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Tailormade Uganda's Magnificent Primates TMUG2
We have over 30 years’ experience of taking pioneering travellers on unique adventures. So, when it comes to planning and operating your tailor-made holiday, it is fair to say you are travelling in safe hands. When Explore was founded, the ethos was to provide holidays that travelled in a responsible manner and got beneath the surface of the destination, proving holidays could be thought provoking and good fun.
Our tailor-made specialists have lived and travelled extensively in each of the countries we visit. They will happily share their expert local knowledge with you, offering their personal advice on the best places to go, how to get there, where to stay, how to get around, and even the best times of year to visit.
Explore Tailormade do not own any hotels or overseas ground suppliers. Therefore the advice you receive when designing an itinerary is 100% impartial. Any properties or services that we suggest are recommended purely on merit.
Explore Tailormade aims to offer the best service and knowledge available in the travel industry. For this reason we ensure that our specialists travel frequently to the countries we sell, so that they are able to inform you about all of the latest developments within a country, and their best up-to-date travel tips and hidden highlights.
Our tailor-made experts have lots of creative ideas about places to visit, where to stay, and things that simply shouldn’t be missed. They will happily go through all the different travel options to suit your individual requests; or if you need inspiration, they can run you through some already suggested itineraries to show you what others have booked.
Responsible travel is - and always has been - one of the driving principles of Explore. We care deeply about travelling in a way that positively impacts the people and places we visit.
There is no doubt that travel can bring many benefits to the traveller and the countries visited, such as learning about different cultures and contributing to the local economy. Sometimes however, the impact can be negative - local people may be exploited, and their environment damaged for instance. It is therefore essential that we do everything possible to eliminate the negative impacts of tourism and travel as responsibly as possible.