Fairer Tourism in Uganda

Today we’re talking about equitable and responsible tourism.

James Nadiope is the founder and CEO of The Justice Tourism Foundation in Uganda and their vision is of a world where tourism brings greater benefits for local communities which in turn can participate in terms of job creation, poverty reduction and environmental management.

It’s an incredible organisation and perhaps, this is what the future of tourism looks like in a world where the benefits are more evenly distributed.

Have a listen and let us know what you think…

We’ve been following James and the Justice Tourism Foundation for a while now and we are really loving watching the movement grow. 

Please do visit justicetourism.co.ug to find out more about the projects and experiences which they operate in Uganda and perhaps you could join them this year for a truly immersive and equitable tourism experience which will surely be the trip of a lifetime.

And you can learn more about Uganda and what it’s like during it’s low season months here.

But That’s our show for this week. Thanks as always, for your company, and if you enjoyed this podcast, please do leave us a positive rating and a review on your podcast app – it really helps…and also please do follow us on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn so you’ll be the first to hear our latest low season stories, articles and guides.

Have a great week and remember that travel is always better and fairer for the planet, the local communities and you the travellers, when it’s without the crowds…