Take A Trek to Uganda, Africa!
Enjoy a trip of a lifetime while supporting UDI’s outreach programs!
Visit our Schools for a firsthand look at the progress we are making, meet the children, pick coffee beans on the farm, enjoy the beauty!
UDI is very interested in the success of the Ecological Economy of Uganda and the world. Education creates generations who see beyond their immediate needs and into a more productive future! Our goal is to teach Sustainable Living practices that protect the natural beauty in Uganda as well as the wonderful culture that exists there.
Uganda is a land of incredible beauty with National Parks, astounding waterfalls, the Bwindi Impenetrable National Forest, which houses the mountain Gorillas, and much more. Winston Churchill called Uganda "The Pearl of Africa". Despite its difficulties, beauty still exists and bio tourism is part of our Educational Plan.
Visit Uganda - The Pearl of Africa
Listed among the top 10 destinations to visit in 2013 by National Geographic!
Uganda is a place where Savannah meets the vast East African lakes and where snow-capped mountains bear down on sprawling jungles
Is home to half of the world’s surviving mountain gorillas and blessed with half of Africa’s bird species.. Kanungu is a great base for trekking the highly endangered Mountain Gorillas
Is fortunate to harbor Lake Victoria, the second largest lake in the world forming the source of the Nile, the second largest river in the world.
Situated within an hour’s drive of the Bwindi National Forest, Kanungu is a great base for trekking the fast- disappearing mountain gorillas, which lives in the Forest. It is also a mere 2-hour drive away from Queen Elizabeth National Park, home to elephants, lions, hippos, crocodiles, the rare tree-climbing lions and literally hundreds of species of birds.
In addition, you can explore other nearby wonders including:
Lake Bunyonyi – one of Africa’s deepest lakes where you can enjoy hiking and canoe trips surrounded by birds and butterflies.
Lake Mburo, for an overnight to view zebras and additional wildlife
Kibale Forest Jungle, home of Chimpanzees and other primates
Teaching Opportunities - Looking for an exciting experience?
Volunteer to join us in helping to build the Institute of Science Education!
Your efforts will assist us as you bear witness to the fruits of our labors while teaching and enjoying the beauty of wild Uganda!
Once the Institute of Science Education is operational and staffed by Ugandan professors, there will be opportunities for visiting scientists, teachers and students from the United States to time in Kanungu to consult with professors and
Facts about Uganda Trade Efforts
Uganda's major exports are coffee, tea, cotton and tobacco.
Major imports are petroleum products, machinery, cotton piece goods, metals, and food.
The main buyers of Uganda's export products are the U.S., the U.K., France and Spain
The major sellers of Uganda's imports are Kenya, the U.K. and Japan.