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RunguTours in the media

RunguTours is in the news, regularly

On this page you find an overviwe of articles aboout RunguTours in the media.


RunguTours mede-organisator en uitvoerder van golf-reis in Oeganda

The Weebale Foundation has initiated a golf tour in Uganda.This trip attempts to combine the pleasant with the useful. A part of the fee will be spent on a project for clean drinking water in the village Katete-Kikwayi, near Mukono, some 25 km east of Kampala. RunguTours facilitates the trip. The glossy magazine Golf & Lifestyle takes care of the publicity.

Read the article in Golf & Lifestyle


Uganda in AD Magazine

On May 31st an article appearde in the Weekend Magazine of the ntional newspaper Algemeen Dagblad. It was written by two journalists (a writing journalist and a photographer) who travelled to and in Uganda with RunguTours.

 

Read the article in AD Magazine


In the footsteps of the of the great 19th-century explorers
The bakers trail

RunguTours is a partner with the American explorer expedition Julian Monroe Fisher, who follows in the footsteps of the great British explorers Samuel Baker and his wife Lady Florence Baker. In 1861 they went looking for Lake Albert in Uganda. After a hike of 4 years they found the Lake in 1864.

Monroe Fisher has, along with David Baker, the great-great-great-grandson of Samuel and Florence Baker, expelled a trail that follows the footsteps of these great explorers. In 2014 it is 150 years ago. On the occasion, Monroe Fisher followed closely the footsteps of the Bakers, mapped the rails and placed markers (see also www.thebakertrail.com).

This trail is suited for adventure travelers to do parts of it on foot or on mountain bike.

The bakers trail