The institute offers skills training to people who provide services in various fields of tourism and Hospitality. Skills include Nature Guiding, Culture Guiding Customers care and service
Provision of consultancy services focuses on supporting businesses in the tourism industry to develop and manage their businesses. Including strategic and business plans, Monitoring and Evaluation
The institute develops and manages projects along the tourism value chain. Projects are focused to green tourism and improvement of livelihoods
Tourism Skilling Institute
African Institute of Tourism and Field Guiding was established to offer Skilling Training, Consultancy and Project Development and Management in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry. The institute operates within the East African region. The best consultants within each field are sourced to ensure that clients and Students get the best service.
To be the premier tourism institute in Africa by demonstrating sustainable tourism and offering an unmatched wider range of unique tourism consultancy services that exceed the competition
To Work as a professional unified team contributing to tourism growth by providing the necessary experience, knowledge and skills for tourism advancement and excellence.
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International Conference for Women Birders
The International Conference for Women Birders (IC4WB) gives us time to recognize the women’s participation in tourism particularly nature and bird guiding, appreciate the efforts of women from around the world who have been engaging nature through birds and bird watching
Bird Uganda Safaris offers a range of professional and memorable safaris that include birding safaris, gorillas and birds, mammal tours, butterfly tours, student tours and a mix of culture and wildlife adventures. With the company’s expertise and Herbert’s leadership, you can be sure of an unforgettable and authentic experience while exploring Uganda’s rich avifauna and other wildlife