HOW WE RIDE
Our accommodation is standard mid-range. A good bed with mosquito net, western toilets and warm showers are needed after a day in the saddle. We choose our favorite basecamps and scouted the best routes per basecamp.
We sleep multiple days per lodge or ‘basecamp’ and get to know the region, its people and its treasures.
The Pearl of Africa
Food is important. Western cuisine is combined with local touches to get the best of both worlds. We often serve buffets and your daily dose of carbohydrates via rice or pasta. Picture some chicken with a lentil stew, rice, cow peas, potatoes and a salad.
Trailfood consists of local fruits (banana, mango, pineapple) and cookies and other local gods are found along the way. Water is supplied in bottles and soda or bear can be found nearly anywhere.
Our routes are adjustable, from amateur to expert, and the options are endless. We can ride all day but can also take time for other activities.
We can adjust our rides and activities according to the need of the client – one might ride a marathon – one might ride a small loop and prefer an afternoon at the pool.
Western and local food
We have multiple guides per group, so don’t fear a speedy group pace or solely long-distance tracks. We experience Uganda together but don’t have to ride all together. We can perfectly split here and there and have many stories to tell during dinner afterwards.