When you see experiential travel, what comes in your mind? Experience? You are right!
Travel is all about experience, but when you immerse yourself deeper into the history, wildlife, culture, and people of a destination, you qualify from a simple traveler to an experiential traveler. Experiential travel is more than just ticking off what’s on your bucket list, but getting into more detail of what a destination has got to offer.
Adventure Consults has been offering some of the most personalized safari holidays on earth for close to two decades. As part of our bespoke safari experiences, we have gone beyond ordinary safari trips to packages that involve wildlife research and travelers get to understand the health as well as other conservation aspects that impact on animal survival.
Whereas our ordinary Gorilla tracking, chimpanzee tracking and Big5 safaris are first priority to most travelers, experiential travel, takes you into the details of primate habituation experiences and get to understand step-by-step processes wildlife authority staff go through to ensure these amazing animals to get used to people. You will go on a predator research experience, learn how to use a telemetry, locate different lion prides and be a researcher for the day.
Uganda and Rwanda have got the most amazing photography opportunities. We have partnered with worldclass photographers to conduct and guide photography workshops.
Our Mountaineering specialist guides, will take you to the highest peaks of Rwenzori mountains, hike the Virunga volcanoes and descend to the lowest points of the great lakes’ region in the semuliki valley.
Have a day’s adventure to the Batwa and learn the history and lifestyle of the oldest surviving indigenous people on earth.
Visit Nyamirambo Women’s Center, a community-based tour in Kigali, and have an insight into the every-day life and challenges, social events, and businesses of these amazing ladies. Participate in cooking and weaving lessons plus a lot more.
Adventure Consults experiential travel or what you may call special interest holidays is a unique approach of exploring hidden treasures of Uganda and Rwanda.