a team player with vast range of knowledge including Eco-culture, Bird Watching, Ecology and geology; and a wonderful rapport with visitors; above all he believes in community participation in nature conservation if wildlife conservation is to succeed.
Masereka Morris is our Head Guide. He worked in Queen Elizabeth national Park for 8 years (1995 to 2003) as chimp keeper and Eco-wildlife resource interpreter. He has specialized knowledge in Bird Watching, Ecology and trees and is well trained in Eco-wildlife resource interpretation. In Queen Elizabeth National Park he served as head Chimp keeper at Izinga Eco-Chimp Sanctuary and Head Tourism Guide. He is very in touch with Ugandan culture and knowledgeable about current affairs. He has traveled widely throughout East Africa guiding and driving for over 9 years. Masereka is fluent in spoken and written English.
Muthahinga Joel is the man to give you the Eco-stories and the jokes! Originally a teacher Joel enjoys command of the English language along with excellent knowledge in Eco-wildlife and wildlife resource interpretation. He spent 5 years working for Uganda Wildlife Authority as a Eco-Chimp guide at Kyambura river gorge in Queen Elizabeth national park (2000 to 2004). He is familiar with many Eco-habitats including savannah, forest, swamp and wetlands. Muthahinga has over 7years’ experience Eco-Safari guiding throughout East Africa.