This Tour Is Offered By
- Office In:
- 1-5 employees (Founded in 2015)
- Member Of:
- Uganda Tourism Board
- Tour Types:
- Custom budget & mid-range tours that can start every day
Twist Africa is committed to professionalism in all facets of designing and enacting your African adventure. Our polyglot and diverse stakeholders include women and men, young and mature, locals and expats to provide a broad perspective on client needs and interests. We are guided by our passion and pride in what we do. We hope to provide our customers with a unique adventure experience for years to come.
If you are planning to have a tour don't hesitate using Twist Africa.
There quick on replying customers and their services are worth every penny and time.
Our trip was an amazing experience with the help of Ben who was our safari guide.
Thanks for taking care of us
The entire trip was worth it. Twist Africa delivered beyond my expectation... Communication was great. This trip gave me an opportunity to see Uganda from a different perspective.
Amazing Gorilla Trekking Experience
We booked our Gorilla permits through twist Africa they were fast and easy to work with.
Goethe picked us from out accomodation and drove us to our lodge in bwindi. He was extremely experience d and informative and we felt completely safe.
Twist Africa is a very organized company and I hope to do more safaris with them on my next visits.
super awesome it was so enjoyable
The gorilla tracking was great. Everything was well arranged in advance and kept good contact via the mail about booking,the treacking and our experiences!!
Amazing gorilla experience with Twist Africa Safaris
The trekking can be hard work depending on which Gorilla family group you are allocated you can hike 5 to 7 hours but is totally worth it. To be in such close proximity to a silverback is a wonderful experience and watching the youngsters play around is very entertaining.
Our guide George was knowledgeable and kept the group in good spirits.
Top tips (a) wear gardening gloves (you will be grabbing plenty of branches etc for balance and pushing through the undergrowth)
(b) use a walking pole (again for balance, particularly on the steep down slopes; and (c) hire a porter - members of the local community will carry your bag and generally help you through the trek. The minimum cost is $15 (you can pay more if you like) and helps provide a source of employment to them.i would like to do visit more groups at Bwindi impenetrable national Park on my next visit to Uganda