schools volunteering trips to Uganda, We work with you to tailor a trip to your budget and schedule and to the needs of your students and their learning objectives. We take the stress from the process so that you can enjoy the ride and the rewards of this adventure.On schools volunteering trips to Uganda students will gain confidence and leadership skills, whilst interaction with students of the host country will enhance their understanding and awareness of differing cultures. They also learn an important lesson that on the whole, their lives are far more comfortable than those of their African counterparts, and they come to realise that people that are not so well off, deserve our compassion and support.School Trip Presentations An important aspect of our service is that we support schools in the lead up to a trip and during the decision making the process. We visit the school to provide a slide presentation and Q & A session. This way you have a far better understanding of the planning process, as well as the assurance of having met our expert panel that you will have a fantastic trip with Sandfield Travel.Contact us to help you arrange a life-changing trip for you and your students.
DAY 1: ARRIVE
schools volunteering trips to Uganda
On arrival at Entebbe International Airport, a sandfieldTravel representative will pick you up from the airport and take you to your accommodation in Kampala. You can exchange money, rest, and have dinner at your accommodation.( if arriving in morning then you will head straight to mityana)
DAY 2: MITYANA
Travel to Mityana, where you will be based for building project. In the afternoon, you will check-in to your hostel and be taken to the project (hospital, orphanage, school, etc.) and introduced to the staff or villagers. You will return to your accommodation for dinner.
DAY 3 – 8: PROJECT
Breakfast, travel to the project. Spend the whole day there and packed lunch will be provided and then back to the accommodation in the evening
DAY 9: MURCHISON FALLS NATIONAL PARK
You are about to experience Africa natural wonders as you head off to Murchison Falls National Park in the northwestern part of Uganda. There is an amazing list of wildlife to see. You will stop for lunch in Masindi town. After lunch, you will continue to your accommodation and have a short game drive (if time allows).
DAY 10: GAME DRIVE AND BOAT TRIP
You will do an early morning game drive, a good time to see the predators. Other animals to see in this park are warthog, hyena, giraffe, elephant, Uganda kob, waterbuck, bushbuck, water buffalos, and many more. This game drive will last a minimum of 4 hours; you can choose whether or not to have your breakfast packed before you leave for the game drive or have it when you come back from the game drive. Be back to your accommodation in time to freshen up and have lunch. You will then go for the boat launch, which starts at Paara Loadge at exactly 2:00pm, taking you to the foot of Murchison Falls. This boat trip will enable you to see hippos, crocodiles, and exotic birds.
DAY 11: KAMPALA
This day, you will have a relaxed breakfast before returning to Kampala. You will go to the top of the falls on your way out of the park. You have your lunch on the way back and return to Kampala in the early evening. Dinner will be at your accommodation.
Depart back home
From £800 per person
From £800 per person for a group of 6 (if more than 8 people contact us for special rates). Cost is based on per person sharing a double room.
A combination of cross-cultural interaction leads to students to learn more about other people’s culture and learn to tolerate. This trip will allow your students learn basic skills in communication, teamwork as they will be involved in helping painting an orphanage school refurbishing classroom and sharing their home stories with the African school counterparts.
Valid for travel: Throughout the year. Terms and conditions apply.
The Cost Includes: Accommodation, Guide/Driver, 3 meals a day, entry fees, Bottled water, airport transfers and transport in 4WD.