Advancement in our society should never lead to the deterioration of our world. Creating positive social impact through tourism is the very reason this social enterprise is founded

Authentic Ugandan experience social impact

Strive to do good

Authentic Ugandan Experience is on the mission to enhance the livelihoods at local communities across Uganda. By introducing them to sustainable & community based tourism. We bring out the best local experiences and surface them to the world through our website. On the other hand, we also showcase the local artisans work in the SHOP LOCAL area

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Promoting Sustainable and community based tourism

What is sustainable tourism?

Sustainable tourism is a kind of tourism that develops in a fair and equitable manner for host communities, both human and natural.

What is Community based tourism?

Community based tourism is a form of tourism that takes environmental, social and cultural sustainability into account. It is managed and owned by the community, for the community, with the purpose of enabling visitors to increase their awareness and learn about the community and local ways of life.


How we come up with our listings

We work closely with the Community Based Organizations, Youth and women’s groups to establish a clear set of expectations and standards in our endeavors. The principles of our development work is backed by well-researched guidelines from the sustainable tourism guidelines. Authentic Ugandan Experience only works with communities that have mutual understanding in what we do. In return, we make a responsible decision to manage their carrying capacity, ensuring that their livelihoods are undisturbed.

Conduct a destination assessment.

Meet the locals and set expectations.

Bring out their best and let them shine.

Generate interest and soft launch.

Eat Local

Eat Local is a food movement that focuses on clean, locally prepared food that tastes good without harming the environment or your health. Eat Local encourages consumers to shop local and make eating a shared, social event. You may want to get involved in the Eat Local experience to cut down on fast food and be more informed on where your food comes from and how it is prepared. To get started, you can make changes to your food buying habits and your diet. You can also adjust your lifestyle and join a local family

Green home stays.

Green Homestay is a popular form of hospitality and lodging whereby visitors sleep at the residence of a local of the city to which they are traveling. The length of stay can vary from one night to over a year and can be free, in exchange for monetary compensation, in exchange for a stay at the guest’s property either simultaneously or at another time (home exchange), or in exchange for housekeeping or work on the host’s property. Homestays are examples of collaborative consumption and sharing. In cases where money is not exchanged in return for lodging, they are examples of a barter economy or gift economy. Farm stays are a type of a homestay, in which the visitor stays on a working farm.